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Negativland

10 years ago by Jon Solomon
Four years after U2 released The Joshua Tree, Negativland released an EP titled U2. The EP, which included a parody of "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," could easily have been mistaken for another U2 album, since "U2" took up nearly the entire cover of the album and...
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Negativland

17 years ago by John La Briola
With so many alter egos and in-jokes flooding Negativland's Universal Media Netweb (social critic Crosley Bendix, psychiatrist Dr. Oslo Norway and the smarmy Weatherman among them), keeping track of who's who is more of a nuisance than a necessity. Core member Richard Lyons sometimes bullies the pulpit in drag as...
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Negativland/Chumbawamba

20 years ago by John La Briola
To all you Johnny Rebs and Rottens who genuflect to the anarchist's symbol, to every weekend "reactionary" who ever spray-painted the Hester Prynne-sized letter A in an alley, then circled the scraggly looking thing with a hearty, shitfaced laugh -- listen up, little heroes: Recess is over. Your new two-headed...
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Free Negativland Shows at CU's Old Main Theatre

10 years ago by Dave Herrera
Just received word from Nat Kramer, the former host of Radio 1190's Rude Awakening morning show, who's also a co-founder of the Media Production Consortium, that Negativland -- the San Franciso-based band best known for its widely-publicized tiff with U2 -- will be playing two back-to-back shows on Tuesday, December...
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Mark Hosler of Negativland: "Being on the Internet is about sharing the weird shit that you find."

5 years ago by Tom Murphy
Mark Hosler is Denver Noise Fest's headliner for Saturday, April 25th at Rhinoceropolis. Hosler is best known as one of the founding and continuous members of legendary experimental band Negativland. That project earned a lifetime of notoriety for the 1991 release of its U2 EP. That art prank proved especially...
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The Denver Noise Fest 2014 lineup, featuring David Wright and Mark Hosler of Negativland

5 years ago by Tom Murphy
Denver Noise Fest just announced the line-up for its 2014 festival, running Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26. The annual festival is one of the largest and most eclectic of its type in the country. Both nights will feature an eclectic array of noise artists from across the country...
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Dan Deacon on Microsampling, Defying Convention, Upside of Baltimore Unrest

4 years ago by Michael Roberts
Dan Deacon, who headlines the Bluebird Theatre on Tuesday, May 12, makes unclassifiable music that plenty of people insist upon trying to categorize anyhow. His latest album, Gliss Riffer, collects computer-generated music with a stylistic range that encompasses every conceivable genre, as well as some that don't exist yet except...
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Noise music can be accessible and inclusive, as Denver Noise Fest proved

5 years ago by Tom Murphy
Denver Noise Fest is now one of the biggest of its kind in the country. And it isn't just harsh noise. The lineup did not just feature circuit-bending academics. The Festival was a celebration of a love for weird noises, by a wide-ranging group of generous artists...
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Grammy winner Libby Larsen will work with CU Opera on A Wrinkle in Time

6 years ago by Noah Reynolds
The work of composer Libby Larsen is some of the most performed in American history. She created more than 500 pieces of music -- and more than fifty CDs -- spanning every major genre, from opera and chorus, to orchestral and classical. USA Today referred to her as "the only...

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