Title: New Weird Australia – the NOW now 2014
Style: Abstract, Modern Classical, Musique Concrète, Noise, Avantgarde, Free Jazz
Format: MP3 FLAC MPC FLAC XM MP1 AU MP3 DMF
FLAC size: 1312 mb | MP3 size: 1395 mb | WMA size: 1132 mb
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New Weird Australia concludes its mission after five years in operation, and marks the moment with a three-volume set titled ‘Passages’. Each volume is curated by one of New Weird Australia’s three directors – Stuart Buchanan, Andrew Tuttle and Innez Tulloch – and features 51 tracks from the project archive.
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Rural, Regional & Remote, the second New Weird Australia compilation release of 2013, exhibits the sounds of Australia outside the metropolitan and into the 'other'. The ten tracks explore and expose the diversity of Australian experimental composers from regional areas. From jutted, hyper jazz to soothing swirls mixed into the dynamism of traditional didgeridoo, the listener is treated to an aural sojourn. The result of a call out by New Weird Australia in mid 2013, Rural, Regional & Remote highlights the diverse sounds from the outback, rainforest, desert and in between
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Weird laws in Australia. Australia has some very strange laws that are still in effect. Here’s a bonus fact - it’s illegal in Queensland to publish or broadcast a phony birth, marriage, death or new job. Really. It’s illegal to be near or inside a house frequented by thieves. In Victoria, the Vagrancy Act 1966 indeed stipulates a person can be found guilty of an offence if they are the occupier of a house or place frequented by reputed thieves. But that legislation was repealed in 2005.
|1||–James Rushford, Joe Talia||Harker||3:38|
|5||–Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Rosalind Hall||Live at Decomposed||10:16|
|9||–Soft Power||Pacific Problem||5:57|
|10||–Jeremy Tatar||Cahill Expressway||7:31|
|12||–The Overtone Ensemble||Longitudes Edit||3:57|
|13||–Love Chants||Blackest Little Eyes (Live)||5:20|
- Compiled By – Andrew Brooks
- Design – Clare Cooper
NotesNew Weird Australia’s compilation, the NOW now 2014, is a collaboration between the label and the NOW now - one of Australia’s longest running experimental music events.
This compilation, compiled by the NOW now’s Andrew Brooks, representing music, sound and art without borders, with a wide scope including sound sculpture, improvised music, performance art, installations, composed music, new collaborations, trash rock, noise, silence, electronic music, comedy, and everything in-between, what began as a music festival has evolved into a festival of arts with a sonic focus.
The resulting compilation was a primer for the 2014 edition of the NOW now festival; from feedback saxophone to noise rock, dark love songs to fragile electronics, improvised music to doom drone and more.