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Problems LIVE at the Gallery 1412

Time to catch the Problems set at Gallery 1412 on Feb 1st, 2008. You can download this show via the iTunes Music Store. Just type “aphonia” into the search field and you will be able to “rock the party.”

Problems, Paintings for Animals and the Precambrian will have new releases available for sale on the Aphonia Recordings online store.

In other news, an official Aphonia Recordings compilation CD will be released at the next Aphonia Recordings showcase taking place on March 7th, 2008 at Gallery 1412. We hope to see you there!

Problems LIVE at the Gallery 1412

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New Aphonia Recordings Podcast: Paintings for Animals LIVE

If you have not yet subscribed to our podcast on iTunes this would be as good a place as any to catch the Paintings for Animals set at Gallery 1412 on Feb 1st, 2008.

Stay tuned for the Problems podcast as it will be posted here in the news section in the next few days. Also, both Problems and Paintings for Animals will have new releases available for sale on the Aphonia Recordings online store.

In other news, an official Aphonia Recordings compilation CD will be released at the next Aphonia Recordings showcase taking place on March 7th, 2008 at Gallery 1412. We hope to see you there!

New Aphonia Recordings Podcast: Paintings for Animals LIVE

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Aphonia Concert Series 2008 Part II Podcast Released!

As a lot of you may already know the Aphonia Recordings Concert Series 2008 is in full swing and already the turnout has been encouraging. We are setting up a series of shows throughout the year on the first Friday of every month at Gallery 1412 in Seattle. Come on down and enjoy a different grouping of sonic artists every month. Of course we will be offering CD’s for sale and we will most likely be recording these performances and podcasting them throughout the year so make sure to visit this page or subscribe to our podcast. We’d like to thank everyone for their stellar support in attending the shows and making donations, as well as the Seattle Weekly and The Stranger for continuing to list our shows.

As of this morning we are podcasting part ii in the concert series as three separate sets, one for each artist. Starting today, the Precambrian, a collaboration between the Aphonia Recordings founders, Andrew Senna and Ben L Robertson will be listed. The sets of Paintings for Animals and Problems will be listed here in the news section shortly.

You can listen to all three sets now if you subscribe to our podcast on iTunes music store. Just type “Aphonia” into the search and select “official aphonia recordings podcast.”

For now, however here is the Precambrian:

Aphonia Concert Series 2008 Part II Podcast Released!

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Derek M. Johnson video: live @ Rererato (PDX) Sept 2007

Back in September, our favourite cellist, Derek M. Johnson, performed in Portland @ Rererato. Click below for live video action!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Aphonia co-founder, Andrew Senna in blog interview

andrew-sennaAndrew Senna, Aphonia Recordings co-founder, gets interviewed by Vancouver Film School blog guru Jeff Morris.

Follow this link to read the interview and listen to the accompanying tracks by Marriage + Cancer, Desolation Wilderness and Darwinsbitch. Oooo… free downloads!

VFS Blog

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Derek M. Johnson: live recording @ Le Voyeur (Olympia, WA)

Derek M. Johnson (Cello, Electronics, Slides) performing live @ Le Voyeur (Olympia, WA). 16 August 2007. …enjoy…

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KRGA Recording: Live at the Dog Park [Seattle, WA] 8.24.07

KRGA/Thunder Gray Pilgrim performing “A.C.” in all of its 60hz glory at roof-top venue, the dog park (downtown Seattle). A studio version of “A.C.” and other work by KRGA is available on his upcoming release, “Magic Wand”. click here to purchase this release

KRGA Live at the Dog Park [Seattle, WA] 8.24.07

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Aphonia Podcast Part Two – A Chat with Andrew Senna

So here is the 2nd installment of our first podcast.

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Aphonia Podcast Part One – A Chat with Ben L. Robertson

I hope this works. Enjoy us fluffing our feathers in this half informative conversation with Aphonia artists Ben L. Robertson and Andrew Senna. Enjoy their ramblings on psychoacoustics, acoustics, tuning systems, microtonality and other lofty sound/music related nerd stuff.