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
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.
Great thanks to Gert Derkx for a nice review of In/Completion in Opduvel. A translation of the final paragraph, courtesy of Deep-L: Barbiero proves on In/Completion that works based on graphic scores can not only be interesting, but also original, exciting and simply beautiful. The interpretations of the scores by Barbiero contain the necessary feeling … More in/completion reviewed in opduvel
In/Completion, a collection of solo double bass performances of open-form compositions by contemporary composers, is now out on the Endtitles netlabel. The album includes works by composers from Italy, Japan, Greece and the US, and is available as a free download. In Completion PDF Booklet
Great thanks to Chris Richards and the Washington Post for including Electronic Remediations for Double Bass in a nice piece on the variety of music being done in the region during the quarantine.
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.
Many thanks to Avant Music News for naming Electronic Remediations for Double Bass as a pick of the week.
I’m pleased to announce that Plus Timbre has just released Away from the Center Toward X, an album of duets with Will Robin on alto saxophone and voice. It’s available as a free download.
I’m very pleased to announce the release of Electronic Remediations for Double Bass, a remix project featuring seven artists from the DC area experimental music scene. The idea was a spur-of-the-moment suggestion from Jeff Surak to do a virtual collaboration: take a recording of a solo double bass performance of mine and remix and reimagine … More new on zeromoon–electronic remediations for double bass