Experimental, avant-garde, improvised, noise, electronic, headphone music. Supporting Australian Sound Art.

Playlist 11/12/09 Lucas Darklord

1. Spektr – Near Death Experience [ Candlelight Records ]
2. William S. Burroughs – Dead City Radio [ Island Records ]
3. BOK Darklord – BOK Darklord [ Alias Frequencies (field recording – Sydney, 1990’s) ]
4. Blood Duster – Fisting The Dead [ Dr. Jim’s Records ]
5. Peter Gabriel – Passion [ Realworld Records (from “Alien” 20th Century Fox) ]
6. When – Drowning But Learning [ Tatra Records ]
7. Alexander Scriabin – Le Poeme de l’extase, Op. 54
8. Blathudah – Unreleased promo tape, mid 90’s
9. Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene [ Polydor ]
10. Captain Beefheart – Trout Mask Replica [ Reprise Records ]
11. Alma Riddle – The Wolf Folk Collection
12. Satyricon – Rebel Extravaganza [ Nuclear Blast Records ]
13. Pain Killer – Buried Secrets [ Earache Records ]
14. Dodheimsgard – 666 International [ Moonfog Records ]
15. Tom Waits – Night On Earth [ Island Records]
16. J.J. Ballentine – The Wolf Folk Collection (field recording – Sydney, 1990’s) [ ]
17. William S. Burroughs – Dead City Radio [ Island Records ]
18. The Cure – The Top [ Fiction Records ]
19. William S. Burroughs – Dead City Radio [ Island Records ]
20. Mr & Mrs Barry Sutterfield – The Wolf Folk Collection [ ]
21. Burzum – Det som engang var [ Cymophane Productions (from “Alien” 20th Century Fox) ]
22. Alymysto – Atomgrad [ Onyxia Records ]
23. pernicious sovereign – With, Dead and Grind [ Crypt Designers Guild ]
24. Alchemist – Jar of Kingdom [ Shock Records ]
25. Jeff Waynes – War of the Worlds [ Columbia Records ]
26. Burzum – Det som engang var [ Cymophane Productions (from the Wolf Folk Collection) ]
27. Carcass – Reek of Putrefaction [ Earache Records (from the Wolf Folk Collection) ]
28. Ulver – Nattens Madrigal [ Century Media ]
29. Lucas Darklord – Televisualisations [ Crypt Designers Guild ]
30. Anathema – A Natural Disaster [ Music For Nations (from the Wolf Folk Collection) ]
31. Katatonia – Brave Murder Day [ Peaceville Records ]
32. Dave Phillips – A Collection of Curses [ Blossoming Noise]
33. William S. Burroughs – Dead City Radio [ Island Records]
34. Amber Asylum – Frozen in Amber [ Elfinblut]
35. Venom – Black Metal [ Neat Records]
36. Lucas Darklord – Remix Culture 2 [ Crypt Designers Guild]
37. Moonspell – Under the Moonspell [ Adipocure Records]
38. The Beatles - The Beatles [ Apple Records (from the Wolf Folk Collection) ]
39. Cephalic Carnage – Exploiting Dysfunction [ Relapse Records (field recording) ]
40. Head Like A Hole – Spanish Goat Dancer [ Wildside Records ]
41. Peter Gabriel – Passion [ Realworld Records ]
42. Iron Maiden – Powerslave [ EMI ]
43. Sole_Obscvrato – Sole_Obscvrato [ unreleased ]
44. Bogus Blimp – cords.wires [ Jester Records (field recording) ]
45. Zweizz – Yawn of the New Age [ Vendlus Records (from the Wolf Folk Collection) ]
46. Sole_Obscvrato – Sole_Obscvrato [ unreleased ]
47. Anathema – The Crestfallen EP [ Peaceville Records ]
48. William S. Burroughs – Dead City Radio [ Island Records ]
49. Brutal Truth – Need to Control [ Earache Records ]
50. Alchemist – Jar of Kingdom [ Shock Records (field recording) ]
51. Christbait – Yeast [ Dr Jims Records ]
52. Kill-Joy – Archive 2004-5
53. Mother Eel – vs Nickelback [ Crypt Designers Guild ]
54. Furze – UTD: … [ Candlelight Records ]

ELEVENELEVEN :: 23 LUCAS DARKLORD

Guest Programmer
Lucas Darklord
corporatemanifestations.com

Lucas Darklord is the Les Hiddins of the Electro-Activist Underworld. Based in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, Lucas Darklord oversees the world’s largest unlisted company and holds radical views on the future of capitalism and life both within and without cultural and social constraints.

When asked to curate this broadcast, Lucas Darklord decided to, broadly, serve a selection of sounds that Eleven11 listeners may not have heard before. After being confounded by the petty limits of time and duration, Lucas Darklord settled on broadcasting excerpts in favour of complete works. Further, Lucas Darklord found that it was not possible to simply play each selected piece.

After months of solid research, a machine was devised to play pieces of the selected works, where the machine makes the decisions about when to stop and start a work. Further, because we desired it, and as it actually gives a perspective from Lucas Darklord’s interior, additional paths were developed for the sound to travel along. Along these paths the sound picks up the prickly and sticky seeds of weeds, tangles with ghostly shadows of the source sound and generally is forced through a range of pulsing and excessive filters and devices of constraint, restraint and rewonderment. The results are not any form of destructive remix, merely the most restraint Lucas Darklord is capable of.

Note: Almost all works presented here are excerpts, and all have had additional sounds and textures (sourced from the original recordings) incorporated into the work. No disrespect is intended to the fine work originally rendered by the creating artist/s.

An addition to this broadcast can be found at http://corporatemanifestations.com

ELEVENELEVEN joins Alias Frequencies
http://aliasfrequencies.org/radio/eleveneleven

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