Download a recording of Telefon Tel Aviv’s live performance at Re:Generation festival at Deerfields, NC on July 7, 2007
July 2007, a reasonably small music festival in Horse Shoe, outside Asheville, NC at the Deerfields Retreat – among the many performers that weekend was Telefon Tel Aviv who performed this brief but memorable set in the middle of the afternoon.
Far more people pictured above than were on-hand for the afternoon’s performance which made for an even more intimate setting in the hills of North Carolina. Please note this is an audience recording, not taken from soundboard. The entire set is available as a single track in FLAC or 320 MP3 below. I haven’t had time to sort out the setlist yet.
Download Telefon Tel Aviv – July 7, 2007 [MP3] (right-click to save)
Download Telefon Tel Aviv – July 7, 2007 [FLAC] (right-click to save)
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A 2006 mix from The Glitch Mob’s edIT, showcasing beats from Hefty Records’ discography and the best of mid-aughts rap.
Coming out of Chicago, John Hughes‘ Hefty Records served as a home for for artists like Elliot Lipp, and Telefon Tel Aviv, and at least one Prefuse 73 side project, as well as providing a home for some overlooked artists of the time such as Some Water and Sun and Retina.it
A number of the artists featured here including the DJ have moved on to understandably different aesthetics in the 8 years since this has been released but, like any good mix it is not only technically interesting but serves as a snapshot of the time which is was made.
edIT, now of Glitch Mob fame, shares remixes of mid-aught era rap on top of a handful of beats from the Hefty Records collection. Years later and I still have a soft-spot for this one.
Download edIT’s Hefty Records Flossed Out Mix
Atlanta based IDM phenom Richard Devine shares this Vimeo video upload and remix for Plonked Spectral, for his forthcoming RISP release.
Atlanta-based IDM phenom Richard Devine shares this Vimeo video upload for Plonked Spectral, for his forthcoming RISP release.
Check out the sounds from one of the unsung heroes of sound-design, and a phenomenal producer and performer I’ve been fortunate enough to see and meet through my involvement in music in Atlanta. One of the friendliest people you could imagine meeting as well. Richard Devine, you’re rad.
Plonked Spectral Video from the “RiSP-CD” 2012 from Richard Devine on Vimeo.
UPDATE: Richard posted a remix of Plonked Spectral on Soundcloud earlier today, embedded below – check it out and leave your comments!
RISP is Richard Devine’s algorithm-based exploration of generative time structures for analog synths. If you missed limited vinyl boarding pass worry not — gain 3 additional original richard devine compositions plus five remixes by Loops Haunt, Vaetxh, Subjex, Valance Drakes & Balkansky with the release of RISP on CD. Expect to breathe air on distant planets as chaotic, broken machines speak harmonious mutant languages via RD’s human/alien soundesign and audio activist remixes. Thirteen new tracks to become alien.
In case you can’t tell by the increased frequency of posts things have been quite busy around here lately; in addition to the obscene amounts of techno on Thursday night, I will be joining Richard Devine and San Francisco’s DJG.
DJG has been a long time favorite of mine, with a number of releases on early SF-based dubstep label NarcoHZ, which also featured the deep sounds of artists like Djunya, Juju, and Tes La Rok. Focused on a more deeper vibe than what permeates most of the American dubstep landscape, DJG’s music has held a place in my own sets as well as being rinsed by much higher profile DJs such as N-Type, Pinch, and Joe Nice
I am quite excited to be a part of this lineup; these are both artists and performers I have looked up to for quite some time, and it’s definitely an honor to be a part of the evening; especially given how amazing great everything sounded the last event Atlanta Dubstep held at The SoundTable with Headhunter.
If you are looking to check out some more from these artists before heading down to this one Friday night, DJG provided an interview and a downloadable mix available from Sonic Router. Additionally be sure to check out this podcast from Richard Devine for Electric Deluxe, or be sure to come see him the evening before as a part of Heat Promotions’ Thermal at Lava Lounge.