For the first day of May there’s a new Words On New Music podcast out! In this episode Jim and Paul talk about the concluding night of the Second Annual NYC Electroacoustic Improvisation Summit including samples of the artists who performed as well as commentary about similar work going on the West Coast. The NYC event took place this past February. The concert series featured music by artists focused on the integration of music improvisation and real-time interactive computer systems.
Artists’ music included in this cast (info from the eis.nyc website)…
In this episode of Words On New Music Paul and I sat down in a Whittier, CA, neighborhood coffee shop for a chat with composer, musician, educator, promoter, manager of theater Shane W. Cadman about his musical work before and during his current tenure at the Ruth B. Shannon Center of the Performing Arts at Whittier College in Los Angeles. This episode was our second interview for Words On New Music on my southern California ‘road trip’ this past October to officially meet Paul and our WONM guests. Listen now!
A new episode of Words On New Music. This time Paul and I present the music of 10 composers from a recent ImprovFriday recording event as part of the Sound-In new music online community.
Listen… WONM – An ImprovFriday Listen
1 Benjamin Smith – Ben.improv.Jan.26.2017 (piano)
2 Paul H. Muller – New Hope 3 (synth/computer)
3 Paul Mimlitsch – 012717bc 1 (bass clarinet)
4 Jim Goodin – No Ban, No Wall (midi fretless guitar)
5 Steve Layton – Wittier Sunset (feat. Shane W. Cadman, remix Steve Layton) (electric bass layerings)
6 Bill Newbold – I Think Now Sorta 2 (synth, electronics)
7 Kavin Allensen – Conundrum for Guitar and Cholestrol (guitar, electronics)
8 Chris Vaisvil – Two Bohlen-Pierce Diatonic Improvisations (clarinet orchestrations, electronics)
9 James Bailey – Don’t Wake the Neighbors (tenor sax)
10 Shane W. Cadman – Piece012717 (electric bass)