It will take at least another fifty years before audio sculptures like AgnÃ¨s Pe’s Mitt PatÃ© will be recognized as fully independent art forms, and probably receive world wide exposure.
Why fifty years? Well, it is because daughters generally love their mothers. AgnÃ¨s and her generation are in their twenties now. In 2066 people might recognize how in the years 2010-2020 the last millennium kids operated far away from a world defined by opinionaters, commercialists and headlines.
Listen to Mitt PatÃ© and you see colors, many colors, as you can see in a toy shop or in a Japanese pop video. A toy shop nostalgic? Maybe. A shopping mall antropologist? Perhaps.
But for sure, someone who reshapes her impressions with curiosity and joy as her tools.
And with a good ear, a really very good ear.
Listen to the show. It tells the story far better than I’m capable of.
Here’s the playlist
Breakdancing Ronald Reagan – Simi-Charmed Life
Madeline Merkey – Every Incident
Renard – Sting
Senadorm – Bufanda de mierda
The Kingâ€™s Singers – Il est bel et bon (Passereau)
Stefano Balice – Prosodia al vapore
Placido Domingo – I fucking hate airports
Have you ever had a dream like this
Fabian PorÃ©e – Words donâ€™t come easy
Secrets of the 45 – Moon Song
Combovercat – Oops! (My save file is corrupted)
Isteronproject – motivo di squilibrio per conigletti orecchiabili
G. S. Sultan – v.Â ~2
Luca Miti – Plouton (Prologos Parados)
Crank Sturgeon – Sp;lort
AG Davis and Steven Briston – Thorazine
Smidi Maxx – Fuckin Midi
Free Piano Lessons for Kids – Lesson 3 – Piano Posture & Engine (Hoffman Academy)
BBC – cricket sound effect
Soviet electronic music from 1932. The â€œVariophoneâ€
BBC – day of the week jingle Friday
BBC – day of the week jingle Saturday
BBC – day of the week jingle Sunday
Temporal Pain – Waves Hit
Adi Gelbart – Beethovenâ€™s Emperor Concerto
Spiritual Scratchers – Scratching with Jesus
Mignight disco – drum solo
Curt Lazers – Lalalalalalala
Graham Lambkin – Horse Play