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Film A – Cher on Acid vs Noise Research

Posted in blog, Electronic Musik, Experimental Music, news, Noise Research, Sound Art, video / film with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 4, 2012 by electronicmusik

I’ve edited up some public domain nuclear paranoia footage onto the remix I did of the Cher on Acid track ‘Bad Drunk’. Entitled ‘Film A’ it’s now showing on Youtube !

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Collaboration between Cher on Acid (ex Womb) and Noise Research

Posted in Electronic Musik, Experimental Music, field recordings, news, Noise Research, Sound Art with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 4, 2012 by electronicmusik

Cher on Acid and Noise Research have produced a collaboration which is available to listen to on Soundcloud.

Cher on Acid is Fiona Ledgard (ex Manchester favourites Womb).

Cher on Acid will also appear on the forthcoming Electronic Musik Compilation

Hopefully an album on Electronic Musik soon.

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New 12″ EP from Womb out on the 10th October

Posted in Art, blog, Experimental Music, free improvisation, new releases, news, Sound Art, synthesizers with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 28, 2011 by electronicmusik

Sways records are to release a 12″ EP from Manchester collective Womb on the 10th October.

Sways says: Sometimes it’s noise, sometimes it’s punk, sometimes it’s no-wave, sometimes it’s psych, sometimes it’s spacerock, sometimes it’s free jazz and sometimes it’ drone. At their second gig, Dan Treacy from the Television Personalities described Womb as “like seeing the Velvet Underground for the first time”. They also recently supported the great Electrelane at Manchester Academy.

Sways also says : We are pleased to announce the first 12″ release on SWAYS will be the self-titled EP from the Manchester-based all-female massive known collectively as WOMB. Each vinyl will come with handmade covers, some of which will be prints of Womb member’s body parts.

Electronic Musik says: The most important band to come out of Manchester in a very long time. I’ve heard a sneak preview on Fiona Ledgard’s Anything Goes Breakfast show last week. The track ‘Temple of Bees’ is a huge slab of primal sounds and energy, so much has been brought to Womb’s palette (Krautrock, free jazz, noise, punk, contempory classical, spacerock, avant garde, freak out) which is joyfully and unashamedly splattered onto their sprawling sonic canvas.

To pre order the EP with a choice of covers by Whitney Bluzma, Loiuse Woodcock, Helen Shanahan or Jennifer McDonald Click here

Needless to say I’ve pre-ordered mine already !