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Darryl Hell

Darryl Hell

Darryl Hell


Darryl Hell (sektor 6 kommunikatons, Abstinence, Emergency Broadcast Network, Operation:Mindwipe) is a veteran multimedia artist, documentary maker, artivist, underground journalist / archivist. In the early 70's he began dj'ing and exploring audio 8-track recording experiments. By 1976 he began playing bass guitar and in 1981 he joined the New Jersey punk band Public Disturbance. This happened simultaneously as he was honing his skill as a hybrid collage dj / turntablist. Read more on Last.fm
Darryl Hell (sektor 6 kommunikatons, Abstinence, Emergency Broadcast Network, Operation:Mindwipe) is a veteran multimedia artist, documentary maker, artivist, underground journalist / archivist. In the early 70's he began dj'ing and exploring audio 8-track recording experiments. By 1976 he began playing bass guitar and in 1981 he joined the New Jersey punk band Public Disturbance. This happened simultaneously as he was honing his skill as a hybrid collage dj / turntablist. Winter 1986 brought about the creation of Abstinence, New Jersey's first industrial project in the vein of Einstuerzende Neubauten, Sisters of Mercy, and Skinny Puppy. Hell was instrumental in nurturing a hardcore industrial scene in New Jersey. Hell began working with video in the early 1980's.

The current video production partnership of s6k Media and Wolfgang Busch Digital Video Prods. began in 1991. In the early 1990's Hell was granted the privilege of heading the Silent Records (San Francisco) industrial imprint Furnace Records under its highly imaginative leader Kim Cascone. Hell, along with the team of David Grau and Rob Psychotrope, created an American industrial label that explored a broad spectrum of global industrial / experimental music culture. David Grau (with Sheldon Hatch) led their team in bringing Hell's vision to fruition; create one of the first online record release parties...in 1995. In 1996, the call came from Emergency Broadcast Network for Hell to join forces with them.

(EBN were the creators of one of the first midi-triggered video sampling systems.) In 1999, Hell became Director of Acquisition for Urban Box Office, under legendary ex-Motown bossman, George Jackson and technical visionaries Tyrone Thomas and Jonn Nubian. Hell is currently one of the only industrial / experimental turntablists in NYC. In winter 2006 Abstinence celebrated its twentieth anniversary. He continues to promulgate the breadth and historical legacy of industrial / experimental music culture. He is currently technical director and co-founder of chashama arts, NY, lead by artistic director Anita Durst. Hell also works as a teaching artist, creating web-enabled curriculum and empowerment programs for the Urban Assembly School of Music and Art, Brooklyn. copied from http://www.s6k.com/page.cfm?xid=79522598 www.s6k.com Read more on Last.fm.

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