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Keith Fullerton Whitman
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xart

nickciontea wrote:
GET KFW TO A SYNTH MEET! (preferably Chicago....) I wanna see him wiggle!

eh.. Trash_Audio? eh?


Already tried last time he was in town . . .
He was busy thumbs up

But your lucky...March 10.

Looks like he is going to do a LAMPO show this year.

Make sure you dress nice and SHAVE....its in a fancy neighborhood thumbs up

http://www.grahamfoundation.org/

thumbs up


robotfunk

coming to Amsterdam in february for Sonic Acts ... can't wait!


dr. jacoby

i'm there for any show on the west coast south of portland!


Luka

Doing my best to come see you play in paris keith


50quidsoundboy

i saw Keith's "pinball machine" show in London late last year, it was incredible, proper trouser-flapping stuff


mono-poly

F*ck i can't go to the amsterdam show. sad banana


yorkewelcome

http://trashaudio.com/2012/02/workspace-and-environment-keith-fullerto n-whitman/


Bambam

Awesome stuff Keith, good to see you out and about.

What's this about Deepak Chopra game?


clarke68

New "Generators" LP now in stock at Mimaroglu:

http://www.mimaroglumusicsales.com/labels/demand.html

Been looking forward to this one for a while! According to Keith:

Quote:
this lp covers the final two performances of the piece over two consecutive evenings ; the opening solo set from the final night of the "high zero" festival in baltimore at the theater project, september 26th, 2010, then the performance during the "for eliane" night of the "propensity of sound" festival dedicated to eliane radigue's work at issue project room, brooklyn, september 27th, 2010. these recordings show the piece in two different iterations, taking two different trajectories entirely. they're considered the definitive versions of the piece.



sensanalog

Count me in on the March show in Chicago. I love his approach to music! From Hrvatski to his KFW stuff, woweeeee!! SlayerBadger! SlayerBadger! SlayerBadger!


kfw

...


Juxwl

xart wrote:
nickciontea wrote:
GET KFW TO A SYNTH MEET! (preferably Chicago....) I wanna see him wiggle!

eh.. Trash_Audio? eh?


Already tried last time he was in town . . .
He was busy thumbs up

But your lucky...March 10.

Looks like he is going to do a LAMPO show this year.

Make sure you dress nice and SHAVE....its in a fancy neighborhood thumbs up

http://www.grahamfoundation.org/

thumbs up


I'm going to that one but I don't want to shave....or dress nice...


orangecookie

kfw wrote:
i got "bottlegged" in nantes (was pretty damn happy with this set ; probably the longest soundcheck i've ever had in my life - played on an amazing 4.4 quad setup in a squat called "les ateliers de bitches") ::



Awesome set! Great place to play, isn't it? I remember being fed very well there, too (each dinner was themed by color).


Orbless

just dropped the needle on the new Generators LP, thanks for the quick shipping. The creamy white vinyl looks amazing! This with the Robert Turman 2xLP from Spectrum Spools along with a J3RK dual 258 in the mail yesterday have made for a good week thus far.
Guinness ftw!


amnesia

excellent set Keith.


pas

mega nice,

always transcending, beaming, love


meristem

Is there any place online (US) to buy the recent stuff in a lossless format, specifically the new generators, but really any of the more recent kfw? I see much of it on amazon... but I would prefer lossless downloads over cd or lp

edit: that vid is fantastic, i'm really enjoying the recent stuff


clarke68

Orbless wrote:
just dropped the needle on the new Generators LP...The creamy white vinyl looks amazing!

+1

I'm really digging this album. Not familiar enough with the Generators series to say if this is "definitive" (but if Keith says it is I'll take his word for it) but it's certainly amazing. Love how, despite what must be an impossibly complex system, he's still able to make music out of it that is emotionally engaging and goes far beyond being merely "interesting". The two sides are worlds apart sonically...for me Side 1 is more like the opening act and Side 2 is the blowaway, but they're both great in their own way. It's only February, but I bet this will make a lot of "Best of 2012" lists.


pas

clarke68 wrote:
Orbless wrote:
just dropped the needle on the new Generators LP...The creamy white vinyl looks amazing!

+1

I'm really digging this album. Not familiar enough with the Generators series to say if this is "definitive" (but if Keith says it is I'll take his word for it) but it's certainly amazing. Love how, despite what must be an impossibly complex system, he's still able to make music out of it that is emotionally engaging and goes far beyond being merely "interesting". The two sides are worlds apart sonically...for me Side 1 is more like the opening act and Side 2 is the blowaway, but they're both great in their own way. It's only February, but I bet this will make a lot of "Best of 2012" lists.


you really need to check out the 'generator' cassette, http://www.discogs.com/Keith-Fullerton-Whitman-Generator/release/23119 57

superbly heartfelt, got me through some miserable times.


Orbless

The one on Agents of Chaos is great too, 'live generators (1.5)' and the double cassette 'Live Generators' 1.0-1.3, which came with an awesome inkjet(?) on clear mylar wraparound insert.
Looking at the discogs, I think I have every one of these 'generator' releases and they are all amazing, along with the Pan LP, split with Ben Vida, 7" etc. there has some really inspiring work put out by KFW in the past few years.
Guinness ftw!


robotfunk

is this him now?
http://live.sonicacts.com/


zdarma

pas wrote:
clarke68 wrote:
Orbless wrote:
just dropped the needle on the new Generators LP...The creamy white vinyl looks amazing!

+1

I'm really digging this album. Not familiar enough with the Generators series to say if this is "definitive" (but if Keith says it is I'll take his word for it) but it's certainly amazing. Love how, despite what must be an impossibly complex system, he's still able to make music out of it that is emotionally engaging and goes far beyond being merely "interesting". The two sides are worlds apart sonically...for me Side 1 is more like the opening act and Side 2 is the blowaway, but they're both great in their own way. It's only February, but I bet this will make a lot of "Best of 2012" lists.


you really need to check out the 'generator' cassette, http://www.discogs.com/Keith-Fullerton-Whitman-Generator/release/23119 57

superbly heartfelt, got me through some miserable times.


meristem If you follow that discogs link above you can purchase a digital copy of that generator cassette

http://www.discogs.com/digital?artist=Keith+Fullerton+Whitman

Also, try boomkat
http://boomkat.com/search?fields[]=artist&q=KEITH+FULLERTON+WHITMAN


kfw

hey guys ; thanks (as always) for the support !!! here's a short clip of a quad performance i gave in nantes back in february for the cable#5 festival ... there's an lp coming out on editions mego in late may / early june of this set (in its entirety) & one from a week later in amsterdam ; very happy with this music, definitely getting closer & closer to the exact sound i had in mind when i started working with modulars a decade ago ...




Chuck E. Jesus

nice guy, impressive beard...


amnesia

Just did a quick Twitter interview with Keith http://vicmod.blogspot.com.au/

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