both forward and back in history

Michael Vincent Waller offers miniatures after La Monte Young, short duration works that hold the seed-syllables for long duration extemporisations; unlike the seeds cooked by Young, Waller’s mentor of five years, Waller allows his five pieces to expire upon tracing

both forward and back in history

Michael Vincent Waller offers miniatures after La Monte Young, short duration works that hold the seed-syllables for long duration extemporisations; unlike the seeds cooked by Young, Waller’s mentor of five years, Waller allows his five pieces to expire upon tracing

excite the ions

I always find it hard to make audible what I want to hear, so I’ll be playing and think, this is o.k., and this is kind of interesting. But it’s never what I had in mind. I’ve finally accepted that.

excite the ions

I always find it hard to make audible what I want to hear, so I’ll be playing and think, this is o.k., and this is kind of interesting. But it’s never what I had in mind. I’ve finally accepted that.

the idea of fields

People should accustom themselves to the idea of fields, and to look upon everything, even an abstract idea, as a centre, surrounded by zones, auras or spheres of the same nature as the centre, only more attenuated and shading off

the idea of fields

People should accustom themselves to the idea of fields, and to look upon everything, even an abstract idea, as a centre, surrounded by zones, auras or spheres of the same nature as the centre, only more attenuated and shading off

supernatural sounds

And in any case there are no supernatural sounds nowadays. Villiers de L’Isle-Adams, L’ever Future, 1866 Christian Wolfarth sensed the potential for drums and cymbals to be sounded in ways that can confound the ear without a  trace of gimmick

supernatural sounds

And in any case there are no supernatural sounds nowadays. Villiers de L’Isle-Adams, L’ever Future, 1866 Christian Wolfarth sensed the potential for drums and cymbals to be sounded in ways that can confound the ear without a  trace of gimmick

brutal vnemo

Tomaž Grom, the 42-year old Slovenian double bassist, can evince real concern for his instrument, even from a seasoned listener like myself. Sam, Za…, his remarkable home-recorded solo bass document from November 2013, has sections of such tortuous attack and

brutal vnemo

Tomaž Grom, the 42-year old Slovenian double bassist, can evince real concern for his instrument, even from a seasoned listener like myself. Sam, Za…, his remarkable home-recorded solo bass document from November 2013, has sections of such tortuous attack and

after the age of frozen hearts

A kind of Ice Age spreading, filling valleys… you can walk in it Live in it, drive through it then it melts away For whatever spaces After the age of Frozen hearts. Gary Snyder, Mountains & Rivers Without End Richard

after the age of frozen hearts

A kind of Ice Age spreading, filling valleys… you can walk in it Live in it, drive through it then it melts away For whatever spaces After the age of Frozen hearts. Gary Snyder, Mountains & Rivers Without End Richard

this is the one song / everyone would like to hear

Ange ou Sirène, Qu’importe, si tu rends, — fée aux yeux de velours, Rythme… Charles Baudelaire, Hymne à la Beauté By the time I was ready to write about Robert Curgenven’s remarkable Sirène: Selected Pipe Organ Works 1983-2014, a look

this is the one song / everyone would like to hear

Ange ou Sirène, Qu’importe, si tu rends, — fée aux yeux de velours, Rythme… Charles Baudelaire, Hymne à la Beauté By the time I was ready to write about Robert Curgenven’s remarkable Sirène: Selected Pipe Organ Works 1983-2014, a look

scatter concrète

                                   Is this living / blown into breeze / scatter concrete / the jagged metal bad life. Costis Drygianakis has been making music for several decades, documenting his projects sporadically, and generally escaping the notice of most outside of

scatter concrète

                                   Is this living / blown into breeze / scatter concrete / the jagged metal bad life. Costis Drygianakis has been making music for several decades, documenting his projects sporadically, and generally escaping the notice of most outside of