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Mother - Plunderphonic - Plunderphonic

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  1. Plunderphonics is a cultural paradox, one of the only truly underground musical phenomena to emerge in the latter quarter of the 20th century ("This art is more radical in its social and political associations than the introduction of the electric guitar"), yet featuring some of the world's most recognizable music imbedded in novel constellations of sonic diversity by John Oswald.
  2. Sep 22,  · Borbetomagus Songs Our MOther Taught Us () Joseph Jarman Song For () Cato Salsa Experience & The Thing with Joe Mcphee Two Bands and a Legend () Kousokuya with Masayoshi Urabe The Dark Spot () Masahiko Togashi Quartet We Now Create () Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble The Malcolm X Memorial (A Tribute in Music.
  3. Sep 07,  · 69/96 is perhaps the definitive set of John Oswald's experimental Plunderphonics, a two-disc retrospective covering most of his most famous and often brilliant work, from the entireity of the ultra rare Electrax (or Rubiyat, as Electra renamed it) EP to selections from Plexure, Grayfolded, the original (and highly illegal) Plunderphonics CD /5(12).
  4. Jul 07,  · What it lacks in memorability it makes up for in the sheer joyousness of its disruptive power. Throw a little discord into your pre-packaged day/5(3).
  5. Oswald declared during an interwiew in "The definition I'd set up for plunderphonic was music that was recognisable in some way, and the transformation of that music. I think the most successful examples use music that is the most recognisable. It's more delightful to me to have these pop figures, and by pop I also include Beethoven, as.
  6. Discosphere, a retrospective of dance soundtracks, was released in followed by Plexure, the third album of the Plunderphonic series. A retrospective CD box set of Plunderphonic works has been called “mind-numbingly amazing” by Peter Kenneth in Rolling Stone, and made Spin Magazine‘s Top 10 .

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