Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rock
Nigel Bunn is a shadowy figure from the periphery of New Zealand's underground music scene; until now his output has been limited to a couple of tracks on obscure compilation albums. He's better known in Dunedin, his homet... more »
Nigel Bunn is a shadowy figure from the periphery of New Zealand's underground music scene; until now his output has been limited to a couple of tracks on obscure compilation albums. He's better known in Dunedin, his hometown, as a polymath who paints, photographs, makes experimental films, and helps organize art exhibits. Index is culled from years of varied musical experiments. The title track is a stirring fanfare for a looped piano phrase overlaid with distant trumpets. Several paradoxically tranquil pieces are woven from threads of guitar feedback. Others feature percolating antique electronics. Two sullen organ interludes impart an aura of dread, but Bunn's recitations of fragmentary texts in a filtered and sped-up voice are the most disorienting element of all. The album is deftly sequenced so that its disparate elements flow together like a surreal film that one could watch many times without extracting all of its secrets. --Bill Meyer
What music-boxes dream about
boeanthropist | Cambridge, MA | 09/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"INGREDIENTS:1/4 cup oil2 onions, finely chopped3 cloves garlic, minced2 chile peppers, seeded, minced2 cups assorted nuts, bolts and screws2 pocket-watches, cases removed1 pound ground sirloin1 pound coelecanth, flaked2 teaspoons tomato paste2 tomatoes, seeded, choppedSalt and pepper to taste1 lg. robot, peeled, seeded, halvedDIRECTIONS:Set the nuts, bolts and screws in a pan of water at least a day ahead of time to allow them ample time to rust.Heat oil in a large skillet. Saute the onions, garlic, and chile peppers for approximately 10 minutes over medium-low heat. Add beef and coelecanth and cook for 10 minutes, or until no more pink shows. Stir in the nuts, bolts and screws and the tomato paste along with tomatoes. Stir well. Season with salt and pepper.Preheat crematory oven to 400 degrees.Scald robot in boiling water for 15 minutes, making sure to get out all the loose bits of wiring and any stray transistors. Drain well. Grease a large baking dish and arrange robot halves in it. Fill with meat/fish mixture and sprinkle the top with the watchworks. Bake for 30-35 minutes. Serve hot."