Andy Ortmann - Inconsequential (Cassette, Album)

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  3. ORTMANN, ANDY. Octagonist. DVD-AUDIO NIHILIST RECORDS. NIHIL DVD $ NOT IN STOCK "Octagonist is the follow up album to Ortmann's critically-acclaimed Nightmania album. Taking it to the next level, Ortmann continues to pioneer the avant garde genre with this surround sound album (partially funded by an arts grant from the city of Chicago.
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  5. Jun 29,  · Mitternacht diodes a-glow as Ortmann's fingertips smoke with solder as he soldiers on, the consummate circuitboard jugend, he bends his own stuff and you can hear it echoing amid the blustery drafts at the unfriendly-looking intersection of obtuse and abrasive. non-idiomantic electronic sound arts in which timbres and amplitude ar deployed with nimble caress or lead-footed stomp most .
  6. Jan 03,  · To make an album that pays tribute to the likes of the mighty Moog master Mort Garson & the strange & murderous 60’s electronics of Ruth White; but this is far from a retro trip with Ortmann making all eight synths used in the album process sounding fresh, odd & at times quite fiery/5(21).
  7. " Octagonist is the follow up album to Ortmann's critically-acclaimed Nightmania album. Taking it to the next level, Ortmann continues to pioneer the avant garde genre with this surround sound album (partially funded by an arts grant from the city of Chicago), with it being the first of its kind. The actual sounds range from old school analog electronic music, electro-acoustic, musique.
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