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Privatelektro News


Morning peeps,

Here is some news from the kind and talented folks at privatelektro.

Have a nice day!


privatelektro news:: 8. 2002

Hi folks.

short but essential today:


echtzeit will play a dj set at gallery interdruck at friday 2. 08. 2002 during
the opening of triPhaze´s new exhibition.
kick off: 10 pm. leipzig. check the way to the gallery here:

2 weeks later: friday 16. 8. 2002 triPhaze will play live - as a preview for
his new cd on privatelektro =the scotland tapes=
a guest from berlin will play also: sodah - compact/normoton - he recently
released some very good loop records on the normoton label..
kick off for this date will be
attention: this is not a party. this is a concert! the environment will be comfortable.

update: some new pics in the slide show section::


in a few days our webpage will feature a new 15 min. excerpt from the parachute gig in leipzig.2
months ago. you will be able to open this with real player..
strange sounds. good to listen to loud..

september we will release a 28 min cd from triPhaze..
outstanding music .. very nice klick and bleep stuff on somehow
lyrical.without words.
there is still one track available from the triPhaze download section, called
hangover.. (bad quality) but you know why..

musical collaborations::

in the near future we will be working with


a young canadian producer with a good hand for strange samples and tricky grooves.
check the link in our link section:

and we are also going to work with a japanese musician from
tokyo-triPhaze and her will play ping pong and develop avandgarde sounds.. be
aware. strange things are waiting for you!

In september mr. sakori will provide some new sounds. he´s got a new
studio in scotland..yeeep.

And last but not least our sampler is


there still might be some cds available trough
and in selected record shops in berlin.(drehmoment) these are the last copies!!
we are not sure if we will do a second edition of this sampler..

you´ll also find all the current news at our privatelektro news-page:::::::

there is much to do.
hope to see U. thanks for the support..and cd exchange:: (you know who we mean)
keep the frquency clear


marek and christian.

next step:



Good Evening

Here’s a link to incursion’s review of My Three Suns, David Kristian’s latest solo release.
[Written by Vils M. DiSanto].

I suggest grabbing one fast; it’s a very limited edition.

Here’s more info about the CD on Greg Clow and Sheryl Kirby’s Piehead Records site

David’s official site is significantly full of noteworthy information.

If you want to hear one of my silly stories straight from the horses’ mouth, I make a guest appearance on two tracks.
tee hee

Take Care


BBC review


Olli Siebelt of the BBC reviews ‘…And Rabbits Named Friday’

complete with real audio clips of ‘soon amma’ and ‘royk’.

Best wishes

Aiden Akenside

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28 mei 2002 UUR2


Here’s the playlist for today’s
VUILE TOON on VPRO radio from Hilversum Netherland

28 mei 2002

listen here

VUILE TOON dd 28-05-02 Presentatie:
Oscar Smit

2e UUR
Tone Poem- King Of Woolworths (CDS:Dew Point EP/ Mantra)
Anybody here?- Naomi (CD:Everyone Loves You/ Mole)
Island Memories- Lovers Lane (v/aCD: Café del Mar 9/ Café del Mar)
Another Bossa- Audio Lotion (CD: Adelante!/ Mole)
Postal- Piano Magic (CD: Writers Without Home/ 4AD)
Olympia Rains- Wow & Flutter (CD: Better Today then/ Alice In Wonder)
The New Orld- Damon and Naomi (CD: Song To The Siren/ Sub Pop)
15.25- Gert-Jan Prins (12"/ JdK)
Just In Case We Lose- Désormais (CD: Climate Variations/ Instr_version)
Welcome To Las Vegas- Tetine vs Sophie Calle(CD: Sambade Monalisa/
My Animal Is Sore- Sic (CD: And Rabbits Named Friday/ Squirrelgirl)
Theme To Parked Cars- Lowfish (CD: Maintain The Tension/ Suction Rec)

Best wishes

Aiden Akenside

VICE review


Raf Katigbak and Vincent Lemieux review ‘...And Rabbits Named Friday’ in the current issue of VICE magazine. (VOLUME 9 NUMBER3)

You can pick VICE up for free in most major cities across North America and the UK.

Here is the online version of the review

Be sure to look in the mirror before you leave the house or you may be featured in their DON’Ts section.


Highway Gully


I uploaded ‘Highway Gully’ the other day (see mp3 section).

It’s from my new CD …And Rabbits Named Friday.

It’s a song about how everything seems to move slowly right before an accident.

A strange inner peace washes over and helps you cope with the situation at hand. There is some resistance and then you just let go and succumb to the imminent outcome. You have no choice; you have lost control.

