A Different Nature
A Different Nature Mission Statement: A Sustained Explorations of New, Experimental Music and Sonic Art
A Different Nature is a curatorial program of genre-defying avant garde music and spoken word that champions historic and modern sound art and spotlights, new, emergent experimental music and audio art generally not heard anywhere else.
The program's format provides the space for deep listening to pieces not confined to pop song lengths and shows are generally focused on an artist, school of music or discipline, record label or art movement.
A Different Nature is a collaborative effort of the ADN Collective, who each curate a show every week on an informal rotating basis, or a group show, depending on the subject at hand.
A Different Nature was founded in the late Seventies by Richard Francis, who fearlessly championed new music and the unheard Avant Garde. His programs went into exhaustive detail on individual artists, labels and musical disciplines. He also spearheaded many important events on the air, such as the 2001 and 2008 Dada and Surrealism festivals that dominated the airwaves for days on end and involved many in the local avant garde community as well as many KBOO programmers.
Richard passed away in 2009 but it's our hope to carry on with his mission of introducing listeners to unheard new music as a collective of his collaborators and listeners.
Long live Papa Dada!
Airs every Monday from 8 to 10 PM
This time on A Different Nature, we delve into the program's past, and play gems from founder Richard Francis' own record collection. It's KBOO's spring membership drive, so A Different Nature listeners will have the opportunity to pledge their support for the station during the program. We have special thank-you gifts to offer new or renewing members: copies of the CD "Hendrix Uncovered: New Music Inspired by Jimi Hendrix", donated by March Music Moderne & Bob Priest.
- Length: 119:47 minutes (164.51 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)
For forty years, the San Francisco Avant-Garde band The Residents have basked in relative obscurity, much of it self-imposed. Their earliest modus operandi had them creating works under their 'theory of obscurity', first coined by N. Senada, who may or may not be an actual person. One aspect of the theory is that a work is created with the intent of never releasing a work until every participant has forgotten about it - or something like that.
Another aspect of the Residents is that they've kept their real identity a secret for many decades, with a few people speaking on their behalf in a business capacity who may or may not be Residents themselves.. Hmmm..
We did, however, manage to get Homer Flynn, The Resident's creative director and visual Major Domo on the phone, while he was, uh, helping the band on the Eastern leg of their Wonder of Weird 40th Anniversary tour.
Homer was more than generous with his time and lots of questions get answered, including a long-time rumour around KBOO's history.
But I'll let you listen to that yourself.
- Title: Interview with Homer Flynn of The Residents
- Length: 37:10 minutes (187.57 MB)
- Format: RIFF Mono 44kHz 705Kbps (CBR)
Kathy, Dr Zomb & Rolf interviewed Edward Ka-Spel of the Legendary Pink Dots for A DIFFERENT NATURE. We conducted the interview at the Doug Fir a couple hours before they performed and aired it on ADN that night. Also thanks to Crystal for digital audio editing before the interview aired.
- Title: Edward Ka-spel interview
- Length: 23:31 minutes (21.53 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Tonight's A Different Nature was a joint effort, celebrating as we were Dia de los Muertos - or Day of the Dead. This was a long-held tradition held by A Different Nature founder Richard Francis, who flew away from us around this time in 2009. Richard's Dia de los Muertos parties were legendary and I dare say, we at least tried and had one heck of a good time.
In attendance were Grace Marion, Christine Homitsu-White, Lyn, Andy Hosch, Rolf and I - plus numerous guests (and invited ghosts).
Andy, Rolf, Grace and I took turns at the board, selecting and playing appropriate songs.
