Mimeomeme disseminates unusual sound art made by an eclectic collective of artists involved with phonography, no- and low-fidelity recordings, raw digital data, plunderphonics, primitive analog synthesis, noise, infrasound, and tape cut-ups as well as other oblique, not-yet-classified sonic epiphenomena.


Atlatl has been releasing albums since 1989’s self titled debut.
Cracked and humming electronics carve gentle scapes of botched attempts at evolution. Minimal analog sounds stutter and stumble through the maze of the machine creating a disquieting surrealism.
Atlatl currently is Phil Hendricks. Atlatl is mostly a studio project with occasional live performances based in Seattle, WA USA . The new CD release “Draws the Atlantic” scheduled for February 2010 edited and was mastered by Alex Keller.

Steve Barsotti is a sound artist and educator who lives in Seattle. His work includes studio based explorations of sound for radio broadcast, site specific sound installation, and improvisation on electro-acoustic instruments. Steve has performed in the United States, Canada and Europe.

Christopher DeLaurenti is a composer, improvisor, and music writer. About his work, he writes, "My music, the offspring of my love affair with sound, incorporates murky atmospheres, unusual field recordings, everyday speech, and an array of instruments deployed in maniacal recombinant polyphony. I seek not only to capture the ordinary and extraordinary sounds of everyday life, but to bear witness to current crises that touch my conscience and impel me to respond."

Alex Keller creates work in different media, including field recording, sound design, performance, and digital media. His work explores formal ideas of narrative, investigates the relationship between authentic sound events and recorded ones, and uses different experimental production techniques.

Eric Leonardson is a Chicago-based composer, radio artist, sound designer, instrument inventor, improvisor, visual artist, and teacher. He has devoted a majority of his professional career to unorthodox approaches to sound and its instrumentation with a broad understanding of texture, atmosphere and microtones.
Leonardson's interest in creating new sounds for performance and studio composition led to the invention of the Springboard, an electroacoustic percussion instrument made from readily available materials. Its sounds belie its humble origins, thanks to the rich enharmonic timbres of bowed coil springs and the curious sound of the crude wooden daxophones—all amplified by a single, inexpensive piezo-electric contact mic.

Seattle Phonographers Union is a collective of artists that convene to explore the ways in which we recognize, ifferentiate, map, and navigate our sonic environment. Our intent is to move beyond habitual experience of sound and uncover what is foreign in the familiar and familiar about the foreign; to explore what we hear and relearn what we know. Some sounds will be familiar, others less so. Both novel and familiar sounds will be juxtaposed in ways unique to each event. Our intent is to investigate and enrich both our intuitive and analytical relationship with sound. The goal is not to excite, confuse or entertain per se, but to attend to the world, which is much more detailed and diverse than any one person's perception of it."  (from program notes written by Yitzchak Dumiel for the very first SPU performance in 2002)

Meri von KleinSmid has created sound art and experimental music using a variety of techniques and sources, which have included collage and computer-manipulated electronic compositions. Her often quirky work has been described as stunning, uniquely expansive, sparse, and frightening.