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QA: Geddes Gengras

1. Who are you?

Geddes Gengras from East LA.

2. What do you do?

Organize sounds into music, often with synthesizers.

3. Where do you often create/produce? 273 more words


BandCamp Store Now Live

The new Bandcamp store is now LIVE. The EP will be released first here towards the end of March. In the meantime I didn’t want anyone to leave empty-handed so I’ve made my recent acoustmatic composition Ocean Dream available for stream or download. 16 more words

K. NOVOTNY - Gesture & Texture (2015)

Here’s my first new release review of 2015, and it sets the bar high, at least for ambient artists. I actually (and I think most educated reviewers would agree) find it hard to review ambient music — it’s a very subtle art, this music, and sometimes explaining why one album is a gem, while another similar-sounding one is not as good, is very difficult. 608 more words


Grand Sepia @ NYCEMF

This was our last performance of Grand Sepia Taksim (2013) for awhile, but it’s just the beginning of the summer — with SICPP and Composit… 159 more words


Travertine Hybrid #3 Accepted to N_SEME!

Hey everybody! I’m pleased to announce that Travertine Hybrid #3 has just been accepted for performance at N_SEME 2015. It will be great to present among such a strong group of performers and composers. 22 more words


Gintas K ‎– Blind Man Tales

Bôłt ‎– BR 1024, 2014

1. Blind Man Tales (40:37)

2….. (4:55)

На своем предыдущем полноформатном альбоме «Greit», изданном на CD, литовский музыкант Гинтас Краптавичюс ушел в такие неизведанные и предельно удаленные от каких бы то ни было привычных музыкальных границ шумовые дали (на мой, чисто субъективный взгляд, конечно) и выхолощенные цифровые фронтиры, что прослушивание вызывало, помимо интереса к неведомому, некие опасения – сможет ли автор «оттуда» вернуться? 16 more words

Alex Shapiro | Treet TV

Alex Shapiro | Treet TV.

Composer Alex Shapiro virtually dishes about electroacoustic music and premieres an acoustic work

online for concert bass flute at Second Life. 75 more words