Playlist (roughly, artist/track/album/label)
Antonio Zepeda - Flor Blanca / Amerindia
Antanosy & Mahafaly peoples of Madagascar - Kalokalo / Dancing with the Dead [Ellipsis Arts]
Seka Gamelan Angklung - music for cremation (excerpt) / Kalokalo / Dancing with the Dead [Ellipsis Arts]
Asif Ali Khan - Rone Unaraa / Dancing with the Dead [Ellipsis Arts]
Krzysztof Penderecki - Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima (1960) / Music from Six Continend 1992 Series [Vienna Modern Masters]
Goblin/L'alba del morti/Dawn of the Dead ost/Dagored
Goblin/Zombi/Dawn of the Dead/Dagored
Na Margon/Death's Angel/Death's Angel EP/Bauta
David Bowie/Please Mr. Grave Digger/David Bowie/Deram
Les Vampyrettes [Holger Czukay & Conny Planck] - Biomutanten
Current 93/It's Time, Only Time/Soft Black Stars/Dutro
Grateful Dead & Diamanda Galas - Dark Star / Litanies of Satan [excerpts, mixed with] Dark Star from "Rockin' the Rhein..." (1972, Dusseldorf)
Sun City Girls/Funeral Mariachi/Funeral Mariachi/Abduction
Coil/The First Five Minutes After Violent Death/Gold is the Metal/Threshold House
Nature and Organization/Wicker Man's Song/Beauty Reaps The Blood Of Solitude
Krzysztof Komeda/What Have You Done To Its Eyes?/Rosemary's Baby OST
Ilhan Mimaroglu/To Kill a Sunrise: A Requiem for those shot in the back/Agitation/Locust
Red River Dave/The California Hippie Murders/Murder
Diamanda Gallas/Swing Low Sweet Chariot/You Must Be Certain of the Devil/Restless
David Lynch and Alan Splet/In Heaven/Eraserhead OST
Current 93/A Song For Douglas After He's Dead/Thunder Perfect Mind/World Serpent
"Wrecked Records" Hosted by Dr. Zomb
Avant-garde pieces created solely from the use, mis-use, and abuse of vinyl LP's...
Thanks to Rolf for material
martin tetrault kind of f.j.f. turntable solos v/a cd amoebic
strotter inst. untitled schlepper limited edition 12"
thomas brinkmann untitled max ernst@7 limited edition 12"
matmos lift up your hat quasi-objects cd matador
milan knizak comp. no. 5 broken music cd ampersand
christian marclay excerpt record w/o a cover lp
c.marclay, erik m, dj olive sept. 17, 2000 dj trio cd asphodel
c. marclay, otomo yoshihide suburbia moving parts cd asphodel
c. marclay maria callas more encores cd ReR
c. marclay night music records cd alp62cd
c. marclay christian marclay more encores cd ReR
carsten nicolai untitled sonar endless loop 10" noton
dennis duck jingle d. duck goes disco cd poo-bah
milan knizak comp. no. 2 broken music cd ampersand
comp. no. 3
thomas brinkmann slide of the things klick revolution cd max ernst@7 cd11
c. marclay excerpt record w/o a cover lp
erik m no accident turntable solos v/a cd amoebic
c. marclay, otomo yoshhide sliced and diced moving parts cd asphodel
tony conrad at last excerpt thuunderboy cd table of the elements
merzbow nightingale's song turntable solos v/a cd amoebic
martin tetrault relachement la nuit ou j'ai dit non cd
moodman zzzz... turntable solos v/a cd
turntable orch. wichita lineman live recording, oakland ca 1991
MARCH OF THE LUNATICS - Leonard Pinnario - from The 2 Pianos of Leonard Pinnario (you may remember this as the theme song for Saturday Night Live's classic segments "Bad Ballet", "Bad Cinema", "Bad Opera" (etc) with Dan Ackroyd as Leonard Pinth-Garnell). Offered up by DJ ManRich.
J'AIMERAI JOUER AVEC UN PIANO QUI AURAIT UN GROSSE QUEUE (per piano forte a quaranto mani) - Walter Marchetti - originally on CRAMPS records, reissued on GET BACK label. Offered by Rolf.
TAMARAN - Juan Hidalgo - also originally on CRAMPS records and reissued on GET BACK label. Offered by Rolf.
MOZART'S PIANO SONATA #11 "ALLA TURCA" (with toy piano) - soloist, Eiko Sudoh - Offered by daniel.
