1994 we have been handling experimental material produced in Michigan
and Ireland under the name Small Brain Records. The name was taken from
a math professor (Dr. Steven Drake) who advocated doing things the small
brained way; we agreed.
We express ourselves through our work in diverse fields; experimenting
with the psychological affects of sound and image, freeform improvisation,
composition with, and teaching of new languages like MAX/msp, adio-video
exhibitions, and the medical affects of performance.
is encouraged, as new synapses are always forming.
the Shenanigans pass on the fat and go right for the bone of the
Fat Ra slips out a little nursery rhyme, old
9-12 Brock's new film death
of a legend.mov (10.9MB) is ready to enter your mind, let
May the souls of the departed rest in peace, and those of the
living grow in freedom.
We will be performing the subconscious
amoeba at The Alliance of Michigan State University Composers
new music concert on:
Friday, September 13, 2002
Music Auditorium, Music Building
From soul brother William Kelso a sonic feast, we are proud to
bring you Monty's big day.mp3
Where do we get this stuff? I don't know know and I don't care -
Ohm kittins.mp3 (2.MB).
Here is an interesting piece we pulled out of the files; Nylon
going back to the golden days of the Shenanigans it's Porno..jazz.pm3
be sure to tune in to the next Small Brain Weekly Review,
Tuesday the 27th, from 10-11pm, on WELM
where we'll be showing footage from our 'Traffic Island Tour of 2002'.
"with a start, francis realized he had been daydreaming about
midget dwarf-tossing long enough for several irregular donuts to escape
his scrutiny." read on>>>
Lake Ann.mp3 - piano and tenor
saxophone piece by Kelso and Fat Ra; Fresh from the Studio (4.7MB).
A new release of a Fat Ra classic, bulbospongiosus.mp3
for your ears (3.9MB).
Please join us for "The Small Brain Weekly Review"
every Tuesday evening from 10-11pm on WELM channel 30 (28 on
campus), East Lansing starting August 20.
the Dis-Assembler takes Fat Ra for a trip through the world of VJing
at the recent Liquid
Soul concert, and it was good Lord!
live from Mac's Bar, with Seamas O'Donnell on bass.
welcome August one, we rejoice with the baboon.mp3
the Shenanigans' PisH breaks the
under pressure of local fanatics we bring you Puce
Tide, download the music!
"I like it a lot here in the Garden of Boron -- nobody
expects me to be very useful and I only hafta work when I want
to eat." read on>>>