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ONE THOUSAND PULSES presents

An Evening In the Company of the Joy Circuits featuring
MALCOLM CECIL (TONTO's Expanding Head Band)
and
SPITZNAGEL & TREVOR PINCH

SATURDAY JULY 17
 
DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE @ 8 PM

ADMISSION: $15 advance ticket • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

PURCHASE TIX HERE:
http://www.mycommunitytickets.com/organization_info.asp?orgid=1521

FOR DIRECTIONS & FURTHER INFORMATION:
http://www.onethousandpulses.com



OTP is both honored and thrilled to present An Evening In the Company of the Joy Circuits featuring TONTO's Expanding Head Band pioneer Malcolm Cecil, in his first U.S. performance in over 30 years, along with aural sculptors Spitznagel and Trevor Pinch.
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Synthesizer pioneers comprise a fairly small, if exclusive, club, but in both arts, technology and music circles, few have achieved the legendary status of Malcolm Cecil and TONTO. TONTO's Expanding Head Band were an influential electronic music duo from the 1970s conceived by Cecil and Robert Margouleff, two Grammy-winning musicians and sound designers. TONTO itself is an acronym for The Original New Timbral Orchestra, the world's first (and still largest) multitimbral polyphonic analog synthesizer, designed and constructed by Cecil. Its warm, rich timbres were particularly noteworthy and still cannot be recreated by the current breed of MIDI digital synthesizers and samplers. TONTO has been in the private ownership of Cecil since 1975 when Margouleff left the Head Band; currently TONTO is alive and well and resides in its own studio in upstate New York close to Woodstock.

TONTO's Expanding Head Band's first recording, Zero Time, released in 1971 (and eventually remastered and reissued on CD along with the complete 2nd album It's About Time, attracted the attention of many leading artists of that era because of the unique, warm, musical sounds that TONTO was capable of generating. Chief among those artists was Stevie Wonder, whose involvement with TONTO encompassed four albums and work on the Spike Lee film Jungle Fever, all projects which featured Margouleff and Cecil as associate producers, engineers and programmers. Indeed, the remainder of the 70s and 80s featured TONTO on albums from Quincy Jones, Gil Scott-Heron, and Weather Report, as well as releases from The Doobie Brothers, and Little Feat, among others. In the early 80s, Cecil also released the criminally underrecognized album Radiance under his own name, featuring TONTO in all its atmospheric, many-tentacled glory.

Still a constantly gigging and in-demand session bassist, Cecil's electronic music, never mind his compositional skills, remains some of the most original and enigmatic of its type ever created. For his OTP debut, Cecil will not only bring a number of the original TONTO synth modules but his trusty upright bass as well, all of which to bring forth a stunning hybrid of keyboard virtuosity, 70s synth-jazz, and his own brand of post-classical-flavored synth music.

Spitznagel is no stranger to odd tonalities, either. Out of his large art/studio in upstate New York (where he works with digital imagery in addition to sonics), Spitznagel artfully bends circuits, relays, delays, and all combinations of hard and software into a tasty pretzel logic for the ear. He has realized his innovative sound recreations across a modest catalog of releases spread out through his Level Green label, operating across a plethora of aliases that take in ambient jazz-glitch, alien exotica, and drunken mechanical abstraction, all of which colaesce into mind-boggling mini-symphonies of harmonically stressed, rhythmically energized bleep and bluster. Spitznagel will be joined by writer and musician Trevor Pinch, co-author of the book Analog Days, possibly the definitive work on analog synthesis and the engineers and musicians who gave notoriety to the first generation of electronic instruments.

Together, Cecil, Spitznagel and Pinch bridge multiple generations of electronic artists, their music continuing to resound within the work of contemporary laptop musicians and old-school analog enthusiasts united by their fascination with strange, new sounds.

**NOTE: Advance ticket purchase is strongly suggested as seating is limited.**

We look forward to seeing you at this very special event.

> Malcolm Cecil • www.tontosexpandingheadband.com
> Spitznagel • www.levelgreen.com

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DATE OF PERFORMANCE: Saturday, July 17

DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 PM / PERFORMANCE @ 8 PM

ADMISSION:
$15 for advance/reserve seating
$18 at the door


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Hello to all:

For those of you interested in satisfying an early summer disc-shopping jones, on the auction block are some choice items including rarities like Ambient World versions of some early Fax goodies, plus a limited edition Robert Rich boxset version of "Echo of Small Things", Nemesis' "Gigaherz", and many more:

http://shop.ebay.com/ubikman/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p4340

Thanks for looking.

