The Electronic Music EP

by Discrete Machines

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‘The Electronic Music EP’, the latest release from Discrete Machines, follows on from 2014’s album release ‘Supersnickeltip’, a collection of real-time improvisations for iPads and abandonware. This collection of strange songs and psyched-out electronica is dedicated to some of their musical heroes and the EP opens with ‘Ladies of Electronica’, an homage to Delia Derbyshire, Daphne Oram and Pauline Oliveros, set to an Afro-beat. Next up is ‘Radio Music’, a Krautrock-style tribute to John Cage and his love of non-musical sound. ‘Stockhausen’s Cardigan’, is a lounge love song about the great man’s spectacular orange knitwear while ‘Sound is a Plastic Model of Time’ is a meditative tone poem inspired by the modernist composer and architect Iannis Xenakis. The EP also includes alternative versions of Ladies of Electronica, Radio Music and a ‘Cardigan Dub’.

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released February 23, 2015

Written and produced by Sally Rodgers and Steve Jones
Mastered by Mat Clark at sonic Music
p and c Other Records Ltd. 2015

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discrete machines Scholes, UK

Mixed media artists, Steve Jones and Dr Sally Rodgers, improvising sound and image using custom Max/MSP systems, Pure Data, contact and electromagnetic mics, tape, voice, iPads, video, various instruments, portable speakers and abandonware.

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