Archive | September, 2012

Matthew Cardinal – A Drone [RDP-019]

28 Sep

SACRED GEOMETRY: Not The Wind Not the Flag, Leahey/Dadge Duo, Dolmens, Scott Munro, Pigeon Breeders + Connor O’Brien

28 Sep

Ramshackleday Parade and Bug Incision combine to give you a third-eye opening evening of some of the best Canadian free-improvisers, who happen to be passing through Alberta, leaving a psychic wake of blown minds and rustled jimmies. This combination of people playing together in Edmonton is a truly singular event.

Not The Wind Not The Flag (Toronto)
Torontoans Colin Fisher and Brandon Valdivia form one of Canada’s greatest psychedelically experimental acts: expect

 flutes, guitars, thumb pianos, ghuzeng, saxophone, ever-pounding drums, hand percussion and general fucking magic. Like nothing you’ve ever seen before.

Leaney/Dadge Duo (Calgary)
Bug Incision honcho Dadge will be playing a set with saxophonist and tenor-wizard Aaron Leaney.

Dolmens (Edmonton)
One-time-only collaboration from David Ferris/Don Ross/Phil Dickau, who will possibly open a cosmic nexus of ECM, Altered States, ancient tombs, ESO, Twin Peaks, Fantasia, Arvo Part, deprivation chambers and God-knows-what.

Scott Munro (Calgary)
Scott plays in Bent Spoon Duo, Ghostkeeper, Chad Van Gaalen and a million other projects. He has dozens of arms, each with brilliant musculature, a veritable Adonis of imrpov. Heavy stuff.

Pigeon Breeders with Connor O’Brien (Nilbog)
Picture the Charles Barkley of free-improv, but with three Charles Barkleys. Suddenly, Scotty Pippen appears – as played by Connor O’Brien (Fuck the Tundra, Flint ) – and together they rush the court. One time only.

First set starts at 8:00 ON THE DOT.
Five bucks
Bring I.D.
There will be lots of merch


28 Sep

DAMNO TE returns this fall!

12 Sep

The new Damno Te C10, VerKümmern, will be available on Amusementsbanales this fall.

Label website:

LAKES recordings

12 Sep

What is noise music? EP; two recordings, no edits, no breaks, no software, no hardware (2011):

John Cage Tribute: Sept 22nd

12 Sep

6 Sep

It pretty much speaks for itself

this website is a collection of underground / independantly released cassette tapes from the days when the audio cassette was the standard method of music sharing, generally the mid eighties through early nineties.

material represented includes tape experimentation, industrial, avant-garde, indy, rock, diy, subvertainment and auto-hypnotic materials… most of what you are about to hear is rather difficult to file under any one category, and thus has not been.

the bulk of the tapes in this library were donated to the project by former ckln fm radio host myke dyer in august of 2009.

unless otherwise stated, the copyrights associated with these works remain the property of the original musicians. does not assume any ownership or authority over these recordings.

many works in this collection are sample-based, and were distributed prior to circa-1990 c copyright laws. their appearance here is technically in violation of

international copyright, inasmuch as their distribution, albeit in s ome instances where the artist has either authorized distribution of the mp3 boot or ‘no copyright’ was indicated

on the original article. however, the bulk of the items listed in this, the ‘underground’ website branch of the ‘NIX100’ archiving project

are not fully authorized for digital distribution, and should be seen as ‘my’ or ‘the owner’s’ personal files or doccuments, and thus should only be accessable by ‘me’ or

if you have a legal or moral right to access these files. otherwise they should be seen as an online archive of personal materials and

what you do with them is your own business.

if any of your recordings are featured on these pages, or if you know of something that may be inappropriate for mass distribution for some reason please drop us a line and the item in question will be promptly removed…

conversely, if you have any interest in submitting materials (your own recordings, or items in your collection) feel free to send us an email and we will work out a way to see it happen.


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