CATCERTO - Klaipeda (Lithuania) Chamber Orchestra, soloist NORA, THE PIANO CAT, composer/conductor Mindaugas Piecaitus - Offered by daniel.
SONATAS AND INTERLUDES FOR PREPARED PIANOS , PART TWO - John Cage - written 1946- 1948, played in the 1970s - offered by Dr. Zomb.
Beating, destroying and burning a piano - strange family on youtube showing their kids how to do this (including pushing a piano off of a second-story balcony onto the yard) - Offered by daniel.
brief playing of an out-of-tune piano - Chris - recorded this afternoon at The Immortal Piano Co. on SE Belmont (special thanks to Martha, the owner) - recorded by daniel and danielle.
MUSIC FOR AMPLIFIED TOY PIANOS (1960) - John Cage - offered by Rolf.
STUDY NO. 11, FOR PLAYER PIANO - Conlon Nancarrow - from Studies For Player Piano (box set) on Wergo label (Germany) - offered by daniel
CHOPSTICK CHA CHA - Ferrante & Teicher - from BLAST OFF! album on ABC/Paramount - offered by Dr. Zomb
(here is where we would have played the piece FERRANTE AND TEICHER by Christian Marclay from his 10 inch LP "Encores", a brilliant pastiche of many records of certain artists. Marclay works entirely with turntables, no manipulations on computer or any other parlor tricks. ..anyway, we would've played this here, but we couldn't find it...)
A CUP OF TEA AND A BUN (piano with a toy piano inside) - Steve Beresford - from his 1979 album The Bath of Surprise - offered by Rolf
A Different Nature on 10/04: The music of Shockabilly - Hosted by Rich L.
Rising out of the ashes of avant-garde guitarist Eugene Chadbourne's 70's experimental ensemble projects - including such alumni as John Zorn, Tom Cora, Fred Frith and others - Shockabilly reunited Chadbourne with bass and keyboard player Mark Kramer and percussionist David Licht. The band toured as The Chadbournes, playing a goofy hybrid of jazz, country, bluegrass and psychedelic rock with various sundry musicians joining in (most notably Zorn and Cora). The group eventually was distilled into the trio of Chadbourne, Kramer and Licht, touring along the punk/indy rock network under the somewhat ambiguously descriptive name Shockabilly.
They recorded their first EP on Halloween of 1982. It was a weirdly disjointed collection of covers of rockabilly, garage punk, country songs, with a Beatles cover thrown in for good measure. All songs would shift in tempo, style and not too infrequently fall apart under a fuzzy haze of intense guitar freakout. This seems to have established the M.O. for subsequent albums by them. Shockabilly would run cherished music from the Sixties Billboard charts through their crazed blender, rendering a Hendrix song into a bluegrass breakdown, a Roger Miller song into a demented opera. Occasional originals were often paeans to bad trips or psychedelic ephemera. Shockabilly sounded like the weird little transitional bits in the margins of Mothers of Invention albums or perhaps like an old radio that would shift frequencies suddenly and without warning.
"...Following their hysterical live performances, no attendee could say they had no feelings about what they had just heard. one barfly in Alabama even threatened to go home, get his shotgun, and blow Chadbourne's brains out after hearing the manner in which Chadbourne played a guitar solo in a Hank Williams song. Now THAT's Entertainment..." Shimmydisc website
Shockabilly toured Europe, across the USA and spent time with the not-too-dissimilar Butthole Surfers - all hilariously documented in Chadbourne's tour diaries, which were excerpted in a huge poster included in Shockabilly's penultimate album Vietnam.
Shortly after the release of their final album, Heaven, in 1985, the band broke up. Chadbourne released a torrent of homemade solo LPs and handmade cassettes out of his Greensboro North Carolina home. Kramer went on to form Bongwater with performance artist and Goddess Ann Magnuson and rise to prominence as a producer. David Licht briefly played skins in Bongwater, while also joining such bands as B.A.L.L., When People Were Shorter And Lived Near The Water and The Klezmatics.
