Greetings! For those of you living in the Bay Area – I’m very honored to take part in this collaborative sound walk with artists Rumi Koshino and Fereshteh Toosi as part of Soundwave Festival featuring music from my Longform Editions contribution, “Sunrise, Looking East.” Please come check it out if you are able!
Growth is a sound art experience that begins at the 1969 Ruth Asawa mosaic of the same name at 580 Capp St. It’s a series of guided meditations situated in the urban landscape of the Mission. Participants are invited to slow down, listen, reflect on the past, and contemplate our collective responsibility to future generations.
Proceed to each stop from west to east. This experience will take approximately 50-60 minutes. Wear comfortable shoes, use headphones, and please stay alert to traffic and other hazards while you walk.
Produced by Rumi Koshino and Fereshteh Toosi as part of the Oil Ancestors project, with music by Danny Paul Grody.
It’s been a minute… hope this finds you doing well. I’m excited to announce that today marks the official release of my contribution to Longform Editions. It’s a true honor to take part in this lovingly-curated series and share in a space with so many thoughtful adventurous musicians. To learn more about this music, please visit the site link above.
I’m am looking forward to be sharing an evening of exploratory sounds hosted by Adobe Books & Arts Cooperative in celebration of the release of Shirley Shirley Shirley, best described as an “interspecies experience with plant generated music”. The brainchild of this work is Nico Georgis, who will be accompanied by fellow sonic voyager, Matt Baldwin. To read more on this collaboration and to listen/purchase the album, please go here. I will get things started around 7:30 with a synth/guitar excursion. The event is FREE with a suggested donation. Hope you can join us!