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I've always love the work of WEIRDCORE . I'm a huge Aphex Twin fan and have watched his projections through out the years.  Nice to hear some elaboration on the process.  Wish he got more technical.  It looks like he currently uses Max for his software.

Everybody Dance Now

Read more about it on Motherboard

NEW track "Next To"

I have a new track on a brain dance oriented compilation called "Snare Snacks".  Coming out August 15th on bandcamp and tape.   It's put out by Snareup & Deep Space Objects.  I also created the cover art for the tape.

Snare Snacks by Guidewire


Here is my latest Bandcamp release. BERF is intended to be an experimental series of sonic vomitus to catch all the amazing sounds that aren't amazing enough to be in something more organized. 

BERF 1 by Guidewire

"Where are you? There you are!" (2015)

In 2015 my brother Eric and I had an installation that was part of Popup Downtown in Regina and Nuit Blanche Saskatoon. It was pretty awesome the have the chance to get the chance to try this idea out for the general public.

Thank you #nbyxe15 for letting Ryan and I be a part last night with WHERE ARE YOU? THERE YOU ARE! It was a great experience! A video posted by Eric Hill (@theweirdyears) on Sep 27, 2015 at 4:57pm PDT

Interacting with the installation @nuitblancheyxe. #yxe #art #artinstallation #nbyxe15 A video posted by Carmen Villadar (@digitalfemme) on Sep 26, 2015 at 11:56pm PDT

Install close to finish. @nuitblancheyxe #yxe #nbyxe15 A photo posted by Ryan Hill (@guidewire) on Sep 26, 2015 at 4:05pm PDT

@creativecityctr #popupyqr install day @theweirdyears @terrifide #yqr A photo posted by Ryan Hill (@guidewire) on Jun 6, 2015 at 10:43am PDT

Field Recordings

Awhile back I posted 2 field recordings I've made back in the day.  I was hoping to post more to the bandcamp album in the future.

Door to door
This recording was made back in 2007 when I had first started dating my future wife.  It the journey from my place to hers and had a number of interesting sound moments in it.
Field recordings by Guidewire

Tyvan Cemetery
A sound walk through my fathers home town cemetery.  A variety of lawn mowers and weed wacker sounds.
Field recordings by Guidewire