While shortlived, Shockabilly was unique. They seemed like a linear link between The Residents, Henry Cow, 80's sludge punk (Butthole Surfers, Big Black, Killdozer) and more contemporary, diverse bands such as The Sun City Girls and Primus, to name a few.
Sadly, Eugene Chadbourne claims Shockabilly was one of his least favorite projects and Kramer has apparently desecrated the mixes on subsequent reissues of the Shockabilly catalog he released on his Shimmy-Disc label. The 2008 remixes seem to have addressed this somewhat.
Playlist (Title - Album - Label):
Georgia in a Jug - Just Beautiful - Shimmy Disc
Eight Miles High - Just Beautiful - Shimmy Disc
Plunger Routine - Just Beautiful - Shimmy Disc
Day Tripper - Earth vs Shockabilly - Rough Trade
Are You Experienced? - Earth vs Shockabilly - Rough Trade
7 + 7 = - Live at Nightshades, Greensboro NC - No label/Boot
Untitled - Live at Nightshades, Greensboro NC - No label/Boot
People Are Strange - Earth vs Shockabilly - Rough Trade
Outro/Rake Routine - Just Beautiful - Shimmy Disc
Purple Haze - Earth vs Shockabilly - Rough Trade
19th Nervous Breakdown - Earth vs Shockabilly - Rough Trade
Dang Me - Colosseum - Rough Trade
The Secret of the Cooler - Colosseum - Rough Trade
60's Medley - Live at Nightshades, Greensboro NC - No label/Boot
Homeward Bound - Colosseum - Rough Trade
National Bummer - Colosseum - Rough Trade
Born on the Bayou - Vietnam - Fundamental
Too Big For Its Cage - Colosseum - Rough Trade
Nicaragua - Vietnam - Fundamental
These Boots Are Made For Walking - Live at Nightshades, Greensboro NC - No label/Boot
Big Money Broad - Live at Nightshades, Greensboro NC - No label/Boot
Psychotic Reaction - Dawn of Shockabilly - Rough Trade
Hard Days Night - Dawn of Shockabilly - Rough Trade
Train Kept A' Rollin' - Dawn of Shockabilly - Rough Trade
Flying - Vietnam - Fundamental
Instant Karma - Heaven - What's So Funny About..
She Was a Living Breathing Piece of Dirt - Heaven - What's So Funny About..
Criss Cross - That's The Way I Feel Now: A Tribute to Thelonius Monk - A & M
Life's a Gas - Heaven - What's So Funny About..
Tray-panning The Man - Heaven - What's So Funny About..
|Xpr Xr & the Orphic Orchestra||Thriller||Vuluptuous Music||Sound Factory|
|Jia Haiqing & Fu Yu||Fish Cooking 1||China: The Sonic Avant Garde||Post-Concrete|
|Wang Changcun||Song Without Words||China: The Sonic Avant Garde||Post-Concrete|
|Ismu||In the Room with Snow||China: The Sonic Avant Garde||Post-Concrete|
|Hu Mage||Edit 2||China: The Sonic Avant Garde||Post-Concrete|
|Fu Yu||Fish Cooking 3||China: The Sonic Avant Garde||Post-Concrete|
|Shanghai Sound Unit||Auctioneers||China: The Sonic Avant Garde||Post-Concrete|
|Beijing Sound Unit||Minibus Pimps||China: The Sonic Avant Garde||Post-Concrete|
|Bai Tian||Wet||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Alice Hui-Sheng Chang||There she is, standing & walking on her own||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Li Jianhong||Sod||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|D!O!D!O!D||A Dark Knife||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Torturing Nurse||Yes Or No||An Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music Vol 6||Sub Rosa|
|Yan Jun||It's More Than Enough||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Hong Qile||j gmc||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|WFDD||Sin||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Juno aka Timmy Lok||Possibilities||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Lin Giang||####||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Stingrays||061020||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Wang Changcun||Through the Tide of Faces||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Wang Fan||Zero||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
|Djun Yao||Psycho Realm||An Anthology of Chinese Experimental Music||Sub Rosa|
electronic and experimental music from China..
