|1||Yoyooyoy - Aeldgammel Begivenhed||0:10:23|
|2||Yoyooyoy - Brandbart Flammehav||0:10:39|
|3||Yoyooyoy - Spruttende Struktur||0:06:31|
|4||Yoyooyoy - Organisk Anatomi||0:10:06|
|5||Yoyooyoy - Reduktiv Forsamling||0:10:29|
Stream recordings of Barely Accurate, a live performance by the Danish music collective, Yoyooyoy, featured in an article by Daniel Spicer in The Wire 345.
Barely Accurate (Bevægeligt Akkurat in Danish) is a compositional game written by the members of Yoyooyoy in collaboration with the poet Rasmus Graff and artist Claus Haxholm. Yoyooyoy are: Toke Tietze Mortensen, Johs Lund, Andreas Führer, Anders Lauge Meldgaard.
Barely Accurate was premiered at Copenhagen's Kunsthal Charlottenborg on 5 March, 2011, featuring Sons Of Good (Leif Elggren and Kent Tangred) and then performed again at the Louisiana museum in September 2011.
Each piece of music composed and performed during Barely Accurate is documented by one Polaroid photo and a sound recording (streamed above).