• Pigeon Funk: Blues for Raymond
    Aug 11, 2011 · REMIX · Kudos
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  • Aug 13, 2011 · REMIX · Kudos · Go » Comments

    thanks to kit and sutekh!

    LOOK SEE // August 13, 2011

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  • Aug 30, 2011 · REMIX · Kudos · Go » Comments

    Stems to come when time permits!
    Thanks to Pigeon Funk for the privilege.

    So much detail, flickering in and out, ultra-precise!! I love it.

    slow_thunder // August 31, 2011

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Pigeon Funk is the sandbox of glitch and whim where artists Seth Horvitz and Joshua Kit Clayton play. Rather than drift through minimal techno dubscapes, this music bubbles over with detail and surprise, channelling a prism of musical style. This cut off the The Largest Bird… EP on Musique Risquée is no exception. Seth says: “‘Blues For Raymond’ is the split-semen bastard love child of Blind Willie Johnson, Raymond Scott, and an anonymous 10-year-old breakdancer.” And on what you’ll find in the loop-cut stems: “An obsolete virtual synthesizer called ‘Laverne’ (from the legendary Pluggo set by Cycling ‘74) is lovingly programmed to simulate a robot’s interpretation of a 12-bar blues pattern. The voice of the artist formerly known as Sutekh can be heard moaning, coughing, and rasping throughout.”


Working on a mix of Blues for Raymond: