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Seven Great Sequencer Moments

  That fairly unassuming collection of knobs and circuits above is an analogue sequencer. A device created to allow a musician to…well, basically sit back and generally not do an awful lot. Simply put, each row of switches above is designated to one note generated by a synthesizer with the possibility to then build up […]

Matt’s Playlist 27th February

1. Squarepusher – Just a Souvenir (2008) 2. Steven Wilson – Cover Versions 1 to 6 (2010) 3. Kimara Sajn – Life Stories (2009) 4. Pat Metheny – Orchestrion (2010) 5. Anthony Phillips – Private Parts and Pieces (the whole lot…all 10 of em!) 6. Genesis – Selling England By The Pound (1973…not the remixed […]

Matt’s Playlist 16th January 2010

1. Ralph Towner – Solo Concert (1979) 2. Ralph Towner – Chiaroscuro (2009) 3. Harmonia – Deluxe (1975) 4. Cluster – Sowiesoso (1976) 5. Mike Keneally – Scambot (2009) 6. Magma – Emehntehtt Re (2009) 7. David Bowie – Stage (1978) 8. David Bowie – Outside (1995) 9. Anthony Phillips – 1984 (1981) 10. Art […]

Matt’s Playlist November 6th 2009

The BBC 4 Krautrock documentary caused me to dig out some of my faves that I hadn’t listened to for donkey’s years, which then sent me in the direction of Eno before embarking on a Camel fest via Aphex Twin and more! 1. Harmonia and Eno – Tracks and Traces (1976) 2. Neu – Neu’75 […]

Joff’s playlist 30th November 2009

I’ve added some DVD titles this week, Derailroaded and Glass, A Portrait In Twelve Parts. I bought derailroaded a while back for £4 can you believe. It’s a must see for Zappa fans but be forewarned, it’s a harrowing film! Wild Man Fischer is certainly wild and you just can’t help feeling sorry for the […]

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Welcome to the Troopers For Sound blog, a place for our general thoughts on music and its related industries. Here you will find our monthly playlists and information on records which are expanding our musical minds. Essays on musicians and composers such as Frank Zappa and musings on what we have come to call Stomach Ulcer Music!

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