Without using any expensive equipment, we regard the portable radio as "the cheapest and most powerful synthesizer in the world", connect it to a sampler with unique settings and a digital delay, and develop the performance while forming a loop. Then, the sound revolts and runs away as if the equipment was broken! (* For the secret and the core of this equipment set, refer to the explanation of the main part.) The hip-hop sampling technique is prominently shown in the rhythm side, and in terms of sound output, it is the founder of the turntablist, or It also has the rhythm of "(Steve) Reich meets (Philip) Glass who is exhausted" (writer's talk). It can be said that it is the original
that seems to provoke blockbuster-oriented writers and popular music, but this is what the 1985 recording was! * In 2001, Philip Sherburn called "Devil's Music" "an early mold for techno." This work is based on the original LP of "Devil's Music", "Real Landscape" (1987), which is said to be a "remix" version, and "The Spark Heard'Round The World" (unreleased song), which is an advanced version. 2-disc deluxe version with the addition of. The CD version also includes the latest software version (Mac / Win compatible) that allows you to experiment with "Devil's Music" as an extra program, and a valuable 1987 live performance video. The LP version is a 2-disc set with a double-page spread jacket. Nicolas Collins is an experimental music writer who has been active since the early 1980s, and has the title of professor of music at Chicago University of the Arts and editor of the journal "Leonard Music Journal" for experimental music, while being a beginner. He has a sense of balance that is different from the pedigree-attached contemporary music Puritan, which is to publish the how-to book "Handmade Electronic Music" (not yet released in Japan) for electronic musical instrument production. He has co-starred and co-produced with such faces as David Tudor, John Zorn, Christian Marclay, Elliott Sharp, and David Sea.