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Re: the albuquerque vacuum
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- From: Jim Coker <email@example.com> (by way of Kim Flint)
- Subject: Re: the albuquerque vacuum
- Date: Sun, 19 Sep 1999 12:32:16 -0700
OK, so I guess I'm making a public post, no matter what :)
For ABQ music, check the Outpost (listings are in the
weekly Alibi). I saw Pauline Oliveros there last year.
There is also a small music group that is related to
the Outpost that seems to do really off-the-wall stuff,
but I can't remember who they were.
Check for indian (east, not native) music shows in ABQ
and SantaFe. There seems to be *something* at least
every couple months. SantaFe also has an electro-acoustic
music festival, which may have already happened this
year, but I'm not sure. Drive up to there and grab
the Santa Fe Reporter and check regularly for listing.
If I remember correctly, I missed several interesting
shows this past summer while slumming it in SF.
For a *really good time* :), check out
http://mediainstitute.csf.edu/ for one of their workshops
next summer. A very interesting time. (This is highly
recommended for all loopers). For instance, David Dunn
has created some truly twisted patches for Reaktor,
Mr. Subotnick shows some of his work (got to visit his
home studio also ;), and Steina showed some truly twised
video stuff made using a program called Image/ine (which
is esentially an amazing video looper).
Jim Coker wrote:
> I Sven, i live in Abq, give me a call sometime (505 341 2660).
> I'm in the middle of a big work project, and don't have much
> time for a while, but I'll be here this week. Afternoons and
> eves are the best time to call. I'm making a public post to
> the looper list w/ places to check for music.
> Sven Anderson wrote:
> > hello
> > i just joined this looping forum and enjoy its input into my otherwise
> > days at work.
> > anyhow, i recently moved to albuquerque new mexico and have found
>myself in some
> > sort of a cultural vacuum. despite my efforts to find electronic
> > concrete/looping resources, i only dig up marriachi bands and awful
> > punkrock clubs.
> > i must not be looking hard enough. i have clearly been spoiled by new
> > london, with their overwhelmingly pressing event schedules.
> > so, please, if anyone on this listserve knows of any interesting
> > happenings in the new mexico region, PLEASE tell me! i am starving, so
> > and if any of you live around here and want to collaborate, (first off
>i'm a poor,
> > poor boy and have virtually no decent/useful equipment) i work mostly
> > primitive feedback loops, enjoy pre-seventies musique concrete,
> > krautrock and less danceable electronica, and noise/drone music.
> > thanks
> > --sven