This weekend, Unrequited Leisure’sAdjusting the Lens: FEST! will be showing online and at the UL gallery in Nashville, Tennessee. From the organizers:
Adjusting the Lens is a series of traveling screening events started in 2018. These events are organized around thematic selections of works and have been presented in a variety of indoor and outdoor venues. This year we are launching a hybrid version of the project, featuring online live programming along with a presentation of the full program running on loop in our physical gallery space.
Airing today: ElectroJunkyard, my bi-monthly show on Camp Radio in France. Homespun mixes of underground electronic music from the past, present, and maybe even the future. Airs at 7pm CET / 12pm CST. Listen at Camp Radio.
I’m so flattered that the transcendent composer/cellist Julia Kent selected my “Trinity Quadrant Cantata” as one of her two picks for Radio Free Matlock’s Thursday Bazaar with Lippy Kidd last week. Catch the recap on Mixcloud or below:
And a huge thank you to Ilya from one of my favorite music blogs, I Heart Noise, for including my Gertrude Stein rap (lol) on the Camp Radio show Cosmic Church, also now on Mixcloud and with annotated tracklist on the blog:
I also have a brand new work (!) as part of Glasgow’s Radiophrenia, “a temporary art radio station – a two-week exploration into current trends in sound and transmission arts.” Radiophrenia runs November 9-22, 24 hours a day. My piece, “Liminal Telegraphy,” premieres Saturday November 21 between 8AM-9AM GMT (or 2AM-3AM CST). More on that soon, and check out the full program at the Radiophrenia website.
“Sounding like the infinitely looped announcements you might expect to hear in a post-apocalyptic urban wasteland where no one survived, something about what Elizabeth has done here seems to tap directly into the sensation of paranoid dread and existential panic that have become the cornerstones of our daily locked-down lives.”
Just released (well, Friday, but our internet’s been out): a surprise (!) mini-release of 2 quarantine-themed “public service announcement”-style songs. Find out more on the album post. Enjoy, stay safe, and stay home (unless you’re in the US, in which case stay safe and VOTE!).
One year ago yesterday I self-released Farewell, Doomed Planet!. I’ve had a lot of great response to the album. As I did with Music for the DMV, I decided to do a little recap of what the past year has looked like in terms of promoting the album. I’ve embedded an image of the report below, or you can download as a PDF here.
In celebration, here are some download codes for the album. You can redeem them at Bandcamp: