"Cyclic Bits" is the first remix album of the music of remarkable composer and inventor Raymond Scott.
This album is a series of reinventions of the work of a true musical maverick, remixed by a host of today's most inventive musical mavericks. The diversity of the release reflects the profound influence Scott's work has had on composers working across the board of styles and approaches.
Originally created as a special for Ergo Phizmiz's Phuj Phactory on WFMU, a projected release never happened. This, at last, is it.
Although this work is FMA licensed, please contact the individual artists regarding any usage permissions.
More Chinstrap releases at http://chinstrapmusic.blogspot.com
More Raymond Scott at http://www.raymondscott.com
Tracky Birthday http://www.trackybirthday.com
Bebe del Banco / Satanicpornocultshop http://www.nunulaxnulan.biz
4,000,000 Telephones http://www.4000000telephones.com
Listen With Sarah http://www.listenwithsarah.org
David Fenech http://demosaurus.free.fr
Fireworks Ensemble http://www.fireworksensemble.org
Ego Plum http://www.ebolamusic.com
Vernon Lenoir http://www.vernonlenoir.com
Automated Acoustics http://www.myspace.com/automatedacoustics
Felix Kubin http://www.felixkubin.com
Curator: Ergo Phizmiz http://www.ergophizmiz.net
Big, big thanks to all the contributing artists.
For the Discerning Hedonist, a Gallery of Delicious Things, lovingly gardened by Ergo Aloysius Hieronymus Caractacus Cornelius Phizmiz.
Monday, 8 March 2010
CHIN05 - Cyclic Bits: The Raymond Scott Variations
Posted by Ergo Phizmiz at 11:46
Labels: 4000000 Telephones, Automated Acoustics, David Fenech, Ego Plum, Felix Kubin, Listen With Sarah, Orionza, raymond scott, Satanicpornocultshop, tracky birthday, Vernon Lenoir
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Ergo is correct that we considered a proper release. However, for reasons having everything to do with administrative complexity and nothing to do with the quality of the recordings or the stature of the artists, we decided against a commercial release. This is a great project, however, and it has our full support. We're delighted that Ergo posted it online.ReplyDelete
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