Auricular Audio Magazine #10

by Various Artists

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A trip back into the experimental music scene of 1991 - George Bush #1 was still running the country, Clarence Thomas was up in front of a Senate Subcommittee having his love of porn shared with the nation and experimental music was alive and well in San Francisco and the world over.

On this compilation Nux Vomica serves up a track featuring early members Cliff Neighbors and dAS of Big City Orchestra, L.X. Rudis and Brian Coburn do a political two step with the president, L.X. then joins Alan Herrick of Nux Vomica to manipulate some senate hearings, and Evan Sornstein - of Battery and later Nux Vomica - shares a live recording of St. John the Baptist all amidst some of early 90's drone and experimental that had just started filling the scene at the time.

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released January 1, 1991

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Auricular Records Glastonbury, Connecticut

Auricular Records is a small independent label and netlabel located in Glastonbury, CT - originally founded in the San Francisco Bay Area of California over 25 years ago (1989). We specialize in ambient, dark ambient, drone, soundart, musique concrete and difficult music. ... more

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