What's new with TWISTED HELICES?
- May 22, 2010: After a long hiatus, the first track from
Proteomusic: Twisted Music
Inspired by Genomes and Proteomes is now out.
- August 5, 2006: The BC Guys have used the song
Lynno and Reeno as a backdrop to
- April 3, 2005: Still on a hiatus due to the nature of my science. I have been recording and
creating different kinds of music but haven't found time to put it
up yet. In any event, others have been remixing some of the stuff
I've put and I've started creating a list of contributions.
- October 4, 2001: After a long hiatus having to do with my new professorship position, I
finished Renaissance: Art,
Philosophy, and Science, one of my most ambitious songs!
- January 31, 2001: The songs Love: infatuation in a societal
guise and Relationships: the lie within a
sado-masochistic ritual were published as part of the
second alt.music.4-track compilation.
- December 2, 2000: Put up a preliminary version of Renaissance: Art, Philosophy, and
- September 22, 2000: Put up another song, Relationships: the lie within a
sado-masochistic ritual, the third song from Twisting in the Wind.
- August 16, 2000: Put up another song, Love: infatuation in a societal
guise, the third song from Twisting in the Wind. This is a
fairly accessible song and features some interesting acoustic guitar
work, in my view.
- July 22, 2000: After a long hiatus (more than three years), the
second song, Oppression: the
thought police are coming, from the second album, Twisting in the Wind is up,
clocking in under eight minutes. This is a difficult song. The rest of the
album has been written and some of it has been sequenced; the only
thing left to is the actual recording.
- May 5, 1998: Updated
the discography section
to include three compilations featuring TWISTED HELICES' music.
- October 20, 1997: Added a review by David Woycechowsky.
- September 4, 1997: Added a review by Don Donofrio.
- September 1, 1997: Added a review by Michael Stutz.
- July 3, 1997: Added a cool piece of art created by John
Heyer based on the song
Kill 'em All (and Let God Sort 'em
- April 20, 1997: Added a new song, Technology, which marks the beginning of the
next album titled Twisting in the
- February 7, 1997: Added a review/interview
from816.com Music Webzine.
- January 28, 1997: Added a review from Toddio DiY
- November 10, 1996: Two compilations featuring TWISTED HELICES
music, 60 Minutes of Noise and Adventures in Lo-Fi, are
now out. See
the discography section
for more details.
- September 4, 1996: Started a page on a forthcoming (not
necessarily the next) album, Under
the Covers with Twisted Helices. It currently features covers
of Deep Purple's Stormbringer and Camper Van
Beethoven's Love is a Weed.
- September 2, 1996: Added a review from the September issue of
Internet Herald, and made minor changes to the discography.
- August 13, 1996: Added a review by Loser Mowerfiend.
- July 2, 1996: Added a review
from Kathode Ray Music Reviews, July 1996.
- June 17, 1996: Added a review
Banned Thoughts, May 1996.
- June 6, 1996: Added a review
of Twisted Demo (v1.0) from Static #13.
- May 18, 1996: TWISTED HELICES now have T-shirts available. Also, a TWISTED HELICES
discussion list has been created!
- May 6, 1996: Added an interview from DC
Music WWWeb and a review from the Quick Fix Music Review List.
- April 6, 1996: Added a review
from Aiding and Abetting #105.
- March 29, 1996: Traversing a Twisted
Path is officially out on
CD, cassette, and DAT!
- March 26, 1996: The first
review is in, courtesy of Sonic Boom 4.2.
- Marc 23, 1996: My birthday, and Traversing a Twisted Path is
now available in its entirety virtually, as well as on cassette and digital audio tape. The
release of the virtual album means an addition of five songs,
I, the State, am the People,
Morals are Arbitrary,
The Rap of the Morons,
All the Things in My Room, and
The Last Prime, to this site!
- March 5, 1996: Added a review
of Twisted Demo (v1.6) from Gajoob's DiY Report #24.
- February 14, 1996: Added a review of Twisted Demo (v1.0) from the
now defunct TRIPhukt fanzine, and an interview from Cluttertuff #1.
- January 12, 1996: Added a review of Twisted Demo (v1.6), from
Jim Santo's Demo Universe.
- December 17, 1995: Added a
review of Twisted Demo (v1.6)
by Simon Speichert (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- December 8, 1995: Added a review of Twisted Demo (v1.6) from
the DCMusic WWWeb and a review of
Twisted Demo (v1.5) from the Five Cent Review.
- October 20, 1995: Added two new songs, Walking in the Dark, and
Hate Session 2:
Furball in Throat. Also added a review
by Brian Meloon of the Twisted Demo (v1.0).
- September 16, 1995: Added a review
of the Twisted Demo (v1.2) from Twitching Reality #1.
- August 24, 1995: Added a review of the Twisted Demo (v1.2) from
Hoxhacult #9, also added a comment from Hmmm...
- August 4, 1995: Added 4
Primes and Hate Session 1: Song in
Head to the Twisted Demo.
- July 8, 1995: Added Kill
'em All (and Let God Sort 'em Out), which was written in light of
the Exon bill.
- June 17, 1995: Added a review of the Twisted Demo (v1.2) from
- May 28, 1995: Added a Twisted Music Player for playing the
- May 28, 1995: Added two new songs, Emanon and
a cover of Fur Elise.
- May 17, 1995: Added a review of the Twisted Demo (v1.0) from
Independent Music Reviews #27.
- May 9, 1995: Added one new song, I saw Kobain in a 7-11.
- April 1, 1995: Added a review
of the Twisted Demo (v1.0) from Sonic Boom 3.2.
- March 10, 1995: Added two new songs Tick in My Head 1-23)
and Lynno and Reeno.
- February 25, 1995: Added a review of the Twisted Demo (v1.0) by
Margaret Mericle (email@example.com).
- February 21, 1995: Added a review of the Twisted Demo (v1.0) from
Aiding and Abetting #70
- February 13, 1995: Started a list of
radio stations that have played/been playing the Twisted
Demo. Call them and request a selection!
- February 5, 1995: Wrote a little note describing my philosophy.
- January 29, 1995: added a review of the Twisted Demo from the
Spring '95 edition of Improvijazzation Nation.
- January 21, 1995: Started this page with 4 songs. It's
the first band page that lets people judge the quality of
songs immediately after hearing it.
|| Ram Samudrala<