Category Archives: Audio Recording
I recently recorded this zombie broadcast off a live line discovered in the ruins of the telephone switchboard room of a collapsed hotel in the abandoned mining town of Electrograd, Washington.
A 1983 “studio” recording with an iteration of Audio Letter. I was the vocals, reading some bits from Vasili Rosanov’s philosophical tracts, and Raoul Vaneigem’s “The Revolution of Everyday Life.” Recorded in Sue Ann’s room using the Tascam 4 track cassette recorder/mixer she owned.
Here is a section from a series of videos of me performing with noise master Eric Muhs. And what venue? Bumbershoot? I’m pretty sure this is in late-1993? The audio is recorded via the video camera and it picks up more of Eric’s work than me reading. But, in this section of the longer recording of our performance, I am reading a review of Sick Burn Cut from the March 1993 issue of the former Portland, OR monthly underground newspaper, Paperback Jukebox.
For the full text and to learn why it’s among my favorite reviews, see the post above.