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A 1000-second timelapse movie of Longplayer Live at the Roundhouse, London, on the 12th September 2009.   Longplayer is a 1000-year-long piece of music which began playing on 1 January 2000 and is looked after by a UK based charitable trust, The Longplayer Trust. Any donations help to keep Longplayer playing into the uncertain future centuries, to stage more live performances and continue to make the music freely available via the internet stream and listening posts around the world. More…

A 1000-second timelapse movie of Longplayer Live at the Roundhouse, London, on the 12th September 2009. Longplayer is a 1000-year-long piece of music which began playing on 1 January 2000 and is looked after by a UK based charitable trust, The Longplayer Trust. Any donations help to keep Longplayer playing into the uncertain future centuries, to stage more live performances and continue to make the music freely available via the internet stream and listening posts around the world. More…

Music: "era" by element orchestra (http://epv-artists.tumblr.com/post/59678171835/element-orchestra)

Music: "era" by element orchestra (http://epv-artists.tumblr.com/post/59678171835/element-orchestra)

"small planet" from album "hi bi no ne" (schole) by Sawako + Daisuke Miyatani

"small planet" from album "hi bi no ne" (schole) by Sawako + Daisuke Miyatani

A Nation of Tinkerers: How a Canadian University Shaped Electronic Music in North America | Thump

A Nation of Tinkerers: How a Canadian University Shaped Electronic Music in North America | Thump

Attack on Silence brings together a series of works by British artist Mark Fell exploring the relationships between geometry, color, and waveform. These works have been shown around the world as performances, installations, and in print.  For the past decade Mark Fell has been one of the leading innovators in the fields of experimental electronic music and sound art. Combining interests in experimental music, contemporary art, computer technology and philosophy, his work has been performed…

Attack on Silence brings together a series of works by British artist Mark Fell exploring the relationships between geometry, color, and waveform. These works have been shown around the world as performances, installations, and in print. For the past decade Mark Fell has been one of the leading innovators in the fields of experimental electronic music and sound art. Combining interests in experimental music, contemporary art, computer technology and philosophy, his work has been performed…

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