Amm's Keith Rowe interview & music 3rd and last episode. Tuesday 27/05 at 8 PM
Publiée le tue 20 may 2014
This is the 3rd and last episode of Amm's former Keith Rowe. The inventer of the tabletop guitar. Composer / improviser, painter ......
Tuesday 27/5 at 8 pm!
Podcast 1st and 2nd episode still online.
Keith Rowe founding member of AMM talking about music and painting. In this first episode he will talks about The secret society, how AMM started, will the mystery of the name AMM be demistified, who he is, how he came into art, influences of mathematics in his live, "The power of nothings", Cornelius Cardews Treatise, AMM's The Crypt, A view from the window.
Keith Rowe (born 16 March 1940 in Plymouth, England) is an English free improvisationtabletop guitarist and painter. Rowe is a founding member of both the hugely influential AMM in the mid-1960s (though in 2004 he quit that group for the second time) and M.I.M.E.O. Having trained as a visual artist, Rowe's paintings have been featured on most of his own albums. After years of obscurity, Rowe has achieved a level of relative notoriety, and since the late 1990s has kept up a busy recording and touring schedule. He is seen as a godfather of EAI (electroacoustic improvisation), with many of his recent recordings having been released by Erstwhile Records.