This edition of Eleveneleven features a myriad of voices. Different voices with different perspectives, some familiar, some strange. Actually mostly strange, or estranged. We bring these outsiders inside for a delightful and unpredictable conversation.
Dick Whyte (a.k.a. Supercomposer) is a conceptual artist, film-maker, musician and academic from New Zealand. This mix explores the relationship between noise, conceptual music, the legal ramifications of copyright and remix culture, drawing on Whyte’s personal collection of unreleased artists, bloggers and bootlegs to create a cut-up soundscape of radio plunderphonics.
Undomondo is a music blog that supports and promotes good music regardless of genres, periods and geography. Undomondo covers quite a lot of bases from sound art & noise and electronic music to jazz, folk, world music and beyond.
Since the age of 12 i’ve been fascinated by Horror films though it was not until I started making music/sound art that I realised why.
I am not overly impressed by the gore and misogyny/misanthropy so much as I am drawn to the soundtracks of horror and terror, which inspire an almost metaphysical reverie.
Secret Killer of Names is the nom de plume of media artist and researcher, Lloyd Barret.
John Foley aka Misterboots is a radio dj, programmer, sound artist, and blogger residing just outside of Providence, Rhode Island, USA. He has been producing freeform radio programming since 1991 and his current show The Fieldhouse is a mix show featuring funky electronic music made with the use of field recordings. This mix is a narrative of the overnight shore leave of a military sailor in a large, mysterious city.
We would just like to thank all the artists and guest programmers who have contributed to making 2010 a great year for the Eleven Eleven podcast. Have a happy holiday season. We’ll be back in 2011.
Christmas *special* by Shane Jesse Christmass aka Mattress Grave.
Mattress Grave is the musical and sound permutation of Shane Jesse Christmass, the Perth-born, Melbourne-based writer.
Outside In, or “Hey, look at what I almost stepped in!”
This mix will most likely be interpreted as:
a) An increasingly raucous collection of seemingly disparate musics
b) A cacophonous descent into unseemliness
c) A musical analysis of the 38 minute Anglo-Zanzibar war of 1896
d) A virulent cheese dream
Howitzer Industries is Adrian Bertram, incorporating the work of Lieutenant Colonel Spastic Howitzer, Black Pig, League of Infinite Justice and various fractions of Winner and Wake Up and Listen. Active in Sydney since the early 90s Bertram continues worrying sound to this day.
This podcast takes the far edges of the sprawling ambient terrain (from Eno to Utarm, from Bowie to Avenaim), and folds them back in on each other. Grist is the shamanic black drone ritual guise of A Demon Sheen.
“This mix is from me to you. It is best listened to on headphones by yourself. It was designed to be heard at sunrise or sunset whilst walking outside. This mix will heal a broken heart and keep you warm if you are cold. I hope you enjoy the music… Gentleforce.”
Gentleforce is Sydney artist Eli Murray. Eli has been a dj and promoter in the underground dance movement for over ten years now. He released his debut album “Sacred Spaces” in 2010 on Feral Media. Since then he has kept himself busy doing several sound/visual projects including designing the cover for Cyclic Defrost Magazine (Issue 26) as well as co-creating a audio/visual installation titled “Dusk” for the Underbelly Arts Project as part of angryPixel collective.
Wayne Funnel (AUS)
Wayne Funnel is a freelance Science/Historical Correspondent with ABC Radio Australia. His illustrated talks are also regularly broadcast during The Night Air, the cult “listening for pleasure” program heard from 8:30 pm on Sunday evenings on ABC Radio National.
For this 11:11 podcast Wayne has prepared an especially extended admixture of his unique commentary interspersed with surprisingly entertaining musical items.