|Andrew Hosch||The Grass Menagrie||unreleased|
|Andrew Hosch||Ancestors Descend from the Stars||unreleased|
|Andrew Hosch||Shifting Winds, Shimmering Sand||unreleased 12/31/67|
|Andrew Hosch||Planet of the Ants||unreleased 12/31/67|
|Andrew Hosch||Deep Space||unreleased|
|Andrew Hosch||A Drowning Dream||unreleased 12/31/67|
|Andrew Hosch||A River Runs Through Space||unreleased|
Featured tonight is music of Andrew Hosch, a member of the "A Different Nature" collective, whose production during the 1980s and early 1990s was heavily influenced by listening to the strange sounds that Richard Francis played each week on this KBOO program
|Sainkho Namtchyluk/ Ned Rothenberg||Tovarischi ll- Tallin||Amulet (1996)||Leo Records||www.leorecords.com|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Nick Sudnick||Play 9||Not Quite Songs (2010)||Leo Records||www.leorecords.com|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Introduction||Nomad (2007)||Leo Records||www.leorecords.com|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Night Birds||Lost Rivers (1991)||FMP||www.allmusic.com|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Roy Carroll||Ceremony||Tuva-Irish Live Music Project (2007)||Leo Records||www.leorecords.com|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Dream of Death||Lost Rivers (1991)||FMP|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Nick Sudnick||Title 12||Not Quite Songs (2010)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Letter 3||Letters (1993)||Leo Records||www.leorecords.com|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Title 2||Not Quite Songs (2010)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Deep Blue (Solo)||Nomad (2007)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Ned Rothenberg||What Shakes||Amulet (1996)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Leaving Home||Nomad (2007)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Ned Rothenberg||2nd Dance||Amulet (1996)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Nick Sudnick||Title 10||Not Quite Songs (2010)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Initiation Trio Pt. 1||Nomad (2007)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Ned Rothenberg||Lake Song (Saami Traditional)||Amulet (1996)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Lost Rivers||Lost Rivers (1991)||FMP|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Ned Rothenberg||1st Dance||Amulet (1996)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Tundra Und Taiga||Lost Rivers (1991)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Nick Sudnick||Title 6||Not Quite Songs (2010)||Leo Records|
|Sainkho Namtchylak||Houma||Lost Rivers (1991)||FMP|
|Sainkho Namtchylak/ Evan Parker||Hurzu||Mars Song (1996)||Victo||www.allmusic.com|
|Evelyn Glennie & Fred Frith||A Route of Wolves||The Sugar Factory||Tzadik|
|Evelyn Glennie & Fred Frith||In the World to Change the World||The Sugar Factory||Tzadik|
|Dr. Zomb & Friends||Marin Headlands, part 1 [12/8/86]||Echo Chamber||unreleased|
|Peter Cusak||Fountain Sculpture||Baikal Ice (Spring, 2003)||ReR|
|Lustmord||Pyre (Necro Cristi)||Paradise Disowned||Soleilmoon|
|Fritz Hauser||parts I-III||Sounding Stones||Therme Vals|
|Kuwayama & Kijima||00/10/17d||untitled||20 City|
|Yashuhiro Minamizawa||track 3 (sitar in the rain)||11th (final)||Studio Nirvana|
|Stockhausen; Arditti Quartet||Helikopter-quartett||Helikopter-quartet||Auvidis Montaigne|
|Leland W. Sprinkle||God Be With You Till We Meet Again||The Great Stalacpipe Organ||Luray Cavern|
Tonight's program is titled "Place Is the Space" and focuses on musical performances in unusual spaces.
Concept: Kathy Fors; hosts: Andy Hosch, Rolf & Dr. Zomb.
A Different Nature Presents: Strange Sounds From Sheffield: A Look at Cabaret Voltaire
August 4, 2010
A look at the Dada-infused group from Sheffield UK, Cabaret Voltaire.
