Radiophrenia premiere, Saturday November 21

I have a brand new piece premiering this weekend 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) as part of the “Shorts 27” program.

“Liminal Telegraphy” is a sound collage that explores the space between radio frequencies, a ghostly soundscape emanating phantom frequencies and causing the listener to question what they’re hearing versus what they’re imagining.

See the full program at the Radiophrenia website.

Stay Safe on Dark Train and In Memory of John Peel

Thanks to two of my very favorite DJs for some plays this week, both from the new Stay Safe EP. Kate Bosworth played “Cohntagious” on Warminster Community Radio’s “Dark Train,” and Zaph Mann played the title track on In Memory of John Peel. Catch both below.

1 Year of Music at the DMV

One year ago today I self-released Music for the DMV (and in celebration, it’s discounted on Bandcamp to $3 til the end of August!). I’ve had a lot of great response to the album. 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.

There were also quite a few other positive results from this project. I didn’t include this in the statistics, but the songs “Club Clanger” and “Ambient Industrial Gymnopedie” are part of WEATNU Radio’s rotating playlist and have each been played more than 200 times over the past year. “Club Clanger” was also licensed for commercial use (know where? Tell me!). I met new friend Xqui and we released a 2-song EP. I was invited to submit tracks to 4 different compilations (here, here, here, and here). I turned one of the live sets I recorded into Departure 2019, a name-your-price digital download and cassette tape. I contributed vocals that Whettman Chelmets used in a live set and subsequent release. The wonderful Yeah I Know It Sucks not only reviewed Music for the DMV, but also every single other thing I’ve ever released!

It’s been a great experience. I’m getting close to finishing up my next album and looking forward to whatever new experiences that release brings.