New titles are officially released today from Niels Lyhne Lokkegaard & Quatuor BozziniStephen Ruppenthal & Gary R. Weisberg and Anthony Vine & Gareth Davis.  Read, see & hear more about these fascinating projects below. 

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Stephen Ruppenthal & Gary R. Weisberg
Strange Times


Strange Times is a virtuosic realization of contemporary electroacoustic soundscapes composed and performed by Stephen Ruppenthal and Gary R. Weisberg. With masterful employment of electro-acoustic techniques and tools, including the original 70's Buchla Music Easel Ruppenthal used in the Electric Weasel Ensemble, these two artist create an essential, psychedelic, electro-acoustic experience.
Niels Lyhne Lokkegaard & Quatuor Bozzini
Colliding Bubbles


Colliding Bubbles (surface tension and release) is a composition for string quartet and harmonica quartet, meaning that Quatuor Bozzini is playing string instruments while playing harmonicas.
Anthony Vine & Gareth Davis
Flourescent Standard


On ‘Fluorescent Standard,’ guitarist Anthony Vine and clarinetist Gareth Davis present two luminous and serene worlds of harmonic sound.

The duo entwine sustained tones, glowing with the resonant hues of their instruments, into enveloping and expansive atmospheres. Clarinet sonorities, swelling guitar chords, and tumbling elegiac piano fragments drift quietly through time in elusive cycles that subtly change and expand with each return.

While Vine and Davis met through the world of modern classical music, ‘Fluorescent Standard’ finds itself in the realms of drone, ambient, and new age. The music is grounded in early minimalist aesthetics of composers like La Monte Young and Phill Niblock, but also shares the sensibilities of contemporary artists like Duane PitreSarah DavachiFennesz and Stars of the Lid.

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