#14 | "Air.Strike"
By tobias c. van veen
Read by Chris Daub
Part of van veen's series of collateral interventions within the popular Counter-Strike gaming network. Audio from these interventions consists of the gunfire juxtaposed with the singing & surreal ranting through the networked audio of the game. More about the project [pdf]
"It's a Psych-Out!"
A Music Video Blog
By Trace Reddell
MP3 catalog collides with the database of video objects of Trace Reddell's Pharmakopolis Broadcasting Services.
Feb. 6, 2006 | reproduction of
practical Spectacle struggles
Re-State of the Union Address
Jan. 17, 2006 | "McLuhan Electronicus"
Dick Hyman's booty-shaking `69-robotica grooves with material from the ongoing PBS remix of McLuhan's "Medium is the Massage."
Dec. 15, 2005 | "Space Speed Indicator"
New audio from The pHarmanaut fueling the PBS vidhicle.
Dec. 8, 2005 | "Beginning of the Voyage"
Mashing up Timothy Leary's Tune in, Turn On, Drop Out (1967) with selections from the Pharmakopolis video collection.
Dec. 1, 2005 | "Stella by Starlight"
Beat-matching visualization software synched up a sequence of loops siphoned from Ralph Steiner's aquatic morph-fest, "H20" (1929), with this lovely interstellar version of "Stella by Starlight" from Frank Comstock's Project album, Music from Outer Space (1962).
Alt-X Audio RE-Masters
Pioneers of Podcast
Alt-X Audio's history streams back to the going ga-ga days of the mid-90s, when our readouts grow hazy in the smoky word-dub glow. Relive the golden days of net.radio with these essential situational performance webcasts from Mark Amerika and company.
For the first time, you can now download files, remastered for MP3 format and ready to arm the nearest YOUpod for random acts of binary dissonance.
Send us a link to your remix. We'll showcase the best in an upcoming "Alt-X Audio" stream.
Since 1994, tobias has been actively involved in multimedia, tactical net.art, and sound production. tobias has a forthcoming album on and/OAR with tomas phillips entitled If not, winter. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Philosophy & Communication at McGill University. More info at