The Archanoids

The Archanoids
an album of solo and collaborative sound poetries 2005-2010
$10 + S&H

Insert Press in collaboration with 323 Projects and Pleonasm Music is pleased to present The Archanoids, an album of solo and collaborative sound poetries, 2005-2010.

The Archanoids will exist as the inaugural exhibition of 323 Projects a phone gallery visited by calling (323) 843-4652 or (323) TIE-IN-LA. The show is open all day and all night, every day of the week from September 6-October 11, 2010. Featuring all the recordings from the album, 323 Projects phone gallery will present a new track from the album every other day and offer an invitation to callers to participate in a collective sound poem by leaving a message and following an online score.

Pleonasm Music, the net-label run by Christian Cummings, An independent musical community of uncategorizable avant-weird living room minstrels par excellence, will release a free downloadable selection of tracks from the album.

Insert Press is releasing the full album including a 32 page booklet of scores and written work from the album which can be purchased through Insert Press for $10 + S&H.

You can read a preview of The Archanoids written by Joshua Morrison at Fine Arts LA. Shana Nys Dambrot of flavorpill says, "Mathew Timmons is a hard-core collaborator with no regard for traditional boundaries when it comes to mixing media and even entire genres. ... Listen, speak, repeat as necessary."

The Archanoids
Composers (in the order they appear): Robert Darry, Mathew Timmons, Hugo Ball, Gertrude Stein, Christian Bök, Kurt Schwitters, Theodor Seuss Geisel, Luigi Russolo, Claude Gauvreau, Janine Armin, Giacomo Balla & F. T. Marinetti

Performers (in the order they appear): Robert Darry, Mathew Timmons, Sandy Ding, Harold Abramowitz, js makkos, Gary Barwin, Gregory Betts, Janine Armin, Amaranth Borsuk, Amina Cain, Allison Carter, Kate Durbin, Gabriela Jauregui, Stephanie Taylor, Donato Mancini & Christine Wertheim.

Remixes by last nights of paris. Album mixed by Patrick Navarre.

Programming / Audio Engineering of The Arc of Noise collaborative
sound poem by Dan Richert.

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