Tonight Battiti on RAI 3 will be playing two tracks from Now/Here, the new Barbiero/Bocci release. At midnight local time, 6 PM US East Coast time.
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 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
Many thanks to Kevin Press and The Moderns podcast for closing out Episode 131 with Alexis Porfiriadis‘ Spotting Nowhere and Cristiano Bocci‘s Paths, from In/Completion. (Helpful hint–listening to The Moderns while working from home will make three hours of the workday that much more tolerable. Pleasant, even.)
Barbiero & Bocci go to hell–so you don’t have to! Well, not really. But we do have a track on Eighth Tower Records’ collection Demonology in Dante’s Inferno–ours is an audio impression of Malebranche. Curated by Raffaele Pezzella aka Sonologyst, it’s available as a download and a beautiful limited edition CD.
Tomorrow’s webcast of the Unexplained Sounds Group‘s Recognition Test No. 208 features work from an upcoming release of sonic interpretations of the allegorical demons of Dante’s Inferno. One of the tracks to be previewed is a collaborative contribution from Cristiano Bocci and myself. The show will also feature music from Build Your House Underground, a … More the recognition test no 208
Thanks to Massimo of Touching Extremes for taking the time this month to review Wooden Mirrors. Also, just found–this very nice note about Wooden Mirrors from Yamana Note Dreams.
The Unexplained Sounds Group will be including a piece from the forthcoming Barbiero/Bocci album Now/here on its weekly radio show tonight–this afternoon for those of us on this side of the Atlantic. Transmission begins at 9 PM Italian time (3 PM Eastern Daylight Time). TRANSMISSIONS FROM THE BUNKER (40 minutes of Extra Time) Unexplained Sounds … More sneak preview of new music from barbiero/bocci
Many thanks to Raffaele Pezzela and the Unexplained Sounds Group for including two of my collaborations on their 5th Annual Report. From a Concourse, from Cristiano Bocci and my release Wooden Mirrors, is on the CD, while Air over Wood, from The Elongated Path, my collaboration with Steve Ashby, is among the download tracks. Along … More not all annual reports are full of dull columns of numbers…