• Local
  • indie
  • electronic
  • experimental
  • noise
  • lo-fi
  • avant-garde

Some call it sample-based music, some audio manipulation, I've also heard it referred to as "drop." Regardless, Blunderphonics is my way of paying respect to John Oswald and his 80s and 90s era Plunderphonics. The "Blunder" part comes from a band I was in some years ago, The Blunder Children (taken from the movie Tape Heads). When we quit, I began using the handle, Blunder.  I use samples, beats, riffs, heads, and found sound to structure something new. Its recycling in a way. I choose my

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