Wednesday, April 18, 2012

NAGASAKI FONDUE "untiled tape work" [USA;199X]

Nagasaki Fondue uses random doses of found sounds, radio transmissions, media samples, harsh noises + sub\ambient static resonances and the like to explore the effect of electromagnetic biomechanical manipulations on human subjects, time and space. This tape came out in the beginning of the 90s, and I have no idea how it was distributed, nor how many copies were printed. The cover sleeve is infoless- just the name of the artist and a picture of a child with perhaps some sort of radioactive sickenss. As for the music this is great industrial noise with lots of good samples and found sounds. I have little info about this project, but the tape is GREAT, and yes it is a long one... I guess longer than a C90 and it has been out of print for quite a while now. Anybody out there with some info about Nagasaki Fondue please use the comment section to let us know more...

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  1. Many thanks for this!
    Robert J.

  2. Here the link for the first k7 from Therabaqud Leic: Curved bells Mirrors

  3. Rhada the deprogrammer aka Nagasaki fondue aka Robert Dixon, from Vancouver, Bc Canada.
    experimental noise and sound sculpter with uncomfortable audience critique, sparks, analog noise, samples and Krishna.