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Throbbing Gristle, ATP 2004: a gateway to a strange other England

Delivered... Luke Turner | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 3:31 pm

An encounter with the British industrialists opened not only a world of music and underground culture but a whole new way of living

By the winter of 2004, the Pontins holiday camp at Camber Sands had seen better days. Barely updated since its 1970s heyday, the bleak chalets, roamed by the ghosts of Bluecoats, were an appropriate setting for Throbbing Gristle’s comeback.

In the late 70s, the band had held up a mirror to a seamy, degraded Britain ruled by corrupt authorities and mired in industrial decline, with lyrics about the Moors murders and political control, and stage outfits made of army-surplus gear. Musically, their use of samplers and abstract sound made them pioneers. After they terminated their initial phase of operation in 1981, none of the industrial artists who later cited them as an influence – Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails – came close to their radical sonics and social commentary.

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Throbbing Gristle, ATP 2004: a gateway to a strange other England

Delivered... Luke Turner | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 3:31 pm

An encounter with the British industrialists opened not only a world of music and underground culture but a whole new way of living

By the winter of 2004, the Pontins holiday camp at Camber Sands had seen better days. Barely updated since its 1970s heyday, the bleak chalets, roamed by the ghosts of Bluecoats, were an appropriate setting for Throbbing Gristle’s comeback.

In the late 70s, the band had held up a mirror to a seamy, degraded Britain ruled by corrupt authorities and mired in industrial decline, with lyrics about the Moors murders and political control, and stage outfits made of army-surplus gear. Musically, their use of samplers and abstract sound made them pioneers. After they terminated their initial phase of operation in 1981, none of the industrial artists who later cited them as an influence – Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails – came close to their radical sonics and social commentary.

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Piezo’s Lush Electronics Coalesce on ‘Perdu’

Delivered... Caroline Whiteley | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 3:10 pm

Top Notes: UK bass with an Italian twist Mid Notes: Textured, earthy rhythms and crystalline sound patterns Base Notes: Organic materiality meets digital abstraction Over the course of the last twelve years, STILL’s Hundebiss Records has established itself as one of the leading tastemakers in avant-electronics, from releasing Kelman Duran’s debut album 1084 KIDS to Lamin Fofana’s bold Black...

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HARD SUMMER IS DOING A HARD SUMMER BACKHARD BBQ LIVE STREAM THIS WEEKEND!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 4 Aug 2020 6:00 pm
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OB-Xd 2.0: Open Oberheim-inspired synth for Mac, Windows, Linux adds loads of improvements

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 4 Aug 2020 12:45 pm

discoDSP just released 2.0 of their open-source plug-in inspired by the Oberheim OB-X, with new features, Linux and high-res display support, and more.

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BRDG stream from Tokyo is a hyperactive explosion of audiovisual madness, today

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 4 Aug 2020 11:40 am

Stream burnout is real. But today's visual effects-heavy AV lineup from Tokyo is a shot of adrenaline mixed with sugar. On twice: Tokyo time 20:30, again Berlin time 21:00. Ted Pallas reports.

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OSC/PILOT is a new Windows touch controller app – and deadmau5 is already using it

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Mon 3 Aug 2020 9:26 pm

deadmau5 is releasing the app he's torture-tested in his live shows, OSC/PILOT. It's like a Windows-only successor to Lemur, with some powerful features, developed by one of the developers behind TouchDesigner.

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EDC LAS VEGAS 2020 HAS BEEN CANCELED, WILL RETURN NEXT YEAR

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 3 Aug 2020 6:00 pm
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EDC LAS VEGAS 2021 DATES AND TICKETS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Mon 3 Aug 2020 6:00 pm
Tickets go on sale this week!

Features | A Quietus Interview | A Long Way From Accrington: Jon Anderson Of Yes Interviewed – The Quietus

Delivered... | Scene | Mon 3 Aug 2020 12:20 pm
Features | A Quietus Interview | A Long Way From Accrington: Jon Anderson Of Yes Interviewed  The Quietus

“Studios with threatening auras” delivers aptly apocalyptic studio shots

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Mon 3 Aug 2020 1:10 am

"Against the clock" sounds like - literally, ominous. "Bedroom producer" becomes a government-enforced reality. And so, here's "Studios with threatening auras" at just the right time.

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sequencer.wtf is a Max for Live toystore, from Shanghai’s ayrtbh + Gooooose

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Mon 3 Aug 2020 12:56 am

Two of Shanghai's most adventurous experimental electronic artists have opened up their toolset, with sequencer.wtf. The Envelope Sequencer is the latest to join these Max for Live treats - SEQUENCER ELECTRONICS.