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ONE THOUSAND PULSES presents

An Evening with PETER BIEDERMANN

SATURDAY JUNE 12
 
DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE @ 8 PM

ADMISSION: $15 advance ticket • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

PURCHASE TIX HERE:
http://www.mycommunitytickets.com/organization_info.asp?orgid=1521

FOR DIRECTIONS & FURTHER INFORMATION:
http://www.onethousandpulses.com


Peter Biedermann has been playing guitar, composing and performing live since 1977, both solo and in his bands PING and White Light. PING started out as an instrumental guitar duo with Ian Smit in 1984; the idea then, as now, was to combine acoustic and electronic elements and create electroacoustic soundscapes originally developed by the likes of Robert Fripp, Brian Eno, Jon Hassell, and David Torn (who produced PING's 1987 cassette-only release). In 2000, Biedermann's focus shifted to writing, performing and recording solo guitar pieces, many incorporating a hybrid style of acoustic & electronic ambient soundscapes composed in real time. 2002 brought forth the incorporation of rhythmic elements albeit with more modern electronic processing equipment, the results documented on three recordings: White Magick (2002), Centerpoint (2004), and Live—April 19, 2004 (2004).

Biedermann's work moved into yet another phase with the addition of Jim Stagnitto on trumpet, flugelhorn, keyboards and laptop electronics, an ensemble which became the group White Light, who issued two recordings in 2005. It is this continuous bridging of categorical worlds, of recontextualizing the guitar into regions partially familiar yet adjunct, that provides the artistic motivation for Biedermann's continually reinvented persona.

> www.peterbiedermann.com
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• • • • •

One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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ONE THOUSAND PULSES presents

An Evening with NORTHERN VALENTINE

SATURDAY MAY 22
 
DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE @ 8 PM

ADMISSION: $15 advance ticket • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

PURCHASE TIX HERE:
http://www.mycommunitytickets.com/organization_info.asp?orgid=1521

FOR DIRECTIONS & FURTHER INFORMATION:
http://www.onethousandpulses.com



Hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Northern Valentine is an experimental ambient/post-rock group that consists of the husband & wife team of Robert and Amy Brown and a host of multi-instrumental musicians who join them from time to time. A typical Northern Valentine live setting often features band members switching instruments several times during the performance. Their music is largely improvisational, blending traditional and non-traditional electric and acoustic elements, allowing their sound to span from quiet, meditative drones and soundscapes, to loud and fuzzy instrumental post-rock. Their sound has drawn comparisons to artists from Labradford, Windy and Carl, and Stars of the Lid, to Eluvium, Ennio Morricone, Seefeel and Spacemen 3.

The group started recording music in 1997 and compiled countless hours of material, leading up to 2004, when they released their debut, Pictures from the Lake on their own label, followed shortly in 2005 with Forest in the Sky. Both of these recordings feature a nearly percussion-less, often tribal/ambient sound that represents a more structured and planned approach to music. 2008 saw the release of the utterly sublime, gauzily atmospheric The Distance Brings Us Closer on Silber Records, representing the first Northern Valentine recording composed entirely of improvised music. The album features heavy effects layered upon electric guitar and loops, as it delves into powerful instrumental music comprised of dark, industrial drones and jazzy, piano-laden soundscapes. Recent years have also seen releases on the Gears of Sand imprint, where the band's monolithic tone sculptures go from cosmic murk to terrestrial fug sometimes within the same lengthy pieces. Augmented by the band's arresting and often disturbing home-made films, a live Northern Valentine performance conjures quite palpable near-hallucinogenic dreamstates.

> www.northernvalentine.com

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One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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ONE THOUSAND PULSES presents

An Evening with ROBERT RICH

SATURDAY MAY 15
 
DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE @ 8 PM

ADMISSION:
$15 advance ticket • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

PRE-PAY & SECURE YOUR RESERVATION BY CLICKING HERE:
http://www.mycommunitytickets.com/organization_info.asp?orgid=1521

FOR DIRECTIONS & FURTHER INFORMATION:
http://www.onethousandpulses.com


Robert Rich hardly needs an introduction to members & trawlers of this forum. No doubt across three decades and over 30 albums, Rich has helped define numerous electronic music genres, be they ambient, dark-ambient, tribal and trance, yet his music remains hard to categorize. Part of his unique sound comes from using homemade acoustic and electronic instruments, microtonal harmonies, computer-based signal processing, chaotic systems and feedback networks.

