Norman Minogue's muse fell from a large billboard and floated into a ravine along a County Highway in Western Kentucky. A fragment of the discarded message was all that remained. Norman picked up that fragment of pasted paper and has carried it with him for the last 30 years. What was the message? Have a look and listen.
Wednesday, June 26th (doors at 7:30pm, show at 8:30pm) at Lisa's Oak St. Lounge (1004 E Oak St.):
Dissappearo, Ashochious, NO copper, Bill Zink / Steve Good, Sir Salé and the Satyatar
Thursday, June 27th (doors at 7:30pm, show at 8pm) at Haymarket Whiskey Bar (331 E Market St.):
Klimchak, Joee Conroy / Dane Waters, R Keenan Lawler / Tim Barnes, Hinge, Tim Kaiser, National Hotel Sound System, Camera Lucida
Friday, June 28th (doors at 7:30pm, show at 8pm) at St. Philip Neri Church (236 Woodbine St.):
Humongous, Hyrrokkin, Tropical Trash
Saturday, June 29th (doors at 7:30pm, show at 8:30pm) at Dreamland Film Center (810 E Market St.):
Jonathan Wood / Lowe Sutherland, Mike Shiflet, Darin Gray / Raw Thug, Aaron Dilloway
Sunday, June 30th (doors at 8:30pm, show at 9pm) at The Bard's Town (1801 Bardstown Rd.):
The Untalented Visionaries (Norman Minogue / Douglas Lucas), Sick City Four, The Magnetic Bananimals, Keir Neuringer, Greg Ginn and The Royal We
All shows: $5 each. All week passes available for $20 at Astro Black Records.
For more LEF info: http://www.louisvilleexperimentalfestival.com
Winter brings with it unheard music. We begin with a free download of Norman Minogue's "Experimental Recordings 2009". He also creates visual art that remains unseen. Some of which will be revealed on these pages.
The adept recordings radio hour posts Program #3, featuring Sick City Four live in the studio. Programs #1 & #2 are found in the archive which includes playlists for each archived program. Have a listen or download by right-clicking on the player and "saving as". Enjoy!
And, Tuesday January 29th, at 9pm, check out the Experimental Music Lab at the Haymarket Whiskey Bar. See you there!
This collection of sound manipulation by Norman Minogue represents a year of experimentation within the framework of moments. Tape Recorder as Time Machine. Moog as Spaceship. Play. Repeat. Decide for yourself how long to stop time. I could listen to track #8 forever but I might die from what Erik Satie referred to as "serious immobilities".
Listen to each here, or download the mp3 zip (includes a printable cover.)
The voices of Karlheinz Stockhausen, Louise Bourgeois, David Deutsch, R.Williams and Elizabeth Peyton have been made use of in these recordings.