My Complete Organ Works have been published by Zimbel Music. Thanks to Carson Cooman for his advocacy as a performer and for shepherding this through to publication and to Joseph Arndt for commissioning and widely performing several of the pieces. A few are dedicated to composer friends: Robert Morris, Andrew Mead, and Ken Ueno. In addition to organ compositions, two hymns co-authoredContinue reading “Complete Organ Works Published by Zimbel”
Ashlee Mack has just posted a performance video of my Bagatelle for Solo Piano. It is one in a set of three, the others being for alto flute and then a duo for alto flute and piano. You can stream or purchase a studio recording of the whole set via the Bandcamp embed below. ThreeContinue reading “Ashlee Mack – Bagatelle for Piano (Video)”
Today the Icelandic duo Hugar released their video for “Enigma.” Featuring previously unseen footage by Woody Valuska, it previews The Vasulka Effect: Music from the Motion Picture, out October 2nd on Sony Music Masterworks.
Erik Hall has made a recording of Steve Reich’s Music for Eighteen Musicians – by himself. Created before social distancing, it still seems to be in step with the solitariness of pandemic time. The recording will be released on May 8th via Western Vinyl.
The official video for Magnetic Fields‘ “Kraftwerk in a Blackout” is out today. It is a teaser track for Quickies, a collection of short songs slated for release on May 15th via Nonesuch.
How to Live?, Modern Nature’s recorded debut, is out now on Bella Union. Modern Nature Tour Dates:Wed. Dec. 18 – Bristol, UK @ Friendly Records End Of Year PartyFri. Dec. 20 – Southend, UK @ South Records End Of Year PartyThu. Jan. 9 – Washington, DC @ Comet Ping PongFri. Jan. 10 – Philadelphia, PAContinue reading “Modern Nature – “How to Live?”
Joe Henry’s new album The Gospel According to Water is out November 15 on earMusic.
Þráinn Hjálmarsson Influence of Buildings on Musical Tone Caput Ensemble, Krista Thora Haraldsdottir, Icelandic Flute Ensemble, Ensemble Adapter, Nordic Affect Carrier Records Composer Þráinn Hjálmarsson’s latest CD, Influence of Buildings on Musical Tone, revels in the exploratory sound world of effects and extended techniques. That said, his work is more than an assemblage of alternativeContinue reading “Þráinn Hjálmarsson on Carrier Records (CD Review)”
During recording sessions in Hanoi for Sex and Food, their last LP, Unknown Mortal Orchestra also worked with local musicians to create IC-01 Hanoi, a set of instrumental tracks. This collection, emphasizing jazz and Krautrock stylistic signatures, will be released October 28, 2018 on the Jagjaguwar label. Check out a teaser video for album track “Hanoi 6” below.