The LA Times wrote an article about the show I’ll be playing this Tuesday at the Disney Concert Hall with Tyondai Braxton and the LA Philharmonic. They wrote tons of rad stuff about my Brooklyn pals Matt Marks, Ted Hearne, and David Little. Check out the article here:
This is an instrument for users of M4L and fans of Game of Thrones. It is essentially a sample pack of animal sounds that you select by scrolling through a few sigils of Westeros. I’ll make a standalone application soon for anyone who doesn’t use M4L.
Cryptogramophone released “the Adorables” album today! I made all the electronic beats, processed the harp, wrote synth parts, did sound design, played my hacked drum machine, turned a few lines into a song, and did a ton of editing over the course of 2 years. I put a lot of work into this album and I’m very happy with how it sounds. Check it out:
Creative Time wrote a nice piece about a video installation by Lara Baladi that I created a Jitter patch for. The installation consists of 3 screens that display videos from a large archive that Lara edited from found footage. You can read the article here:
This is an mp3 of a track that I made shortly after releasing “Let’s be Friends”. It’s a glitchy, industrial, breakcore kinda thang that I made while listening to a bunch of Xanopticon and Venetian Snares. I dig the track, but it sounds so unlike my current music that I can’t imagine releasing it with any other tracks. You can request the track along with other free stuff from this page: