Many thanks to Expose for a kind review of Now/Here, the latest release in the ever-fruitful collaboration with Cristiano Bocci.
As part of a larger project–more about which later–I’ve been revisiting and revising some essays published by Arteidolia. Now posted are new, improved versions of Graphic Scores & Musical Post-Literacy; Free Improvisation & How It Means; and Improvisation: Experience: Self-Disclosure.
Yves Tanguy’s late painting Imaginary Numbers is a dark, enigmatic work of memory and foreboding. I explore what it might mean in May’s Arteidolia.
As part of a larger project, I’ve been revisiting, revising and/or updating several essays published by Arteidolia. The revised essay on asemic writing, Writing Pushed Beyond Writing, is now up. With more to come.
Great thanks to Don Campau’s No Pigeonholes EXP radio show for including a track from In/Completion on part 2 of the 15 April episode. It’s Don’s usual fine bit of DJ’ing, with lots of good sounds.
New in Perfect Sound Forever, Field Recording’s Intimate Ghosts, a consideration of field recording as a kind of eavesdropping.
Today Bandcamp once again waives its fees for purchases of music–which means more money goes to the artists. Please consider picking up an album or two today and supporting the artists whose music has helped us get through these strange times. (And a heartfelt thanks to all of you who’ve supported my own music with … More it’s another bandcamp friday…
Many thanks to Avant Music News for naming Timekeepers Map the Already Gone as a pick of the week.
A new album on Bandcamp–Timekeepers Map the Already Gone, a collection of solo pieces for double bass recorded in December 2020 and January 2021. It’s a return to roots of sorts, a set of relatively short, lyrical sketches based on modes or motifs. Dedicated to the memory of Kevin O’Meara (1979-2020) and places that no … More timekeepers map the already gone
swifts & slows no 10 features Jeff Bagato‘s trash-based visual poetry, with my text commentary. Also included is Dialogues 3, a film with spoken word by Chris Lynn and Una Lee, which opens with a brief solo piece of mine.