Last month I mentioned that German audiotape aficionados Strategic Tape Reserve included “8 Weeks” on their New New World Radio show. Now the show is available on Mixcloud! Setlist and show embedded below.
Very cool midweek electronic show from Pete Clark of
Independent Electric Group / Radio Free Matlock that caps off with an excerpt from “ Beau Travail,” one of my songs from the 2018 Wormhole World sampler! Listen below or on Mixcloud.
WTUL just posted charts for the last two weeks, and Music for the DMV is at #7 on the Electronic Charts for the week of 01/28/19 – 02/03/19, and #16 Overall, #4 Electronic for the week of 02/04/19 – 02/10/19!
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Yeah I Know It Suck reviews s The Found Sound Project, an experiment in only using randomly-generated sound clips from FreeSound to create music. “A piece of art worth breaking your bones for!” is a pretty amazing description! Read the full review here.
Yeah I Know It Sucks wrote a love fest on their blog this morning highlighting my solo duet (?) cover of Lionel Richie and Diana Ross’s original ❤ Head over to the blog and share in the adulation!
Thank you to
A Little Bit of Sol for the review of my music, including Music for the DMV, Starchild, Concert Music, and If I Told Him:
“If there was ever the perfect example of ‘soundscapes’ this is it. So much to take in, so much to get lost in. Sometimes twisted but always enchanting.”
See the full post over on the
Music for the DMV is #1 on the WTUL charts for the second week in a row!
Zaph Mann reached out to me with some kind words after the
Wormhole World sampler led him to listen to Music for the DMV. He didn’t stop there, though — thanks to his sonic exploration, Orca, Attack!, my project with husband David Miller Rodriguez, has had its radio/podcast debut! Zaph playlisted my remix of Dave’s brilliant song “ Only Midnight Knows” on his January 25 show and had some really nice things to say about our Composer Challenges project.
Catch the full show below, and
view the playlist on the In Memory of John Peel on the website.
A little late on this one, but big thanks to
Neil March for reviewing Music for the DMV on Edition 15 of Trust-The-Doc! Read it here.