Tonight’s show Profiles the Works and Research of Composer James B. Maxwell – http://www.rubato-music.com/home/rubato-music.com.html
James’ intriguing research involves the creation of generative tools for the composer based in cognitive and perceptual models as apposed to western music theory models. His compositions span and broad range from electro acoustic to new music chamber works and sustained collaborations with […]
A omnivorous deselection of excerpts from Brady’s vinyl collection, all up for grabs.
Bill Evans – Summertime – Melvin’s Pond (excerpt), Summertime
Rodger Whittaker – Whistling Around the World – Russian Whistler
Gene Close – Close Encounters , Star Trek (excerpt)
Best of TV Hits Vol II, Love is all Around, The Monkees Theme
Medenski Martin & Wood – The Dropper – We […]
Daniel Martin Diaz drawing
Ruhlmann/Clement – blood and memory No.32 – SCORES & MARKINGS
Dincise – craigs stroke No.2 – SCORES & MARKINGS – free download
Mike Weis – Out Of The Flowers – Don’t Know Just Walk
Robert Piotrowicz – The Bite – When Snake Boy is Dying
Mr. Bill – URL – IRL
The H & Madison Dinelle – Balance – On Organization LDE 050
Christophe Charles […]
I’ve got a suspicion of a micro-trend:
Harps, Wood Blocks, Steel Drums, Water Rushes, Metal Strings, Gongs, Bells and Brassy Horns, are IN!?
(and maybe I could add congas and maribas, and physical synthesis of breathy or resonant containers)
Just like post-rock was defined as guitar music, or rock instrumentation towards non-rock music ends. This looks like world […]
The 2nd a series of shows, following the artists represented in the 2005 Forma Arts, Her Noise show, the catalogue to which I had recently picked up.
Christina Kubisch is often sited as a member of the “1st wave of Sound Artist”, and indeed I first encountered her work in the excellent Sound By Artists […]