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The slow unwind of dogeared corners

In the continuing saga of I'm-totally-out-of-my-league news, I'm pleased to note that Christoph Cox and Daniel Warner's Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music is finally available. In it you'll find not only my essay exploring the resonances of classical minimalism in minimal techno, but also bits and bobs by little-known folks like John Cage, Brian Eno, Glenn Gould, William S. Burroughs, Ornette Coleman, Pauline Oliveros, John Zorn, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Umberto Eco, Simon Reynolds, Jacques Attali, Lazslo Maholy-Nagy, and David Toop. I haven't yet seen a copy, but based on the table of contents alone, the tome looks damn near essential.


Saludos Philip!, ahora mismo lo compro... ;-)
Keep up the good work my friend.


that looks like a must-read, Phillip...thanks for the heads-up!

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