My most recent album, Prism, has gathered some nice reviews. Tim Rutherford-Johnson writes about it here. It also appeared on a few playlists: Steve Smith (Boston Globe) and Alex Ross (The New Yorker). You can stream the whole thing on Populist Records’s bandcamp page or buy physical copies directly from them.
In performance news, I’m excited to become a small part of The Industry’s new opera, Hopscotch. I did a little recording work for one of Andrew McIntosh’s pieces, but now I’ll also be a part of the finale playing the bass. It’s a bit shrouded in mystery at this point, but the LA Times have a little write up online.
Loadbang has just released a new album on New Focus Recordings featuring music by Alex Mincek, David Brynjar Franzson, Reiko Fueting, Alexandre Lunsqui, and William Lang along with my piece Infinitive. You can listen to samples and get links to buy it from New Focus’s website.
Finally, I was the recording engineer for the newest Populist Records release, Matt Barbier’s album Face|Resection. An entire album of solo acoustic trombone music that sounds neither solo, nor acoustic, nor like a trombone.
When I was at Stanford in April, the trio gave a concert of solo works in addition to our concert of music by Stanford composers. One of the pieces I played was Leah Asher‘s Fiction. It’s a graphic score and I made a score following video. Hope you enjoy it.
Thanks to everyone who made it to my CD release concert in LA last night. It was so great to play some music for you. My tour kicks off on Friday, August 14th, the same day as the official release of my album Prism.
Click on the dates for the details about each show. And please send me a note if you’ll make it out to one. I’d be very happy to meet you!
August 14 — San Francisco, CA — Center for New Music
August 19 — Seattle, WA — The Wayward Music Series (with Nat Evans)
August 20 — Eugene, OR — The Wandering Goat
I’m very excited about my upcoming release on Populist Records, Prism. It features my music for double bass and electronics and double bass ensemble. If you’d like to hear samples of all the tracks and pre-order the album click over to this page.
There are straight pre-orders of both digital and CD versions as well as some crowdfunding-campaign-style perks for other amounts higher than just the cost of the CD and shipping.
I’ve posted the recording of my recent wandelweiser bass concert over on bandcamp.
antoine beuger: sound (1996)
antoine beuger: monodies pour mallarmé (2004)
antoine beuger: place (1996/97)
eva-maria houben: nachtstück (2007)
You can stream the whole thing for free below or by clicking through to the bandcamp page.