Robert Fripp has launched a new soundscape project in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic, Music for Quiet Moments.… Read More Robert Fripp Launches New Ambient Project, Music For Quiet Moments
Here’s a live ‘Ambient Frippertronics’ performance, inspired by the Fripp & Eno tape loop albums of the 1970’s.… Read More Waldorf Blofeld Ambient Frippertronics
Sunday Synth Jam: Dream Theater keyboardist and synth designer Jordan Rudess plays an original composition, Greetings Mr. Fripp. Technical Details: Written in flight. Recorded on iPad. Played on GeoShred.
The late BBC DJ John Peel is revered by many for his part in introducing progressive music of all types to British listeners. John Peel (John Robert Parker Ravenscroft, August 30, 1939 – October 25, 2004), was the longest serving of BBC Radio 1 DJs – on air from 1967 until his death in 2004. One of the most… Read More That Time John Peel Played Fripp & Eno’s ‘No Pussyfooting’ Backwards
A rare concert by Robert Fripp and Brian Eno – one of a handful by the two – is now available to order. Live In Paris 28.05.1975 will be released on September 15th and can be obtained from Inner Knot for US customers and Burning Shed for UK and Europe. Here’s what they have to say… Read More ‘Lost’ Fripp & Eno Album, Live In Paris 28.05.1975 Now Available
This track – mcoffman’s Frippertronics I – is an example of iPhone Frippertronics using AmpKit. Frippertronics is a type of realtime audio overdubbing, based on tape loops, where the output of a tape delay is fed back into the recording input. This lets the player create complex, evolving sound sound collages. The technique was used by… Read More iPhone Frippertronics