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Wednesday, August 31, 2011


The Delirious Insomniac Freeform Radio Show has haunted the airwaves of WLUW into the wee hours of dreary Monday Nights since 2008. Host Arvo Fingers uses his lengthy experience as a sleepless madman to wield surrealistic songs and sounds into a slithering swath for 4 hours a week. Presently, "Delirious Insomniac" is also syndicated on RadioKL.Hr in Croatia, with occasional interviews, virtual guest installations, ghost hosts, and radio art. On September 9th, 2011, Arvo Fingers and WLUW will be celebrating the 4th Anniversary of the Delirious Insomniac Freeform Radio Show as well as the release of the first volume of "Delirious Music For Delirious People", a compilation featuring Jarboe, Controlled Bleeding, Zola Jesus, Boyd Rice and Friends, Gary Wilson, BeNe GeSSeRiT, Big City Orchestra, Hans Grusel's Krankenkabinet, and others.

CDs in Digipaks won't be available by the 9th, but professionally printed CDRs in jewel cases will be ready. If anyone would like to make pre orders, the CDRs are $6 postage paid in the USA, $9 postage paid elsewhere. The CDs in digipaks will be available some time after that, and are $8 postage paid in the USA, $11 elsewhere. Feel free to send money through paypal to misterfvckhead@yahoo.com if you would like to pre order this release, orders will ship around mid September.

At this time, less than 150 copies of the digipaks are available and not spoken for. The pro CDRs are now available and will stay in print perpetually.

Monday, August 22, 2011

"333" Reviewed at Animal PSI


Only half-evil, ‘333’ is only half-Noise, the rest a circuit-bent circus of manic rhythms and flamboyant glitch beats. The 60 minute looong-player by Arvo Zylo pays equal time to hi-fidelity Japanoise, hardcore breakbeats, and deep European surrealist absurdity akin to the solo work of Larsen’s Fabrizio Palumbo. While the half-hour intro track feels necessarily fragmented and piecemeal, the second and third tracks (“Deadbeat Deluxe” and “Plasthma”) both integrate nicely these elements into punchy anti-disco. Technicolor and crunchy, the duration hangs together nicely, but with the methamphetamine compulsion of the Industrial pleasure principle. Not to be ingested casually. A self-released, pro-pressed CD available for $9 HERE.

Friday, August 5, 2011

"333" aired on Brian Turner's (WFMU) Radio Show!

Listen to Brian Turner's Radio Show on WFMU, where an excerpt from "Quicksand Eggs of A Beaten Pathos" from "333" was aired along with Alien Sex Fiend, Phill Niblock, Terry Riley/ L'infonie, and Necro Deathmort!

August 9th, with a live performance by the Psychic Paramount, as well as music by Bohren and Der Club of Gore, Abwarts, and Conrad Schnitzler, Brian Turner also played this release: http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/41428