About ten years ago, I got to see musician and composer Philip Jeck perform in Dublin. He’s best known for a 1993 live performance called Vinyl Requiem, which involved 180 record players operated by three people, creating an 80-minute musical experience made entirely from looped sounds on vinyl. What I saw was a significantly scaled down performance of looped samples built up over the set, but it was enough to be a memorable comment on...
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