On November 4 I had the pleasure of joining Bourdon–Curt Seiss on electronics and Dani Seiss on flute–for a set at the National Electronics Museum. Here, the finale. Video by Dave Vosh.
New in Arteidolia, The World and Its Double, an essay with accompanying images by Randee Silv.
The latest edition of framework radio, #618, opens with a field recording and introduction made during my most recent trip back north, in late October. The recording was made just before dawn, a quiet time broken only by occasional birdsong and the recordist’s rustling of paper. The photo above was taken nearby, during clear weather … More introducing framework #618
Many thanks to Lost in a Sea of Sound for a very kind review of Non-places. (A sea of sound is most definitely a place one can stay…)
Great thanks to Marc Michael and The Pulse for a very nice review of Non-places. Thanks too to The Voice and Vital Weekly for their recent reviews of Non-places.
A shot of Barbiero-Moore, courtesy of Beth Taylor Photography. An image of Bourdon (+1), courtesy of Chris Videll. Thanks to Dave Vosh for organizing the event; to the National Electronics Museum for hosting; and to all who came out to listen.
Tomorrow night the 2017 Electronica Fest, the annual event organized by Dave Vosh, takes place at the National Electronics Museum, from noon-nine. I’ll be closing the show in a duo with Ken Moore on analogue synthesizer–an instrumental format we used for our recent release Lunge. I’ll also be sitting in with Bourdon, the electroacoustic duet … More 2017 electronica fest at national electronics museum