Interesting point about the (excellent) new episodes of Beavis and Butthead, though I thought that part of the joke of them watching “It’s So Cold In The D” was that it was on their level and they understood it, as opposed to making fun of it.
MONK MIX: Remixes & Interpretations of Meredith Monk’s Music
Slated for release in January 2012.
Be the first to own this extraordinary CD and help us make it a reality!
Check out our video here:
And GET INVOLVED!
· Listen to an intro by producer Paul Miller (aka DJ Spooky)
· Hear samples from MONK MIX
· Learn about the impetus for the project from Meredith herself
· Receive downloads of the tracks prior to the official release date by donating as little as $10.
We have until November 30th to reach our fundraising goal of $15,000, so please consider a contribution today. Any level of giving is useful and appreciated!
Participating Artists include:
Bang on a Can, Björk/Brodsky Quartet, DJ Spooky, Don Byron, Sussan Deyhim, Miho Hatori (Cibo Matto), John Hollenbeck/Theo Bleckmann, Henry Grimes, Vijay Iyer, Karsh Kale, King Britt, Rubin Kodheli, Lukas Ligeti/Pyrolator, Arto Lindsay, Matt Marks (Alarm Will Sound), High Priest (Anti-Pop Consortium), Gabriel Prokofiev, Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth), DJ Rekha & RajStar, Todd Reynolds, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Shodekeh, and Pamela Z.
Visual artist Rob Pruitt is designing a customized booklet for the CD package, and John Schaefer, host of WNYC’s Soundcheck, is providing liner notes.
Thank you in advance for your participation and support!