The Winter 2021 number of IM-OS includes Interpreting Three Open Form Compositions, my description of the processes I used in interpreting three pieces appearing on the In/Completion album.
Now up on Vimeo, the third in a series of dialogues between filmmaker/writer Chris H. Lynn and voice and sound artist Una Lee. As with the previous two dialogues, I’ve supplied the introductory music.
Now/Here, the new Barbiero-Bocci album, has just been released by Acustronica. Available here as a name-your-price download. And our thanks to Lucid Culture for the album’s first review.
Elegy for Time & Space Movement 1, a piece from the forthcoming Barbiero-Bocci album Now/Here, is track 28 on the Unexplained Sounds Group’s 6th Annual Report, a selection of electronic and avant-garde music from 2020 curated by USG’s Raffaele Pezzella.
Many thanks to Avant Music News for giving In/Completion an honorable mention in its listing of the best releases of 2020.
What can you say musically in one minute? That was the challenge Don Campau came up with. And here are the results–Folded Space, a collection of very short pieces to which I contributed. Don artfully put them together individually and as a sequence of musical vignettes.
Endtitles, the label that released In/Completion, has posted an interview with me conducted by the label’s curator, Dominik Grenzler. It’s here; scroll down some to find it (or see here: DB Interview w Endtitles)
In Arteidolia, a two-part essay on poet Russell Atkins. Part One concerns Atkins’ poetics, while Part Two is a close reading of his poem Exteriors, Interiors.
Many thanks to Ettore Garzia for a kind review of In/Completion for Percorsi Musicali, which includes a nice interview with me about the album and about working with unconventionally notated scores in general. Ettore also writes about Now/Here, my forthcoming collaboration with Cristiano Bocci, as well as Anagrammi, Cris’s excellent collaboration for electronics and two … More in/completion reviewed in percorsi musicali
I am one of the guest artists on Jason Mullinax’s intriguing new release High Tide Falling. The album is centered on Jason’s various instruments and electronics and includes guests playing reeds, percussion and strings. I appear on the final cut, Forced Perspective.