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***REISSUED ON VINYL!!! The follow up to the Antithesis album from sound explorer KEITH FULLERTON WHITMAN. Consisting of material with a decidedly dark mood overall, Schöner Flußengel embodies Whitman's considerable musical scope, with six tracks that veer from multi-fi drone to computer-guitar-piano trio. Performed with vocals, computer, clarinet, synthesizer, record player, microphone, bell, and guitar.

LP $16.00



***REISSUED ON VINYL!!! Antithesis is an LP-only release of material from KEITH FULLERTON WHITMAN's archives that doesn't fit aesthetically with his upcoming Multiples studio album. The theme for the album is "ensemble works," that is, a combination of instruments played by Whitman himself with no computer interaction. Each piece was recorded in one of the different apartments Whitman has rented since he lived in Boston. Four tracks performed with Fender Rhodes piano, viola, guitar, and percussion.

LP $16.00



***Over the course of a year, KEITH FULLERTON WHITMAN performed a piece of live electronic music a few dozen times entitled "Generator." The debut was given in San Francisco at Root Strata's On Land festival at Cafe Du Nord on September 19th, 2009—over the months that followed, stagings took place in venues ranging from flooded basements to festival stages in Baltimore, Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Easthampton, Iowa City, Jamaica Plain, Northampton, Raleigh, Saint Louis, San Francisco, Somerville and Washington D.C. This LP covers the final two performances of the piece over two consecutive evenings; the opening solo set from the final night of the High Zero festival in Baltimore at the Theater Project, September 26th, 2010, then the performance during the "For Eliane" night of the Propensity Of Sound festival dedicated to Eliane Radigue's work at Issue Project Room, Brooklyn, September 27th, 2010. These recordings show the piece in two different iterations, taking two different trajectories entirely. They're considered the definitive versions of the piece. Composed for, and realized with a scalable selection of digital and analog modular synthesis equipment, "Generator" was an attempt to wrest a viable performance-based music out of what had until then been a solitary set of sound-design tools. The piece grew out of a frustration with the limitlessness of computer-based real-time synthesis and algorithmic/generative systems vs. their utter failure as performance solutions. It hinges heavily on the ideology of the "Playthroughs" system (in that the subtle tuning inconsistencies of a physical instrument—the electric guitar—could be amplified...

LP $22.25

02/28/2012 9120020388313 


***KEITH FULLERTON WHITMAN returns with a document of a live performance recorded during a recent stretch of touring. Lisbon is a summation of a dynamic performance approach that mixes and matches distorted guitars, vintage synths, soundfield manipulation and musical processing. As Whitman describes it: “This recording, captured to hard disk on stage at Galeria Zé Dos Bois on October 4th 2005, is... a single lilting piece of static sine-tone harmonics, squared-off electric guitar haze, clangorous room-tone eruptions, and high-end synth freakouts...”

CD $9.75

04/04/2006 796441809226 


***Multiples was recorded at the Harvard University studios, where a stash of vintage synthesizers and electronics was made available to KEITH FULLERTON WHITMAN (aka HRVATSKI) during his time as a lecturer there. The eight tracks on Multiples flow through hit hat shimmer to skull-scraping electronic tones to interlocking clusters of repetition. This is Whitman’s most inclusive and developed album yet.

CD $14.00

05/16/2005 796441808123 


***A blend of shimmering drones and deep waves of sound composed on laptop computer from recordings of improvised acoustic and electric guitar tracks. Ring modulators, granular re-synthesis algorithms and banks of delays and special effects come together in a process that owes much to Terry Riley's Time Lag Accumulator setup and Steve Reich's Phase Pieces.

CD $14.00

10/29/2002 796441805525