Category Archives: music writing

Terry Jennings: The Quiet Sense of Something Lost

  Things Happen In Moments, Not Measures When Terry Jennings was 20 years old, in December 1960, he was invited to present his music in Yoko Ono’s Manhattan loft, along with fellow composers and close friends Richard Maxwell, Terry Riley

Terry Jennings: The Quiet Sense of Something Lost

  Things Happen In Moments, Not Measures When Terry Jennings was 20 years old, in December 1960, he was invited to present his music in Yoko Ono’s Manhattan loft, along with fellow composers and close friends Richard Maxwell, Terry Riley

somashikiba

It is helpful, but by no means essential, to recall Tsunoda’s background in painting when listening to these recordings made in a five year period (2010-2015) in the Kanagawa prefecture. Helpful in bringing the ineffable quality that limns every one

somashikiba

It is helpful, but by no means essential, to recall Tsunoda’s background in painting when listening to these recordings made in a five year period (2010-2015) in the Kanagawa prefecture. Helpful in bringing the ineffable quality that limns every one

storm’s coming!

The Next Delusion Sextet make barometric music, fluctuating, at times crushing gale force streams of energy music for our times. The three woodwind, three percussionist noise wall presses and roils, maintaining the sort of pressure you feel when the air

storm’s coming!

The Next Delusion Sextet make barometric music, fluctuating, at times crushing gale force streams of energy music for our times. The three woodwind, three percussionist noise wall presses and roils, maintaining the sort of pressure you feel when the air

an echo of nothing

Things derive their being and nature by mutual dependence and are nothing in themselves. Nagarjuna Earlier this year I was asked to submit an essay to the journal Reductive on the issue’s theme interior silence. Reductive’s mission statement reads as

an echo of nothing

Things derive their being and nature by mutual dependence and are nothing in themselves. Nagarjuna Earlier this year I was asked to submit an essay to the journal Reductive on the issue’s theme interior silence. Reductive’s mission statement reads as