Archives for posts tagged ‘Fred Frith’

Myriad is released!

Buy the cassette at the Touch Shop (Europe) or, buy it at Forced Exposure (U.S.A.) “Myriad” is a piece of music that contains 10,000 tracks of recorded audio.  While 10,000 tracks was the original goal born out of a curious naiveté, it became apparent to me through the recording process that I was exploring something […]

myriad

Myriad is a post-apocalyptic love story comprised of 10,000 tracks of recorded audio, yielding a great wall of sound. Unfolding over 31 minutes, the piece features over 150 performers on 200+ instruments including the Persian santur, various ARP/Buchla/Moog analog synthesizers, gamelans (handmade by Lou Harrison), classical strings, tympani, harpsichord, and percussion. Myriad is performed by a veritable “world orchestra”, creating the […]

current/upcoming projects

just an update as to recent comings and goings: -recorded with phillip greenlief a coupla months ago.  alternating between single-tracked and overdubbed pieces, they’re all extended technique saxophone tracks inspired by the art of eva hesse and robert rauschenberg.  the album should be out within a month or so on evander music. -just started working […]

cosa brava tour

check out the performances page for all the details. already got a few really choice exit signs from germany:

Ragged Atlas reviewed on NPR’s California Report!

Check it out! UPDATE!  Buy the album on iTunes here.