Many thanks to Avant Music News for making Transparent Points on Four Axes a pick of the week.
New, and available for free download from the netlabel Pan y Rosas–Transparent Points on Four Axes. Transparent Points on Four Axes is a layered, electroacoustic studio collaboration from double bassist Daniel Barbiero, percussionist and multi-instrumentalist Ken Moore, and modular synthesist Dave Vosh. Each track began with a ground layer of a composed or improvised performance … More new from pan y rosas
Thanks to Avant Music News for including Non-places in its Best of 2017 roster of releases, and for giving Lunge an honorable mention. (And congratulations to Sam Byrd for having Who Doesn’t Fade make the Best-of list too!)
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
An excerpt from Lunge, my collaboration with Ken Moore, serves as the soundtrack for this fine video from Canvas + Huck. The featured artist is object-maker Anousha Payne.
Many thanks to Avant Music News for selecting Lunge as a pick of the week.