Rich began building his own analog synthesizers in 1976, when he was 13 years old, and later studied for a year at Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), releasing his first album, Sunyata, in 1982. Most of his subsequent recordings came out in Europe until 1989, when Rich began a string of critically acclaimed releases for Fathom/Hearts of Space, including Rainforest, Gaudν, Propagation, and Seven Veils, in addition to the two esteemed collaborations with Steve Roach, Strata and Soma. Rich has also worked with fellow luminaries Alio Die, Brian Lustmord & Ian Boddy, all of which yielded their own particularly fetching & expertly designed topographies.

Live albums such as Calling Down the Sky and the three-CD set, Humidity, document the unique improvised flow of his performances. As anyone who has witnessed him on stage over the last 20+years, a live Rich performance is an often stunning sensorium of liquified electronic textures underpinned by multi-kulti rhythms, wind instruments, languid washes of guitar and numerous other exotic acoustics, an experience not to be missed.

http://www.robertrich.com
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• • • • •

One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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Hello to all:

Announcing OTP's May Sweeps, comprising a veritable trifecta of innovative electronic musicians whose performances promise to be some of the highlights of our already eclectic schedule:

> MAY 8 — SPYRA • Germany's finest current import, marrying keyboard/synth prowess to innovative prog style-shifts, post-Berlin School tropes and contemporary rhythm/space trucking. www.derspyra.de

> MAY 15 — ROBERT RICH • Rich's dynamic body of work is already sui generis in the electronica community, culminating in the densely-woven tapestries of his recent Ylang, tribal exotica from the fourth world bleeding across landscapes etched in silicon beauty. www.robertrich.com

> MAY 22 — NORTHERN VALENTINE • Pennsylvania's premier spheric drone masters, using guitars, drums & keyboards to create strangely hauntological climes of twilight zone shadings, dark stars of the id. www.northernvalentine.com

Seating is limited for all our events, and as pre-sales have already begun, it is strongly advised to purchase tickets in advance to secure a reserved seat — do so here:

www.mycommunitytickets.com/organization_info.asp?orgid=1521

And, of course, for all further info: www.onethousandpulses.com

We hope to see you here!

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ONE THOUSAND PULSES presents

An Evening with SPYRA

SATURDAY MAY 8
 
DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE @ 8 PM

ADMISSION:
$15 advance ticket • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

PRE-PAY & SECURE YOUR RESERVATION BY CLICKING HERE:
http://www.mycommunitytickets.com/organization_info.asp?orgid=1521

FOR DIRECTIONS & FURTHER INFORMATION:
http://www.onethousandpulses.com


Having transcended such genre stereotypes as Berlin School, post-techno, and krautrock, Wolfram der Spyra has steadily assumed a rightful position as one of Germany's finest exporters of progressive electronic music. Born in the early 60s, Spyra's fascination with radiowaves & broadcast signals, filtered through Eno-esque ambience & 90s dance rhythms birthed his first recording, Home Listening is Killing Clubs. As a regular participant at such festivals as E-Live and Hampshire Jam, Spyra's forged partnerships both live & in performance with Bernd Friedmann, instrumental builder Robert Rutman, Detlef Keller & Mario Schonwalder, as well as playing as part of the Ricochet Gatherings musicians collective.
 
Spyra's chroma-key atmospheres and tense rhythmic patterns eventually led to a continuing affiliation/collaboration with pioneer Pete Namlook & his Fax imprint, though from the 90s up until today Spyra's produced a slew of fine recordings for such labels as Wigwam, Manikin & Ricochet Dream. His most recent Fax release, January in June, seamlessly marries keyboard prog wizardry to his patented analog fundamentals, demonstrating Spyra's chameleonic habit of straddling numerous soundworlds, a rich, powerful blend of layered post-Tangerine Dreamisms and dense percussive workouts.

> Official Spyra site / www.derspyra.de
> Ricochet Dream / www.ricochetdream.com


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One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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ONE THOUSAND PULSES presents:

An Evening with DON SLEPIAN

SATURDAY, APRIL 24

DOORS 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE 8 PM

ADMISSION: $15 advance tix • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

FOR TICKET PURCHASE, DIRECTIONS, & FURTHER INFO:
www.onethousandpulses.com • thousandpulses@verizon.net


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OTP is pleased to present longtime electronic music pioneer Don Slepian.

Described by Rolling Stone magazine as "one of the genre's major talents", Slepian's live electronic concerts have been sponsored by radio stations, scientific groups, computer societies and universities, and his recordings broadcast on National Public Radio via the syndicated program "Music From The Hearts of Space".

