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Hoofus and Moss Covered Machines: Audio Visual Transmission Guide #39/52a - A Year In The Country
A while ago I wrote about the "psychogeographic folk" computer game Edgelands by Marshlight Software aka Andre Bosman aka musician Hoofus. On further exploration I found this description of Hoofus' work on their website: "Hoofus uses drifting oscillators, overlapping frequency modulation, ragged percussion and a sense of tactile interaction between performer and machines to create music of wayward eerie wonder. Drawing on ideas of edgelands and peripheries and the intersecting of wilderness with urban / industrial spaces, Hoofus explores the uncanny beauty of the intangible, the occult and the arcane seeping through into the post-industrial 21st century world of reason and corporate compliance." Interest piqued, as they say.