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07.30.11
Experimental Music
Sol Rezza, one of the must well known Latin-American sound artistes (born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1982), premieres a new conceptual album called “SPIT”. This artwork is about 47 minutes long; nevertheless, the album includes aswell the 4 parts of the
07.05.11
Experimental Music
El proyecto "Matar al gato 2.0- Ekpyrótica", de la diseñadora Sol Rezza y el artista multimedia Daniel Iván, se presentará el próximo 7 de julio en el Laboratorio Arte Alameda, en la tercera edición de este trabajo. "Matar al Gato 2.0-
01.10.11
Experimental Music
These pieces are intended to be heard whit earphones; and, if possible, in the dark. “Who wasn’t ever afraid?, Who hasn’t felt like dust? Who saw the fall of a leaf? Who did not draw over a fogged glass? Who didn’t
02.19.10
Experimental Music
In this series titled "Composer Dilemmas," I would like to relfect on issues in the process of composition. How deterministic will this piece be, performance-wise? Once 'finished,' does it remain so? How will the scale of the composition, or the forces
01.05.10
Experimental Music
Happy New Year! It was freezing on Saturday night, but after a day of teaching and some scrumptious Japanese food at Sushi Queen restaurant, I headed down to Harbourfront to catch John’s set from 8pm. It didn’t take long for me
12.06.09
Experimental Music
Check out Stanford University's Mobile iPhone Orchestra making music out of iPhones! Learn more from the NYTimes: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/05/technology/05orchestra.html?_r=1&src=tptw
11.28.09
Experimental Music
Recently I discovered the first video below by Richard Lainhart, performing Olivier Messiaen's Oraison for six Ondes Martinot (1937) on a Buchla synthesizer controlled by a Haken Continuum Fingerboard. The Ondes Martinot is an early electronic instrument, a cousin of the
11.27.09
Experimental Music
The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF - or "nigh-semf") is an exceptionally well-run festival gearing up for it's second year. I was fortunate enough to have a piece programmed last year and can't wait to attend again this year.
11.26.09
Experimental Music
Tohorā: Fugue for Trumpet and Whale http://audio.netpraxis.net/placard_plug4/tohora.mp3 I had a brief conversation with Roger about his site a few months ago; he is an interesting and very creative, artist. I’ll be writing more about him in future posts. He has
11.25.09
Experimental Music
Part one here … CW: Can you talk about Somewhere there and it’s relation to all the other organizations which operate in the venue, such as A.I.M Toronto? ST: A.I.M Toronto (Association of Improvising Musicians Toronto) is now almost six
11.25.09
Experimental Music
Continuing on our "Archive" theme... UbuWeb is a great repository for avant-garde materials - writings, soundfiles, etc. Begun by poet Kenneth Goldsmith (very interesting poet I might add!) in 1996 as a site documenting concrete poetry, it has since expanded into
11.23.09
Experimental Music
Renee Butler: Movement in B FlatScreen, silk, mirror, wire triangles & circle, 2 video projections, sound and wooden armature2005-06 Recently, I found an interesting blog/academic site here. H C Gilje is a research fellow at the National Academy of the
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