1. 20 July 2014

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  2. (Source: partizanskiyizsintezator)

  3. ludd—————:

    Listen/purchase: To Describe George Washington Bridge by Stephan Mathieu

  4. magictransistor:

    Hugo Gernsback’s Isolator Helmet: Science and Invention, July, 1925.

  5. whatweretapes:

Coppice "Compound/Excisions" tour with a new multi-tape processor.

    whatweretapes:

    Coppice "Compound/Excisions" tour with a new multi-tape processor.

  6. m00ndingochan:

early spyware

    m00ndingochan:

    early spyware

    (Source: homophoni)

  7. design-is-fine:

George Field, Field’s Harmony of Colour, 1817. Chromatics. Essay on the analogy and harmony of colours. London. Via Linda Hall Library

    design-is-fine:

    George Field, Field’s Harmony of Colour, 1817. Chromatics. Essay on the analogy and harmony of colours. London. Via Linda Hall Library

  8. 1 July 2014

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    gacougnol:

François KollarColumbia Records
1930

    gacougnol:

    François Kollar
    Columbia Records
    1930

  9. interstate808:

    Think I might have posted this one before, but it’s so good there’s no reason not to do so again. 

    Tracklist:

    1. Anouk Toum ‘Finger Piano’, Various, Ethiopian Urban And Tribal Music – Mindanoo Mistiru, Vol 1 Lyrichord (LLST 7243)
    2. Ras Tafari Youth Group (King So High) from Jamaican Cult Music (Folkways Records F 4461)
    3. Spinning Dance female voice, from Music Of The Sioux And The Navajo (Folkways Records P 401)
    4. Spinning Dance2, from Music Of The Sioux And The Navajo (Folkways Records P 401)
    5. Gagaku/Etenraku, various – Festival Of Japanese Music In Hawaii (Folkways Records FW 8885)
    6. The Kunama funfera (flute music), from various, Ethiopia Vol 3: Music Of Eritrea (Tangent Records TGM 103)
    7. Karaja, from Anthology of Brazilian Indian Music: Karajá, Javahé, Kraho, Tukuna, Juruna, Suyá, Trumai Shukarram, Various (FW04311)
    8. Tukuna, from Anthology of Brazilian Indian Music, Various (FW04311)
    9. (uncredited) from Hungarian Folk Music From The Kis-Küküllo Region of Central Transylvania, Romania, (Folkways)
    10. Sarba Din Brau wedding dance, from Hungarian Folk Music From The Kis-Küküllo Region Of Central Transylvania, Romania (Folkways)
    11. Serbia – Kolo dance, from Various – Folk Music Of Yugoslavia, (Folkways FE 4434)
    12. Serbia – Kolo dance (drum and clarinet) from Various – Folk Music Of Yugoslavia (Folkways FE 4434)
    13. Surinam: Djuka Drums, Side IV from Unknown Artist – African And Afro-American Drums Ethnic (Folkways FE 4502)
    14. United States: Jazz Drumming, Side IV from Unknown Artist – African And Afro-American Drums Ethnic Folkways (FE 4502)
    15. Ganga, Moj je dragi daleko, from Various – Naše Pjesme – Musik Aus Gabela, Herzegowina, Jugoslawien (Museum Collection Berlin)
    16. Arrulo, falta el Uno from Various – Afro-Hispanic Music From Western Colombia And Ecuador (Folkways FE 4376)
    17. Currulao Agua Grande from Various – Afro-Hispanic Music From Western Colombia And Ecuador (Folkways FE 4376)
    18. Twai Tshinaminai, from Troubadours Of King Baudouin Songs Of The Congo (Epic LF 18005)
    19. Brasil: Ruxiñol, from Lullabies of the World Various Artists (FW04511)
    20. Heel and Toe polka from Folklore del Caribe, Harold Courlander, (Folkways)
    21. Un Soir, Haiti, from Folklore del Caribe, Harold Courlander, (Folkways)
    22. Percussions Mahi, from Various – Afrique Noire – Panorama De La Musique Instrumentale, (BAM LD 409)
    23. La “harpe de David” Chant d’homme avec accompagnement de lyre, Musique traditionnelle d’Ethiopie, Disques Vogue

  10. 29 June 2014

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    radio23:

Dream all day

    radio23:

    Dream all day