I was invited by Pedro Bericat at Mute Sound to contribute a piece to the ’1 Minute Autohypnosis’ mail art / online project. ‘Cut Up Flexi Disc #1′ a new 1 minute sonic art work can be found on CD 20 track 11:
A split 3.5″ floppy disk single with Robert Ridley-Shackleton is now available on the great Hungarian label Floppy Kick:
A reissue of a personal favourite from 2012 Huff Paint To Reach Enlightenment a collaboration with Blue Spectrum (Simon Wilson) is now available as a CDr on his new label/project Blood Diamond Music:
Acrostics Meet by Michael Ridge and Hal McGee available now on HalTapes!
“UK based multimedia artist Michael Ridge (Zebra Mu) joins Hal McGee on this light-hearted, lo fi and offbeat transatlantic microcassette collaboration. Featuring an eclectic array of sound sources intricately patch worked together over two 30 minute tracks. Whilst listening expect to find amongst other things- heavy rainfall, Monotron synths, Buddhist chant box, Steim Cracklebox, ticket machine, group improv jam, 19th Century Crank, barking dog, wind up music box, conversations, DVD player, canine squeaky toys, circuit bent children’s toys and urination.”
More information on this release here:
Available to buy now via Hal McGee’s Bandcamp page:
I’m pleased to announce the release of ‘Heavy Kisses’ a compilation CDr released on the superb Hissing Frames. Featured are The Blue Spectrum, David K Frampton , Robert Ridley-Shackleton and myself (as Zebra Mu). Noisy, weird and interesting material throughout – each artist on top form in my opinion!
Excerpt from my track ‘Warning Siren / Minimal Intervention’:
You can pick up a copy from the label here:
A new audio work Solo for Voice, Body and Microcassette Recorder and accompanying text score will be featured in ‘Music, Embodiment and the Body’ an installation being exhibited at the Sounds Sonic Festival, Firstsite, Colchester 2nd – 3rd November!
More information on this exciting event can be found here:
The Museum Of Microcassette Art (MOMA) is a microcassette audio mail art project by audio artist and experimental musician Hal McGee.
Life at 2.4cm/s is my contribution to this fun project!
For more information, listen to both sides and check out the other contributions click on the link below: