An online article about my springboard just posted on April 4 in the Daily Egyptian, the newspaper of Southern Illinois University. I was interviewed by Pat Sutphin when I performed in the Outside the Box Music Festival, on Saturday, April 2. You can look and listen to it in the multimedia section. Jay Needham curated the evening of radio art and surround sound works in which I performed on that evening.
I hope you will join me at 7PM this Friday evening, Feb. 18 for a special presentation by sound and media artist Jay Needham, at The (New) Corpse, 1511 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2nd floor, Chicago, Illinois 60622.
Jay will present selections from recent works in a lecture titled Ars Memoria: Several Alternate Histories of Place. Jay will be finishing a chapter on the sounds of Mashinima and planning an evening of radio art and surround sound works for the April 2011 Out of the Box Contemporary Music Festival in Carbondale, Illinois. Jay is an Associate Professor in the Communications Department at Southern Illinois University, and a member of the Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology (MSAE).
I have four live appearances on radio and on stage this month, I hope you may be able to attend or listen in…
Saturday, January 16, 5:00AM US CST (GMT -6)
Guest on ITDE (“It’s Too Damn Early”)
I will be a guest interview on ITDE hosted by DaveX on WDBX 91.1FM.
ITDE features experimental, avant-garde, electroacoustic, improvisational, and other musics. ITDE airs on Saturday mornings from 4 – 6:30 a.m. [US CST / GMT -6]. That’s 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in Berlin, and 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. in Hong Kong.
Sunday, January 17, 10:00PM–2:00 AM US CST (GMT -6)
Hosted by Philip von Zweck on WLUW 88.7FM Listen to the live stream.
Something Else is Chicago’s longest running radio show devoted to seldom-heard and experimental, avant-garde musics, sound art, works of long duration (no excerpts!), and other less classifiable things that just don’t have an outlet. Chicago Phonography is a collective of artists interested in promoting creative activity in listening by broadcasting unprocessed field recordings as an ensemble in a context of live improvisation.