A consultant on computer music for Yamaha International, Bell Telephone Laboratories, and Bell Communications Research, Slepian's technical articles have been published by the National Radio Institute and industry bible/magazine Electronic Musician. He has produced many fine recordings, most notably Sonic Perfume and Reflections (both originally released on the legendary Audion label), long acknowledged as classics in their field.

Appearing to effortlessly merge synthesizer technology with elegant classical stylings now for nearly four decades, Slepian's body of work has been described by The Newark Star Ledger as "...a dazzling smorgasbord of computer sonorities, all of them fascinating, some of them achingly beautiful...undisputably a master of his medium."

> http://www.donslepian.com

• • • • •

One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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ONE THOUSAND PULSES presents:

An Evening with ERALDO BERNOCCHI

SATURDAY, APRIL 10

DOORS 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE 8 PM

ADMISSION: $15 advance tix • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

FOR TIX PURCHASE, DIRECTIONS, & FURTHER INFO:
www.onethousandpulses.com • thousandpulses@verizon.net



Eraldo Bernocchi first emerged in the mid 1980s as part of the famed underground group Sigillum S. After spending the decade building a cult following throughout Europe and the US, the 90s saw Bernocchi steadily expanding his musical partnerships and endeavors. Collaborations with Italian artists such as Afa and Almamegretta, as well as the formation of multi-media company Verba Corrige Productions with Petulia Mattioli raised Bernocchi's profile and began to showcase his eclectic sensibilities.

Besides becoming a sought-after remixer, Bernocchi's launched his SIMM project, and found time to collaborate with such stalwart colleagues as Mick Harris, Bill Laswell, Toshinori Kondo, Harold Budd, & Thomas Fehlmann. In 2009, Bernocchi co-founded Rare Noise Records, whose first releases included new work from Laswell-collaborator/guitarist Buckethead's Death Cube K persona, a new project from Laswell called Method of Defiance, Meditronica (Paolo Polcari and Ashtech) and Bernocchi's Parched duo with Davide Teiso. Throughout these pursuits, Bernocchi expertly navigates the varied sonic contours mapped across the blasted landscapes of beat-intensive electronica, drum 'n' bass, dubstep, and blackhole atmospherica. He promises to bring both a set of deepest ambient & rhythmic complexity to his OTP debut.

> www.eraldobernocchi.net

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One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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One Thousand Pulses presents:
An Evening with JOZEF VAN WISSEM

SATURDAY, APRIL 3

DOORS 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE 8 PM

ADMISSION: $15 advance tix • $18 at the door

LOCATION: 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA • 201.316.5403

FOR TIX PURCHASE, DIRECTIONS, & FURTHER INFO:
www.onethousandpulses.com • thousandpulses@verizon.net



OTP is pleased to present composer and lute player Jozef van Wissem, renowned for his unusual approach to the renaissance and baroque lute, cutting and pasting classical pieces, reversing melodies, and adding electronics & processed field recordings to the lute’s rich, historic soundfield.

The unusual wedlock of composition and improvisation creates an unheard amalgam of contemporary folk and late renaissance music. van Wissem has accomplished the strange feat of bridging the idiom of 17th-century lute literature and 21st-century composition. Although he uses subtle electronic sound manipulation, van Wissem has largely stayed faithful to the particular timbre, resonance and playing technique of the lute. Yet his music does not progress in a traditional linear fashion, nor does it lead to predictable climaxes.

In addition to being a composer, van Wissem runs the Incunabulum label and performs extensively around the world, has worked with improvisor/guitarist Tetuzi Akiyama, sound-sculpturist Maurizio Bianchi, experimentalists Smegma, among others, and has lectured at at Wesleyan universtity, Mills College and Cambridge University on “the liberation of the lute”.

http://www.myspace.com/vanwissem

One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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One Thousand Pulses presents: An Evening with RICHARD LAINHART

SATURDAY, MARCH 6

DOORS 7:30 PM • PERFORMANCE 8 PM

ADMISSION $15 advance tix • $18 at the door

LOCATION 9 Edward Place, Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677 USA

FOR TIX PURCHASE, DIRECTIONS, & FURTHER INFO:
www.onethousandpulses.com • thousandpulses@verizon.net • 201.316.5403


Well-versed in the varied applications of his beloved Buchla boxes, yet equally agile on numerous synths, keyboards, vibes, and guitars, Richard Lainhart has been reorganizing the topography of tone and texture for over 30 years. Lainhart has performed and worked with John Cage, David Tudor, Steve Reich, Phill Niblock, David Behrman, and many others. His 1987 debut recording, These Last Days, remains an unsung classic of post-academic computer music thanks to its beguiling, animated sequences, charged momentum, and subtle reorganization of electronic and acoustic sounds. Since childhood, Lainhart has been interested in natural processes such as waves, flames and clouds, in harmonics and harmony, and in creative interactions with machines, using them as compositional methods to present sounds and images that are as beautiful as he can make them.

