The French Situationalist movement of the 1960s for the most part has been ignored here in the United States, but its call to re-examine art, media, and culture has been taken up by writer/poet 99 Hooker and the musicians that make up rev.99. Their “environmental improv,” Turn A Deaf Ear mixing rants with new experimental improvisation exists as a document of a sonic cultural jamming.
Parts of this disc feel as if it were consumed in fire. The musicians Ernesto Diaz-Infante and Chris Forsyth from San Francisco and Brooklyn respectively collaborated with the duo of Japanese ‘noisician’ Akio Mokuno and ...read more
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