Surface Noise Vol. 6 + more on Shame File music/mailorder

Jenny Barnes/Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, David Brown, Nigel Brown, Tim Catlin, Rosalind Hall, Michael McNab ‘Surface Noise Vol. 6’ CDR – The sixth volume of this split live series showcases two of the most extraordinary vocalists working today. Jenny Barnes embodies an emotive solo psychodrama of language and utterance, recorded live at Melbourne’s Make it Up Club early in 2017. Backed up with Alice Hui-Sheng Chang leading an ensemble of some of Melbourne’s most skilled improvisers through a spatially-aware piece, recorded at Conduit Arts in 2015. A great sample of live exploratory vocal-orientated works from the Melbourne scene.
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The Surface Noise series so far:
Vol. 1 – cleaninglady/Klunk
Vol. 2 – Cat Hope / White Drummer (sold out, download available)
Vol. 3 – Joe Musgrove / Makro & Hetlev
Vol. 4 – Ben Byrne & Rosalind Hall / Anthea Caddy & Matthew Davis
Vol. 5 – Dotabata / Llara Isabell Arena
Vol. 6 – Jenny Barnes / Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, David Brown, Nigel Brown, Tim Catlin, Rosalind Hall, Michael McNab.
Vol. 7 – out soon
And new titles on the mail-order:
Michael Sheridan “Scaleshack” CDA digital release of the original SCALESHACK tracks from ltd. ed. cassette’s I & II. Includes mixes by Simon Polinski and Dave Job. Record engineering by Michael Sheridan and Rik Rue. All tracks digitally remastered by Oscar Gaona, EMI Studio 301. Most high definition quality. 
At the time that these original tracks came together, 1988/89, I was playing in the machine-driven band NO, and the classic guitar trio, Dumb & the Ugly. SCALESHACK was a forum where I could let the guitar ‘speak for itself’. The tunings and implements used were what made the sounds unique. How I directed these sounds and how the mix engineers balanced these sounds, achieved the creative result – Michael Sheridan
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Sheridan Solo Project “Digital Jamming” CD Michael Sheridan – guitar improv featuring guests: Jon Rose (violin), and Jim Denley (alto sax). High amplitude CD jamming ffwd/rwd, forms the ‘noise- rhythm section’ for guitar improv meets: Pantera, Penderecki, The Melvins and Zeni Geva. Composer Brooke Shelley collaborates on the digital Requiem Chorale for Jamie Fielding. Includes a hidden track – Michael Sheridan
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Order these and more from http://ShameFileMusic.com
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