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Richard Maxfield is a chronically under-released artist, who worked during the sixties avant-garde on experimental pieces for tape and electronics. This double Slowscan Vol. 23 LP contains an interview with Maxfield alongside four of his pieces (La Monte Young is involved in one of them). 200 copies only!
Richard Maxfield is a chronically under-released artist, who worked during the sixties avant-garde on experimental pieces for tape and electronics. Slowscan Vol. 28 anthologises four of his longer works, which you’d have done very well indeed to have heard before. Limited edition double LP on Slowscan.
Hallucinatory Huaraches was first released as a cassette in 1985 on Slowscan: now, at last, a true vinyl release. Although, watch out, only 160 copies have been pressed, so don’t hang about… Le Forte Four were one of the results of the Los Angeles Free Music Society, and they sound positively just wild man. Try it out.
MOCA/FM: Exhibition Of One Minute Soundworks From The Museum Of Conceptual Art, San Francisco is an admirably descriptive title: this LP documents an art event / broadcast for which 24 artists submitted a piece just a single minute in length. Consequently, plenty of variety here! 200 copies on Soundscan.