Out now, my newest with Tyler Weaver is pure ArtsnCraftsPunk. Catch it over on the re/emergence page.
re/emergence is a series of experimental short fiction and music collaborations from composer Elizabeth Joan Kelly and writer Tyler W. Weaver.
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Such a great review of You Can Never Leave by Antonio Poscic in the newest edition of The Wire, and not just because he has nice things to say about my contribution. More below:
Elizabeth Joan Kelly makes a flock of strings and percussion flicker like a failing simulation, while Apta, Moray Newlands and The Snaps Jar use the collapsing elation of synths and motivational messages to cut through the fabricated optimism and false sense of safety with unsettling satire. Despite its crowdsourced nature, You Can Never Leave is cohesive and succeeds where many highly conceptual works fail. It really makes you feel the misanthropic essence of capitalism.
I’ll be up early tomorrow, July 17, to join Ryne Hancock on the Saturday Morning Show on WTUL. Listen at 91.5 FM in the New Orleans area or online at wtulneworleans.com starting at 6am CST.
Airing today: a Cassingle/TELEPHONE/YOU CAN NEVER LEAVE-themed episode of Electrojunkyard, my bi-monthly show on Camp Radio in France. Homespun mixes of underground electronic music from the past, present, and maybe even the future. Airs at 7pm CET / 12pm CST. Listen at Camp Radio.
Episode 7 tracklist:
Phirnis – Culinary Delights – Culinary Delights [Cassingle #15]
Emerging Industries Of Wuppertal – The Future Is Under Control – The Future Is Under Control [Cassingle #17]
Cinchel – tuning in to the calls for help – a long awakening [Cassingle #18]
Zigra – Enif – Enif [Cassingle #19]
Mojca Kamnik – Mojca Kamnik – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
Miranda Driessen – Eva – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
ZVAN – Telephone encounters – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
Mohamed Assani – (untitled) – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
Elizabeth Joan Kelly – Nest – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
Leanna Keith – Sealed, airtight – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
Sylvain Souklaye – less is less – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
Ni Shan – Spreading Memory – Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE
Field Lines Cartographer – Consume and Prosper – YOU CAN NEVER LEAVE
Moray Newlands – We Live In The Sky Now – YOU CAN NEVER LEAVE
Nicholas Langley – The New Day, The Gated Canal – YOU CAN NEVER LEAVE
Hattie Cooke – Groundhog Day – YOU CAN NEVER LEAVE
Polypores – Calm, But There’s Insects – YOU CAN NEVER LEAVE
Elizabeth Joan Kelly – The Insufferable Shame Of The Pine Nut Bulk Bin – YOU CAN NEVER LEAVE
Out today, Front & Follow’s You Can Never Leave, a compilation of tracks inspired by this very Lynchian advertisement for luxury housing. All proceeds go to Coffee4Craig, which provides vital support for Manchester’s homeless and people in crisis. The lads are also hosting an episode of Gated Canal Community Radio Sunday at 6pm BST / 12pm CST on Reform Radio that will include tracks from the comp as well as music from each of the contributors’ back catalogues.
If you haven’t seen it already, you can watch my track accompanying the ad here. My inspirations were the SNL digital short “Everyone’s A Critic,” Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, and the time I accidentally dumped a lifetime supply of pine nuts into my bag at the Whole Foods bulk dispensers and was too embarrassed not to pay for them, aka ultimate privileged-person-problems.
Loads of new Orca, Attack! C.M.S.O. plays on the radio this week!
“Literature Review” on Museum of Dust:
“Conclusion” on WRFL’s Aural Textures with Bitslip:
And “Conclusion” on The Monday Graveyard Show in a special guest mix by Whettman Chelmets:
Thanks to all!