Archive for October, 2015
Body and instrument turn slack, as a piano seeks to embed itself within field recording.
Echoes folded over echoes; fine beams of light.
Reverse-ghosts and loose electronic stitching.
One lonely evening in the room of a former Swisscom telephone relay station.
The psychedelia of countryside morning air; dribbling proclamations of love; the immediate past trampled into lo-fi sediment.
Individual impacts and blanket pressure: two 20-minute pieces for guitar.
A beautiful contemplation on autumn’s slope of fade and decay.
Two saxophone improvisations; woodwind yoga and feral snorts.
Audio specimens nudged with the back of a scalpel.
The American performer/composer talks to ATTN about the intimacy of performance, the unlearning of musical resolution and the parallels between composition and jewellery-making.