Al Margolis has been putting out essential electroacoustic work under the name If, Bwana since 1984. The Rationale for a Space Telescope, If, Bwana’s new release, features Al’s electronic enhancements of Viv Corringham’s voice, Nathan Bontrager’s cello and my double bass. Al has an uncanny ear for the expressive possibilities of lower-pitched instruments; when … More the rationale for a space telescope
A new piece up on Percorsi Musicali, Notes on the Music of Sound II: Timbral Music & Plastic Values. This is the second of a multi-part set of notes on timbral music. The first part is here.
Happy to hear that Augmented Landscapes has been named an Avant Music News Pick of the Week… …and that zeromoon has just reissued Not One Nor, now with a bonus track included.
zeromoon has just released Augmented Landscapes, a collaboration featuring field recordings by Chris Lynn and sounds from my double bass, prepared double bass, and granular synthesizer. From the liner notes: Augmented Landscapes is a collaborative work melding acoustic and electronic sound elements with field recordings. The acoustic element is provided by double bass and … More new release on zeromoon