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.
The Beach Sloth blog has a nice review of Lunge–our first one. Many thanks to the Sloth.
Thanks to Don Campau for playing a track from Lunge on No Pigeonholes EXP. Don’s show featured a number of new releases from Pan y Rosas–definitely worth a listen.
Lunge, a second collaboration with Ken Moore, is now out on the Pan y Rosas netlabel. On our first collaboration, Frequency Drift, Ken played tam-tams. For Lunge, Ken played analogue synthesizers in a live improvised session at Last Resort Studio. Download it for free here. (And be sure to check out some of Ken’s current and archival recordings here.)
Cover art by Ken Moore.
Thanks to Avant Music News for naming An Eclipse of Images one of its favorite releases of 2016, and for giving Frequency Drift an honorable mention.
(Full disclosure: I write for AMN but am not involved in making selections for end-of-year lists.)
Thank you to Vuzh Music‘s C. Reider for having included Frequency Drift on the year-end list of notable netlabel releases. And for the astute comment on the music. Reider’s own music is always stimulating and solidly grounded–if you haven’t checked it out yet, please do.