Friday, April 29, 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

We Prefer Zeal Over Talent

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Non-robotic landscapes

"I thought my forte was to make the synthesizer as human, as flexible, and organic as possible. That was my goal with 'Echoes' and even more so with 'Words of a Mountain.' I also thought genuine funk had nothing to do with robotic quantizing. This is precisely what we tried to demonstrate with Compass Point and Level 42. As dynamic and creative as dance and electronic music might have been, I never felt I belonged to the genre. It really obliterates the rest of us electronic musicians who are painters of non-robotic landscapes. It's a real drag."

-- Wally Badarou, to Wax Poetics (Jan/Feb 2011)

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

SF Outtakes

 Kelley Stoltz
 Ty Segall
 Tim Cohen
 Noel Von Harmonson and Matt Hartman
 Royal Baths
The Grateful Dead House

Protect-U/Bluebrain/Painted Face