Short piece done for DIsquiet Junto 96.
This week’s project is a tribute to Lou Reed, who passed away earlier this week … Using the phrase “Metal Machine Muse” as your guide, create a tribute to Metal Machine Music. Please employ at least one actual metal in your work, and note it in the title of your track.
scewed picture of a TV set
Above my contribution to Disquiet Junto 61, Textinstagr/am/bient, wherein the text description of an Instagram becomes a musical springboard. Many more of other folks’ contributions and such here.
FWIW the link image is not said Instagram but a slightly doctored cropping from a glitching TV broadcast I’d caught on video. Good times …
Hog Morse QST
Squiggly Morse Code via Particularity.
Wild Child of Smithfield Square
[for Disquiet Junto 42-Naive Melody]
Most anything I play I play naively. Probably the instrument I played earliest, if not the most, is an Aria electric bass. As some part of me read an “s” by “backing track”, there are several bits of bass in support, two plucked or picked parts, plus ebowed bass tracks.
In the foreground is something just a touch more feral than naive—melodically etc. It’s same old newly found Radio Shack Stereo Amplified Listener/faux hearing aid (33-1093) used for Junto 41 in “Huntington Quarterspeed”, but here plugged into some cheap stereo computer speakers. Feedback is its “barbaric yawp”.
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Band Of Slow Angles
A half speed variation on something that’ll likely go to the Disquiet Junto.
Okay, here’s a link to the full speed version. A photo resistor controlled oscillator was tracked several times across the image below. And yet more works interpreting this photo as a graphic score.