Our Serenity Dagger ep is ready for listening or download for today’s Bandcamp Friday. Info about the release is here. Continue reading Ubiquitous Relics available now!
This is the first track from a music project with Justin Litaker called The Spiritual Animal Kingdom. “Knuckle Dustup” started with an improvised track made by Scott Bazar using a nano bug wedged inside a large tuning fork. We edited that track and then wrote the rest of the piece with it as the underlying … Continue reading New Music: Knuckle Dustup
Part of a continuing collaboration with improviser/guitarist Scott Bazar. I designed the track around the improvised pieces he sent me. He used guitar, an electric Christmas tree star topper, touch and sound reactive LED puppets, GE LED light stock, an LED Halloween skull, Ebow with a metal plate, a portable Christmas projector with signal, feedback, … Continue reading New Music: We Danced and It Had Eyes Flat Like Gold Coins
This continues a collaboration with improviser/guitarist Scott Bazar. There’s a playlist on SoundCloud of what we’ve done so far. He’s a continual inspiration. I never know what he’s used to make his tracks and it’s like a surprise I get at the end of the process when he sends me notes. I put those in … Continue reading New Music: Zazel dans le Nitro
I just finished a track with Scott Bazar and made a playlist over at SoundCloud for our collaborations. I’ve now played music with Scott for about two decades, and I’m hoping I get to work with him on stage again soon. Some of the most fun I’ve had playing live has been while performing Scott’s … Continue reading New Music: Flowerdew’s Timeslip Ensemble
Here’s the second in a series of collaborations with Florida-based composer/improviser Scott Bazar. I can’t recommend his audio/visual work enough. Here’s my post on our earlier collaboration. More on the way…(I have to finish a couple of videos first.) Continue reading Sounds in the Mockingbird Mound with Scott Bazar
Scott Bazar and I have started collaborating. Our first track has some spoken word elements from me, while his foundation track was improvised, partially with a microwave rotator. The first time I played with Scott, I was at a festival and in a small theater. The instrument he gave me was a prepared metal garden rake … Continue reading New Sounds + Words