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Home >> April, 2005

So Much For Music

April 14, 2005
Solo

Wrapping up the unwrappable, with Rap, Rock, Hip Hop and music downloading. Mashed Jimmy Hendrix lives today, felony music downloading vs. the owners of culture, the Beatles musically sue each other on bootlegs, and a BBC Pink Floyd retrospective remixed.
Music: So much is given to make it, so much is transmitted through it, and no matter what the threat, it never ends. Never has, never will.

3 Hours

More About Music

April 7, 2005
Solo

Lets continue. Eno narrates. Combine the beginnings of recorded rock which began to see the studio equipment as creative tools, with music sampling and how anyone can construct music on digital software now, then add commercial copyright laws which define all culture as private property (a conceptual position that is utterly irrelevant to making art) and you have this show made out of music about music.

3 Hours