One Thousand Pulses is a home concert series featuring artists operating throughout the spectrum of electronic and experimental music. From our base in northeast New Jersey, we provide a truly dynamic, connective, and resonant experience for both performer and audience, the foundation for a broad-based network of similar venues initiated on local, regional, and national levels.

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One Thousand Pulses Presents

AN EVENING WITH POGUS PRODUCTIONS

FEATURING
AL MARGOLIS, TOM HAMILTON & JACQUELINE MARTELLE

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20TH
DOORS 7:30 PM • SHOW 8 PM

Active under the nom de disque If, Bwana for over 25 years, Al Margolis was a vital component of the 1980s American cassette underground. Originating as Sound of Pig, Pogus Productions, after trading analog tape for digital disc, has released a significant body of important work by pioneers such as Pauline Oliveros, David Rosenboom, Rune Lindblad, Annea Lockwood, Ellen Fullman, and, of course, Mssrs. Margolis and conceptual sound manipulator Tom Hamilton. The label’s artists share an uncompromising desire to explore the narrow canyons separating electronic improvisation from electroacoustic composition, plus all points nestled somewhere in-between. Together, expert knob twiddlers Margolis, Hamilton, and flutist Jacqueline Martelle fold and spindle their instruments to yield a veritable cubist art for the ears. • www.pogus.com

Tickets are $15 in advance via Paypal, $18 @ the door.

Visit the OTP website to purchase tickets, get directions & for further info.

Hope to see some of you here!

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hello to all:

thought i would return to more active posting on the hypnos forum by announcing some exciting plans for 2010.

i am launching a home concert series for electronic and experimental music called one thousand pulses. these exclusive events, hosting an eclectic mix of electronic and experimental artists from across the categorical spectrum, will take place in my home in northeast new jersey, just north of new york city.

to purchase tickets and for further information:

— Official site: www.onethousandpulses.com
— Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/One-Thousand-Pulses/193816200641


here is the 2010 calendar line-up thus far:

JANUARY 30th — Stone Document

FEBRUARY 20TH — Pogus Showcase featuring If, Bwana (Al Margolis), Tom Hamilton & Jacqueline Martelle

MARCH 6 — Richard Lainhart

APRIL 24 — Don Slepian

MAY 8 — Spyra

MAY 15 — Robert Rich

MAY 22 — Northern Valentine

JULY 17 — Spitznagel

AUGUST 7 — Gears of Sand Showcase featuring Ben Fleury-Steiner, Mikronesia & William Fields

AUGUST 28 — Experimedia Showcase featuring Jeremy Bible, Billy Gomberg, etc.


we hope to host some additional artists of note for the fall/winter season as well — those dates will be posted on the otp sites once finalized.

artists interested in performing at an otp event can contact me at: thousandpulses@verizon.net

more to come!




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hello to all:

a quite varied assortment of titles now up for grabs on da 'bay which might peak the interests of some of you forumites:

http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/ubikman

includes great compilations of way OOP techno & idm/electronica & ambient, plus artist full-lengths.

thanks for looking!

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hello all:

huge, varied assortment of CDs now up and posted on ebay, with more to follow.

here's the link:

http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/ubikman_W0QQ_nkwZQQ_armrsZ1QQ_fromZQQ_mdoZ

a very large assortment here, crossing ambient, techno, drone, experimental soundscape, etc.

thanks for your interest - happying bidding!

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Been trying to track down a copy of Ken Martin's "Berlin Impressions Vols. 1 & 2" CD (Space for Music), even so far as trying to get one from the artist himself, with no luck. I'm looking for the original version on the Space for Music label (I don't do downloads, so I'm not interested in going the Musiczeit route). Anyone willing to sell a copy (trades considered as well - send your list) please get in touch offlist at eimag@verizon.net - thanks!

- darren b

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Everything and Nothing / rare muslimgauze for sale on ebay
« on: March 04, 2009, 08:41:38 PM »
not sure how many of you forum members go for the music of bryn jones, but i have liquidated my muslimgauze collection, some of the more unusual of which are now ripe for the picking, with a few more to follow:

http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/ubikman

happy hunting - thanks for looking!

- darren b

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