Tag Archives: C. Spencer Yeh

BOMB Magazine — Artists in Conversation
John Wiese by C. Spencer Yeh
http://bombmagazine.org/article/13161026/john-wiese

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REM Festival, Bremen, Germany

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https://www.facebook.com/ReiheElektronischerMusik
http://www.pgnm.de/rem/aktuelles

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John Wiese & C. Spencer Yeh – Compound 7-inch, Von Archives, Italy

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C. Spencer Yeh, Bill Orcutt, John Wiese at The Lab, San Francisco, August 6, 2011. Photo by Suzy Poling

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Triad Towers

John Wiese & C. Spencer Yeh
Bill Orcutt
Pod Blotz

with art by
Suzy Poling
Lisa Rybovich Crallé

at The Lab
2948 16th Street
San Francisco, California

August 6th, 9pm

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Sissy Spacek – Gore Jet CD (Sweat Lung, Australia)

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Recording session 2009.

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Smegma live at The Smell, March 16, 2009. Line-up: Ju Suk Reet Meate, Oblivia, Cody Brant, Aaron Dilloway, Dennis Duck, Ace Farren Ford, Nour Mobarak, Rhian Thompson, John Wiese, C. Spencer Yeh.

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Smegma setlist, March 14, 2009, The Smell, Los Angeles

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Vital Weekly 666
JOHN WIESE & C. SPENCER YEH – CINCINNATI (CD by Dronedisco)

We may know both of them as noise makers and perhaps best to forward to Jliat, but since meeting both artists, on different occasions I think, the curious me thought it would be good to check ‘what they are doing now’. It was nice to keep and investigate further. Wiese plays here ‘electronics, objects, msp, voice, synthesizer’ and Yeh plays ‘voice, synthesizer, electronics, tabletop bass guitar, objects’. The first thing that can be noticed is that there are fourteen tracks here, which range somewhere between one and half minute and six minutes. That’s perhaps I wouldn’t expect. Maybe I assumed three fifteen minutes of straight forward noise. That also doesn’t happen. Surely things are noisy around ‘Cincinnati’, but the two take their inspiration more from the world of musique concrete than from the true noise world. They cut the sounds to pieces, play around with acoustic objects, amplified and recorded with contact microphones, take back in volume when needed and push things up when necessary. Each of the fourteen pieces has its own character, sounding different from the previous or the next, making this a highly varied but also highly interesting CD. This is the kind of the noise thing that gives me a great smile on my face, certainly some of the more funnier pieces using voices and the the nice cover art. (FdW)

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