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T.A.G.C. ‎– Meontological Research Recording Record 1

tagc-station.A.G.C The Anti Group Communications

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The original idea for the Anti Group was devised by A. Newton & ; S.J. Turner (R.I.P) as early as 1978, with the intention of the formation of a multi-dimensional re­search & development project active in many related areas. Research and Develop­ment of sound/film/video/performance and the documentation of each project was the fundamental “Modus Operandi”. Strictly speaking TAGC are not a group, but a variable collection of individuals contributing under invitation and the director­ship of Adi Newton, Underlining this basic idea lays the deeper philosophical and theoretical work of TAGC; The C derived from Communications and to also infer the DNA code of genetics. The primary concern of TAGC is the systematic research and development and documentation and the, expansion of the connections and concepts that are explored and experimented within the fabric of sound, and its theoretical possibilities and its advancement. Also the expansion of Consciousness whether via applied use of computers and audio-visual technology or via arcane systems of Magick or other Occult or esoteric sciences. The last recorded works of TAGC concerned with A.S.B. audio stimulation of the brain, particularly the pieces under the title “A.A.A.” & A.A.A.(Audio Alpha Activity & Accelerated Audio Alpha Activity ) respectively These recordings are available on “Meontological Research Recording Record 1” and “Meontological Research Recording Record 2 – ‘Teste Tones. A.Newton. e.v. Dies Saturni XXII Januaria MMX

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The Anti Group:
The original idea for the Anti Group was devised by Adi Newton and Steven James Turner as early as 1978, with the intention of the formation of a multi-dimensional research & development project active in many related areas.
Research and development of Sound / Film / Video / Performance and the documentation of each project was the fundamental “Modeus Operandi”.
Underlining this basic idea lays the deeper philosophical and theoretical; The first non theoretical action devised by TAG was the Film “The Delivery”, a 16mm triptych projection and soundtrack, and the Anti theatre performance “The Discussion” designed for five tape recorders and multi-video projection systems. These two works were first presented at the “De Doelen” center in Rotterdam on Saturday, September 22nd, 1985. “The Delivery” has been exhibited at the “2nd Atonal Festival” in “The Ballhaus Tiergarten” Berlin, Feb 18th 1985 where the soundtrack was recorded on a mobile 24 track system. This document was released as “T A G* – The Delivery” on Atonal Records.

After these initial performances TAG concentrated on Audio development. it was during this period 1985 to 1987 that the above recordings were realized along with the highly acclaimed Ambisonic Album “T • A • G • C* – Digitaria” which is a Technological and Ethnological work based on the ideas of the Sabean cults of ancient Khem and the Dogon tribe of Mali. Having worked through these areas, it became the next logical step to move into the application of Psychophysics developing the use of frequencies and Psychoacoustics with computer aided technology. Performance of these ideas took place at the 3rd Atonal Festival at “Alte TU-Mensa, Berlin” on December 13th, 1986 and “SO 36” Berlin on Feb 14th 1987 and at the “Museum of Contemporary Art” Prato, Italy on Sept 23rd 1988. It was at this time also that TAG displayed their first Meontological visual experiment “Burning Water”. The recordings utilized in these performances were released as part of a series of recordings entitled Meontological Research Recordings 1 + 2.
“Burning Water” has been finalized for release in CD/Video formats. TAG performances were held at the Electro-Acoustic Music Academy Stockholm, August, 23rd 1990 and at the ARS Electronica symposium on Virtual Reality held in Linz, Austria on September 8th, 1990.

In preparation are Meontological Research Recordings 3 + 4. Recording 3 explores the central ideas expressed in the Coulier Noire and recording 4 centers around the current research project into the development of methods and techniques to aid expanded consciousness in collaboration with R.E.S.T., SpaceTimeTanks and Relaxation Center Chicago, America.
The Anti Group have recently started to return to the Arena after a number of years researching and experimenting with different medias and theoretical concepts, currently working on a number of new releases, and have recently contributed an abridged research document and sound piece for the 3rd issue of Antibothis Magazine.

https://theantigrouptagc.bandcamp.com
https://www.youtube.com/user/TAGCTV
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Anti-Group
https://www.discogs.com/ja/artist/44599-The-Anti-Group


T.A.G.C. – Sonochemistry
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2013/02/09
Meontological Research Recording Record 1
Sweatbox, 1987


T.A.G.C. – Synthesis 54 (Burning Water)

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T.A.G.C. ‎– Meontological Research Recording Record 1
Sweatbox ‎– SAX 013
Vinyl, LP, Album
UK
1987
Electronic
Industrial, Experimental
Test 1
A Sonochemistry 23:54
Stereo PCM Digital Recording
Location-Tu Mensa, Atonal, Berlin
Date-December 13, 1986
A Simultaneous 24tk, Analogue recording was made, and this will be subject to de-coding and post-production testing of low frequencies (below 10HZ) for the cutting stage, Further de-coding includes stereo image and the addition of pure tones, The result will appear as a new recording entitled TESTE TONES.
Test 2
B Synthesis 54 (Burning Water) 23:44
Stereo PCM Digital Recording
Location-SO 36, Berlin
Date-February 14, 1987
TESTE TONES
EROTO PSYCHO MOTOR DISTURBANCES
A.A.A. (Audio Alpha Activity)
MESMERIC REVELATIONS PART 1
Side B is an abridged live version of the soundtrack for a film called Burning Water, recorded February 14, 1987 in SO 36, Berlin. A later version of this track was issued on the Burning Water CD. Both tracks are Stereo PCM Digital Recordings.
Some copies include various correspondence & promo inserts.
SWEATBOX 1987

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