#386. Independent sound art, radiophonic projects and other audio non-visual misunderstandings and findings.
John Olson and Mike Connelly are joined by longtime member Aaron Dilloway and legendary French experimental musician Richard Pinhas for a special live improv session in the WFMU studios. (2010)
Richard Pinhas has long been regarded as one of France’s seminal experimental composers and musicians. His 1970’s combo Heldon were severe competition for the Krautock first string, and his continual forays into electronic and progressive sounds were highlighted by his Robert Fripp-like approaches to guitar. Over the years Pinhas has produced excellent solo material, influencing many in the ’80s new wave and ambient worlds. Today Pinhas plays electric guitar on Brian’s show sitting in with Michigan’s legendary Wolf Eyes, who know a thing or two about outer explorations. As an added bonus, Wolf Eyes will feature Aaron Dilloway who’s been on the bench for a few years, stirring up some alien weirdness in the WFMU studios today with bandmates John Olson and Mike Connelly.