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Untitled - Eli Keszler - Wolver (Cassette)

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  1. Oct 29,  · II " (playing at Tower 10/6) KBD - website - " Throwback " excerpt (playing at Bela Dubby 10/4) Eli Keszler + Ashley Paul - s/t () - untitled track Colin Stetson - New History Warfare: Volume 1 - " Tiger Tiger Crane " John Wiese - Soft Punk - " Tacks " Paul Lytton + Nate Wooley - s/t 12" () - untitled track Random Touch - A Box.
  2. Aug 21,  · Eli Keszler That’s right—drawings, diagrams, and sketches. MB Where did the title come from? Something you made up? EK Neum is a variation of the word Neume, which was a medieval music notation, still used in plainchant. It essentially outlined the contours or a line and then evolved slowly toward the five-line staff system that we use now.
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  4. Public Knowledge: Carrier Bag of Music, a DJ Mix by Laurel Halo. Released 14 May Genres: Ambient, Field Recordings, Spoken Word. Featured peformers: Laurel Halo (DJ mixing), Lee Bul (aka_text artwork role_id aka_text).
  5. Label run by Eli Keszler Info was previously available at isbronmatpaddnerlucatortelesinccons.coinfo, but the site is no longer active. Eli Keszler: Untitled REL US: Sell This Version: 2 versions: rel Eli Keszler: Wolver ‎ (Cass, Ltd) R.E.L Records: rel US:
  6. Oct 16,  · Eli Keszler's music occupies a unique but imaginative space on the experimental music landscape. Despite its unusual approach, it's warm, deeply felt, not all that dissonant, and oddly calming.
  7. Eli Keszler is an American percussionist, composer, and visual artist based in New York City. Known for his complex and intricate style of drumming, as well creating sound installations involving piano wire and other mechanisms to accompany his live performances, his shows have involved visual elements such as Keszler's drawings, diagrams, screen prints, and writings.