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“It's known as "plunderphonics," and it consists of stealing snippets of audio from a vast variety of sources and bending it to uses the original artists or speakers would hardly dare to imagine.”
“John Oswald has been experimenting with a process he calls 'plunderphonics' for some years now.”
“Click below for links to the torrents and let the plunderphonics begin!”
“I came across the tapes from artist John Oswald of plunderphonics fame.”
“Otis Fodder and Mildred Pitt are returning with another plunderphonics album on Illegal Art (Negativland, Girl Talk, Steinski).”
“As I mentioned earlier, plunderphonics usually entails taking what seems to be normal music and making it strange.”
“Sometimes, despite the intently lackadaisical sound palette, the individual tracks rub up against each other in vaguely unsettling ways: slurry phone chatter goofiness leads into Elizabeth Fraser’s elfin glossolalia into Plaid’s blippy computer pop into a bit of Moebius-strip plunderphonics courtesy of the Tape Beatles.”
“Faced with a restless crowd and the threat of a lukewarm shower of the £3.50 a pint variety, the man whose parents most probably didn't bless with the name Ergo could just look back at his decade-long recording career and pluck out the many sound collages he created for Radio 3 or Resonance, snippets of his installation work or one of his collaborations with fellow plunderphonics whizz People Like Us. He could throw in TV and radio themes or a crowd-pleasing cover version: maybe a cut from 2003's Ergo Phizmiz & his Orchestra”
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