Cabaret Voltaire formed in 1973, around Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder and Chris Watson. Initially utilizing minimal electronics and tape to make their highly original sounds, they eventually incorporated Funk, dance and Dub in the mix and released numerous singles, EPs and albums.
Watson left the group in the early 80′s to pursue a career in television and has since gained acclaim as an environmental sound recordist.
Cabaret Voltaire’s output slowed to a crawl in the Nineties and there has yet to be a proper CV recording in this century.
Richard H. Kirk continues to put out releases under his own name, as Sandoz, Biochemical Dread and more.
He has lately said in interviews that the last three or four Cabaret Voltaire albums were the work of himself alone.
Artist-Title-Album (Label, year recorded)
Cabaret Voltaire – Voice of America – Voice of America (Rough Trade, ’80)
Cabaret Voltaire – Do the Mussolini Headkick – Living Legends (Mute, ’78)
Cabaret Voltaire – Baader/Meinhof – Original Sounds of Sheffield (Mute, ’78)
Cabaret Voltaire – The Dada Man – 1974-1976 (Industrial Records ’78)
Cabaret Voltaire – No Escape – Original Sounds of Sheffield (Mute, ’78)
Cabaret Voltaire – Nag Nag Nag – Living Legends (Mute, ’78)
Cabaret Voltaire – Do the Snake – 1974-1976 (Industrial Records ’78)
Cabaret Voltaire – Seconds Too Late – Living Legends (Mute, ’78)
Cabaret Voltaire – This is Entertainment – Voice of America (Rough Trade, ’80)
Cabaret Voltaire – If Shadows Could March – Voice of America (Rough Trade, ’80)
Cabaret Voltaire – Stay Out Of It – Voice of America (Rough Trade, ’80)
Cabaret Voltaire – Red Mask – Red Mecca (Rough Trade, ’81)
Cabaret Voltaire – Split Second Feeling – Red Mecca (Rough Trade, ’81)
Cabaret Voltaire – Sluggin’ Fer Jesus – Eight Crepescule Tracks (Interior Music, ’87)
Cabaret Voltaire – Yashar – 2 X 45 (Rough Trade, ’81)
Cabaret Voltaire – Hallucination Sequence – Johnny Yesno OST (Doublevision, ’83)
Cabaret Voltaire – Do Right – Microphonies (Virgin, ’84)
Cabaret Voltaire – Sensoria – Sensoria 12″ (Virgin/Some Bizarre, ’84)
Cabaret Voltaire – I Want You – Arm of the Lord (Virgin/Some Bizarre, ’85)
Cabaret Voltaire – Hell’s Home – Arm of the Lord (Virgin/Some Bizarre, ’85)
Cabaret Voltaire – James Brown – James Brown 12″ (Virgin/Some Bizarre, ’85)
Cabaret Voltaire – Shakedown – Drain Train (Doublevision, ’86)
Cabaret Voltaire – Taxi Mutant – International Language (Instinct, ’92)
Cabaret Voltaire – Soul Vine (70 Billion People) – Plasticity (Instinct, ’93)
|Julián Carrillo||Concierto para Piano en Tercios de Tono||JC-004||Sonido 13||en.wikipedia.org|
|Julián Carrillo||Preludio a Colón||VVN/11/LD||Voz Viva de México||paginas.tol.itesm.mx|
|Julián Carrillo||Balbuceos para Piano Metamorfoseador "Carrillo" en Diesiseisávos de Tono||VVN/11/LD||Voz Viva de México||paginas.tol.itesm.mx|
|Julián Carrillo||Concierto en Cuartos y Octavos de Tono para Violoncelo||JC-004||Sonido 13||www.youtube.com|
|Julián Carrillo||Primera Sonata en Mi Menor||VVN/11/LD||Voz Viva de México||www.britannica.com|
|Julián Carrillo||Dos Piezas para Cuarteto de Cuerdas: 1- Meditacion; 2- En Secreto||Colección Hispano Mexicana deMúsica Contemporánea No. 4||Centro Independiente de Investigación Musical y Multimedia||www.mexconnect.com|