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Tim Rutherford-Johnson
Wordmonger, sonophile. Husband to , father of 2. Author, Music After the Fall: Foto by
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Pedro Alvarez 2h
Proud to present the 2nd issue of Directions of New Music – a journal whose creation and implementation has been the main focus of my (honorary) role as Adjunct Lecturer at WAAPA/ during the past 2 years:
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josie duffy rice 6h
Now that we’re all on twitter because of this game, I am making a public service announcement: PLEASE STOP SHARING THAT STORY ABOUT 1500 KIDS MISSING. The outrage I’ve seen is a result of a total misinterpretation and could SERIOUSLY threaten the children you want to save.
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Zubin Kanga 10h
Final few days for my fundraising campaign for Piano Ex Machina, featuring 5 new Australian works for piano and multimedia. I'm almost at my target – all donations are tax-deductible and match funded, and donors get special perks and invites to VIP events
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson 11h
Silent electrical storm over Docklands is super eerie.
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Kris McCann (Psychic) May 26
People are quick to bring up the environmental destruction wrought by the power consumption of Bitcoin. I wonder how the power consumption of tracking and advertising across the web compares. I'm willing to bet that simply by virtue of volume, it's very significant.
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson 14h
Replying to @lilliepharris
Why not both? :-)
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson 14h
Never a bad time for Żubrówka.
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson 22h
Replying to @sarahgailbrand
Will is my go-to baddie voice when I’m reading to the kids.
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson 22h
Replying to @CrossEyedPiano
I love blog juvenilia. It’s a strength of the medium that you can follow the development of someone’s ideas/tastes/style etc. Also: Please don’t read my early stuff it’s awful.
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson 23h
James Dillon, surely?
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 27
Replying to @l_a_dunn
Here you go: It’s pretty hardcore!
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 27
Funny, said pretty much the same thing!
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 26
How is it?
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 26
Right, that’s it. All new operas from now on need to come with an accompanying cocktail.
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Sound and Music May 26
"Craw was a musical revelation for teenage me, but more significantly it represents a transformative moment in the economy and ecology of British new music” - for our Things series, marking 50 years of the British Music Collection
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Philip Cashian May 26
3 visits to from Georg Friedrich Haas, our next composer in residence, who will be working with student composers + culminating in 2 concerts of new work from him + the students.
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 26
Replying to @seanlclancy
They do look good on the shelves, I'll admit.
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 25
Loving the coinage of 'ironicide':
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 25
Forthcoming on : Carl Stone, Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties. Includes a small written contribution by me.
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Tim Rutherford-Johnson May 25
Replying to @tomcoult
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