Friday fumblings

Sisters With Transistors: Pioneers Of Electronic Music, a new documentary (via NPR). See also Electronic Music Experimentation in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock (via Synthtopia). Sort of related, The Manual (How to Have a Number One the Easy Way), the KLF’s legendary 1988 book, now available digitally via MeFi Projects. Cheaper than an original printing / photography by Ben Blossom / photography by Lewis Ronald / music by Exhalants / stone carving by Ayako Furuno / music by Maeve / Tome to the Weather Machine, a music blog / photographer Ken Ohyama’s Cutouts of Japanese Urban Buildings at Spoon & Tomago / a collection of Control Panels / Everywhere At The End Of Time Stages 1-3 on vinyl, by The Caretaker. Related, I can’t get you out of my head. Adam Curtis is back. More info / this is how the Internet Archive digitizes books / Gyotaku is the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, ‘the record of the fisherman’s catch’ using the fish itself as the printing plate.

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