Tag Archives: Pierre Henry

Creel Pone #7 – Vocals and Electronic noise.

It was the 1960’s that brought electronic music to the masses. Suddenly anyone could have a listen – add to that, its prevalence in cinema, and this type of music actually started to attract fans. However, it was in the paper, “A Sketch of a new Esthetic of Music” written by Ferruccio Busoni in 1907 that […]

Ghedalia Tazartes – 1996 – Une Eclipse Totale du Soleil. Taste the strange.

Ghédalia Tazartès is a French musician born in 1947. Although, initially, his work is rooted in the legacy Ladino (his family is from the Jewish Community of Turkey), Ghédalia Tazartès is an unclassifiable artist, primarily instinctive and free, and has been described as being in the making of the music rather than in the theory […]

Eliane Radigue: The sound of thoughts

One of my plans this year (promises made to myself over a bottle of wine at the start of the year) is to move deeply into the work of Eliane Radigue with the intention of transforming my relationship to sound. I had an exciting year of sound and music discovery last year, but it was […]

Creel Pone: Set your mind free and your body will follow.

According to Simon Reynolds (Writer for The Wire) Creel Pone is a mystery project that started around 2005. To the uninitiated music lover, but serious art lover, this project struck me as beautiful and exciting. For all I know, music lovers do this sort of thing all the time. UP until recently, I was a […]