Thursday, May 11, 2006
Get FREE CompuMusik CD "the void blue human"
"the void blue human" CD by Steven Streight CompuMusik is now available for shipping, and in keeping with the Anti-corporate Music Distribution Revolution, this professional music CD is FREE.
Just email me a P.O. Box or land address to mail it to, and I'll get it to you.
I consider this my magnum opus, the culmination of disparate tastes and lopsided perfectionism. If you like science fiction film soundtracks (Forbidden Planet, 2001: A Space Odyssey, etc.), you may enjoy this sequence of electronic computer noise concertos...based on refined sampling techniques, precision cut & paste, and disturbing sonic filters.
You will hear sounds you never dreamed possible. Makes great background music for computer work, blogocombat, and poetry writing.
From the CD liner notes:
Steven Streight (composer) uses Audacity freeware for CompuMusik.
Streight was co-founder of art band Camouflage Danse of NYC (1980-89). CompuMusik was performed and recorded in Peoria, Illinois. Made in the USA.
This is publicly available CD #3, released May 10, 2006, containing 9 noise concertos, and entitled "the void blue human".
The only musical instrument used was a plastic musical snowman bubblegum dispenser toy (Hilco Corporation, 2004).
Other CompuMusik CDs: "Christian Noise Metaphysics" and "Assorted Sound Confusions".
CompuMusik: "Ambient sludge for interplanetary infotainment."
1. burnt diode (0:15)
2. message from outer space (12:41)
3. rays of clean living (14:48)
4. nice day in the moon tomorrow (7:39)
5. discontinuum (8:53)
6. infinitude (8:54)
7. unnatural noise (9:07)
8. floximizer [power mix] (7:45)
9. de-filibration (8:48)
NOTE: This time, it's not "ragga junglist" music, like I featured prominently on "assorted sound confusions". My CD "the void blue human" is far less melodic, virtually beat-free, and will annoy and disorient traditional rock/rap/techno musicians.
This is sonic environment experimentation, ala trippy hippy electronics, and *not* sleepy new age, boringly slow progression, minimalistically trite, three-chord synthesizer sloth-crap.
Request your FREE copy on archive quality Maxell MusicPro CD-R...
...email me today.
Posted by steven edward streight at 5/11/2006 07:38:00 PM