I've been working on something new. I entered a demo version into the Tiny Desk Concert contest:
And then, after we acquired a real piano (!), playing this next tune ("fireball") reminded me that I actually recorded it years ago. So I'll share that, too:
It's a song about my brother being at war in Iraq. Here's hoping that this whole war song genre gets to lie dormant for the next many years.
I remastered an old piece of mine, "Music for Strings and Interference," for the Degrees of Fidelity compilation. Available soon, everywhere.
between news updates. It's going to be 50 weeks or so.
Headquarters has moved to Northfield, MN. It is glorious here.
This website is so not the new slick kind that maybe it is coming around to a kind of retro chic.
Ok, see you next June?
I'm grateful to Richard Sanford at The Agit Reader for this wonderful review of Dreamfall. My piece, "Trust Fall," is called out in a generous way. I was so happy to read it! I mostly try pretend that these things don't affect me and I am just art-ing without regard for critical response. And yet...
Jason Treuting, drum set virtuoso (though I always call it "drum kit" and get stressed out about why), performs my solo piece "Monobot" tonight, which he premiered last year and has since coached and generally given the love. Here's a nice Boston Globe write-up of the concert series.
1. I have been adopting a casual updates policy here
2. Tala Rasa is playing It Comes in Waves tonight at Cypress College in Cypress, CA. And they played it yesterday in Orange. And maybe they're playing it tomorrow, too? CALIFORNIA.
Resolving to update this site with more discipline.
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