”They emit electrical signals of around 40 hertz, which sound like a buzzing, irritating noise played back as audio files. I used some specialist software to distinguish the signal within the noise - and to produce sound from within each peak that is closer to the frequency of a human voice and…
Ars Sonora: Monográfico: Exposición “Escrituras en libertad” (11 abril 2010)
GÓMEZ DE LA SERNA: El orador (4’13’’). HUIDOBRO: Canto VII (1’55’’). NO-DO: Un extraño concierto (3’21’’). GOERITZ: Pocos cocodrilos locos (1’26’’). CASTILLEJO: The Book of i’s (frag.). FERRER: Espectáculo/Olucatcepse (17’12’’). VALCÁRCEL-MEDINA: Conversaciones telefónicas (frag.). CARRIÓN: A Book (frag.).
"The story behind this recording is shrouded in mystery, but the local history texts claim that a Black Flag roadie recorded the entire show, cut out the middle sections of all the songs, and the subsequent stage banter and guitar intros/outros were released as an Ecstatic Peace single. The legacy of the recording is impressive, to say the least. It was sampled by the Beastie Boys on one of their records ("Because you’re wild, man….. WIIIIILD!") and it’s got more quotable one-liners than a Monty Python movie."