The venerable Gapplegate Classical-Modern Music Review has a nice review of The Rationale for a Space Telescope. Collaborating with If, Bwana both virtually and live was one of the highlights of the year nearly gone by.
And I’m delighted to see that The Rationale for a Space Telescope, the If, Bwana release that includes my bass on a few tracks, has been named one of Avant Music News‘s best releases of 2014. A well-deserved tip o’ the hat and bow to the artistry of Al Margolis. Augmented Landscapes, my collaboration with Chris Lynn, was given an honorable mention.
Unedited Super 8 films shown concurrently with a structured improvisation for double bass, cello, clarinet, objects, and iPad. Daniel Barbiero (double bass & iPad), Gary Rouzer (cello, clarinet, & objects), Chris H Lynn (filmmaker & objects).
11 December at 7:30 PM. 7500 Maple Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912, USA
photo by Gary Rouzer
Classwar Karaoke Survey 0028 is now out, featuring an intriguing and eclectic collection of experimental sounds, including a preview of a gestural work for prepared double bass I recently composed and recorded. All music is released under Creative Commons license 3.0.
CWK has been releasing experimental music and short films since 2008; this collection, like its predecessors, is well worth checking out.