Technological Music Vol. 1

by Kyle Bruckmann

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Technological Music Vol. 1: or, Regarding the Misuse of Tools and the Rigorous Application of Capriciously Derived Organizational Principles

An oblique response to various antecedents of pulse-based electronic music without recourse to drum machines or sequencing (or - in the case of the Four Investigations - synthesizers). Tools include oboe, English horn, analogue synthesis and malfunctioning electric organs and piano.

Gratitude to Niko Wenner and Monica Scott. Dedicated to Michael Randers-Pehrson, Jeff Bollaro and HK Kahng - stalwart comrades in my very earliest electronic music misadventures.

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released April 1, 2013

Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi

Published by Entr'acte, 2013. Available as an impeccably packaged limited edition CD from the label and fine distributors including Experimedia; made digitally available by permission.

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Kyle Bruckmann Oakland, California

Oakland, CA-based composer/performer Kyle Bruckmann’s work extends from a classical foundation into genre-bending gray areas encompassing free jazz, electronic music and post-punk rock. From 1996-2003, he was a fixture in Chicago’s musical underground; long-term affiliations include the electro-acoustic duo EKG, the art-punk monstrosity Lozenge, and the Creative Music quintet Wrack. ... more

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