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This Week in Regulation for Broadcasters: July 25, 2020 to July 31, 2020

Delivered... David Oxenford and Adam Sandler | Scene | Sun 2 Aug 2020 4:34 pm

Here are some of the regulatory and legal developments of the last week of significance to broadcasters – and a look ahead to the FCC’s consideration of two media modernization items in the coming week.  Links are also provided for you to find more information on how these actions may affect your operations.

  • This week, many large and small radio operators that submitted license renewal applications without certifying full compliance with the FCC’s political file obligations received an email from the FCC. That email proposes that these stations enter into consent decrees to get their renewals granted.  A party entering into one of these consent decrees needs to appoint a company compliance officer to monitor political advertising compliance, adopt a compliance plan, hold training sessions, and file yearly reports with the FCC on all political sales.  These consent decrees appear to have gone to virtually every station that could not certify complete compliance with the public file rules, without consideration of the nature of their public file issues.  The decrees are similar to the consent decrees recently entered into by six of the largest radio groups (about which we wrote here).  This week’s action is a vivid reminder of how seriously the FCC takes compliance with the political file rules (for a refresher on the political broadcasting rules, see here for our political broadcasting blog articles and here for WBK’s Political Broadcasting Guide).  If you received one of these emails, talk to an attorney experienced in FCC matters before you sign it to see what options may be available to you and to discuss the details of the obligations imposed by the decrees.  (Consent Decree Example)
  • New carriage election notice rules that apply to LPTV and Class A stations became effective July 31. The new rules require certain LPTV stations and non-commercial educational translator stations that are retransmitted by a multichannel video programming distributor (MVPD) to respond as soon as is reasonably possible to communications about carriage election issues that are received via the contact information the station should have provided in the FCC’s LMS database.  Qualified LPTVs (i.e. LPTV stations in rural areas entitled to elect must-carry status) must also follow detailed procedures to notify an MVPD of changes to the station’s carriage election.  For details as to the information that must be provided, see the FCC’s Public Notice released this week.
  • The FCC released the final cost catalog for reimbursement of expenses associated with C-Band earth station transitions that result from portions of the C-Band being repurposed for 5-G wireless uses. Many radio and TV stations receiving satellite-delivered programming are affected.  The FCC also announced an August 31 deadline for electing a lump sum reimbursement payment (and the format for that election).  (Public Notice)
  • The Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division held a two-day music licensing workshop, bringing together interested parties, including representatives from the broadcast industry and from the performing rights organizations, as well as songwriters, music publishers, and economists. These parties discussed the ASCAP and BMI consent decrees, public performance licensing, and general music licensing issues.  (Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim’s Opening Remarks)(Video and transcripts of the sessions will be made available on the DOJ’s website for this workshop when they are available).
  • We posted to the Broadcast Law Blog our monthly feature looking at important regulatory dates in the month ahead. Visit the blog to read about the August dates to watch, including license renewals, EEO reporting, the FCC Open Meeting, and Broadcast Internet rulemaking comments – and an alert to watch for the details that should be coming soon on the annual regulatory fees due in September.  (Broadcast Law Blog)
  • FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly appeared virtually at The Media Institute’s Communications Forum luncheon series where he discussed his views on media regulation and modernization, Next Generation TV, diversity in media, and free speech issues. (Prepared Remarks)  (Video)

Next week, here is an event that we will be watching:

  • The FCC will hold an Open Meeting on August 6. The Commissioners are expected to consider two media modernization items relevant to broadcasters: (1) Elimination of the rule prohibiting the duplication of programming by two AM stations serving the same area, and (2) repeal of the rules for FM and TV broadcasters that currently require a licensee to make available to competitors antenna space on any “unique” tower site that they own.  We wrote in more detail about these two proposals here and here.  The Open Meeting will be livestreamed at 10:30 a.m. on August 6.

Beat surrender: classic club-night posters – in pictures

Delivered... Kadish Morris | Scene | Sat 1 Aug 2020 5:00 pm

“Artists and graphic designers like working on music [projects] because they get creative freedom,” says Gemma Curtin, co-curator of Electronic: From Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers, on view at the Design Museum, London W8 (until 14 February). The show explores the design and aesthetics that define electronic music. Curtin says: “Graphic designers like Peter Saville used innovative techniques and high production costs to create rich visuals that still look really fresh today.”

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DJ combines sounds of Atlanta and Bengaluru – Deccan Herald

Delivered... | Scene | Fri 31 Jul 2020 9:02 pm
DJ combines sounds of Atlanta and Bengaluru  Deccan Herald
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