I can’t remember if I listened to DEVOLVER’s The Pilot’s Inside His Mind CD (transsiberian/mile14) before or after our accident, but suddenly I knew exactly what the album was about.

Here’s a link for a review of The Pilot’s Inside His Mind. One of my favourite albums from this past year!

I was the driver on a road trip in Iceland a few days after losing my glasses in NYC.
We all decided that it was worth the risk to experience the country in all its untouched glory.

After surviving the darkest, most extensive tunnel I’ve ever driven through, I thought we were in the clear.
Unfortunately, as I was bending down to get a CD out of my bag the sun caught my eye and I lost control of the car.

We went careening off the highway
then back on
then a 180º
then off to the other side
then back into the ‘Highway Gully’.
No one was hurt.

The only reason the seemingly never-ending accident did come to an end is that my friend John told me to stop accelerating.

I took my foot off the gas and then it was over.

That very friend said

“I think that if there had been any oncoming traffic then we would have been in big trouble, or if it’d happened 10 miles back then we would have plummeted into the ocean, but otherwise I could do nothing but laugh!!!”

I fixed the dangling bumper with a few hairpins, got rid of the mud and grass, and was never charged for the damages.
I was known as “McGirlver” for the next few months.

This was 30 seconds of the longest, strangest, most beautiful day I can remember.


Incursion Review of ’...And Rabbits Named Friday’


’...And Rabbits Named Friday’ is reviewed by Vils M DiSanto
in Richard di Santo’s ’incursion’ webzine (issue # 51).

It’s their second anniversary!!
Congratulations and happy anniversary to all involved !!
The webzine’s focus is mainly on music reviews, but they also have a space for artists to exhibit their visual work.
Check out the incursion gallery while you are there.

Nighty night


[sic] + alain savoie (pivot)


I met Alain Savoie (pivot) in a video store, then a friend of mine lent me his first EP.
While on vacation last year, I wrote a beat-oriented track and felt that he would enjoy remixing it.
I guess he did!
Here are the results……… ‘motor city.’ (in the MP3 section)
Al is one of the most engaging and gifted electronic musicians in Montreal.
Keep an ear out for his music under the PIVOT moniker.


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Devin Sarno live

Jen Morris & Michael Egger Pivophone LIVE

Pivophone by Jen Morris & Michael Egger (world premiere)
Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 8 PM
Cinema Bellevaux, Route Aloys-Fauquez 4, 1018 Lausanne Vaud, Suisse

À faire se retourner Edison dans sa tombe, voici en première mondiale le pivophone, dont la performance sera retransmise en direct sur plus de 20 radios publiques européennes, dans le cadre du Art’s Birthday organisé à Lausanne par Espace 2 au Cinema Bellevaux.

Tournant dans la tête de Jen Morris depuis des lustres et réalisée avec Micheal Egger, cette nouvelle machine pourrait s’inscrire comme la cerise sur le gâteau d’une histoire des machines à bruits. Des Intonarumori futuristes aux tubes robotiques des frères Decoster, c’est toute une généalogie glorifiant la virilité agressive, la force, le pouvoir, l’industrie et la guerre que révèle le pivophone. Le pivophone met en doute ce qui jusqu’à son arrivée faisait autorité dans les arts du son. Alors, s’agit-il d’écouter des pives comme John Cage désirait entendre l’âme des cendriers ? Non, mais on se rapproche. Et oui il faut se rapprocher. On est dans l’art de la miniature. Miniature d’un gros show télévisé où les pop stars sont des pives. Miniature d’une scène faite miroir. Miniature d’une patinoire d’Holidays on Ice, où les danseurs-hockeyeuses sont finalement grandeur nature. Alors déjà assité à un ballet de pives majestueuses sous speed ? Déjà écouté le fracas d’une pive contre une autre ?

Jen Morris est une artiste sonore de performances électroniques, radicales et troublantes. De renommée internationale sous le pseudo [sic], Morris communique rarement avec l’espèce humaine. Mais lorsqu’elle le fait, à travers, aussi, la vidéo, l’installation, la bande son de films et son label Squirrelgirl, c’est frontal et désarçonnant. Automatic word wrap

Michael Egger est un artiste vidéo, bricoleur-inventeur, programmeur, musicien et pédagogue.

Et aussi au programme de la soirée:

Thomas Tilly, Abstral Compost, Louis Schild et Antoine Läng, Raphaël Raccuia.

robot vs rabbit live

sleazy listeners related events

Zev Asher tribute events or screenings

Lasse Marhaug shows