As of early November, I will be based in the US again; Brooklyn, specifically, for the next few months at least. In many ways this feels like returning, tail between my legs, to the small town in which I grew up after forging a series of domestic (mis-) adventures out in the world that never quite materialized into a State-sanctioned bread-winning situation; only the small town in this case is New York City.
I will kick off my newfound second-borough residence in style with a pair of “Redactions” & “Generators” at e-Flux’s new Bar Laika space in Clinton Hill on January 13th; please come down if we haven’t seen each other for a while, or of course Get In Touch if you’d like to grab a coffee, etc. at some point over the next few months.
As has been the case over the last few years, my main focus for the near-future is in on performing Live Electronic Music; I’m currently seeking opportunities starting in February 2019, and I’m now working with Pedro Gomes for bookings in Europe, so please either get in touch with him, or with me Directly. Similarly, if you’re interested in hosting a reprise of the wonderful A/V collaboration with Pierce Warnecke that we premiered at Semibreve last month, please get in touch with Pedro or Pierce’s agent Remco at DISK Agency.
During the weeks of limbo leading into being reunited with my family here in the States, I’ve made major strides in wrapping up a number of long-delayed recording projects, including a new studio-suite of Playthroughs pieces and a somewhat definitive, private-issue set collecting the first wave of Redactions. There are also a number of recordings for which I’ve yet to find homes; an amazing set of noisy, post-Industrial Grime & Radiophonic Bleep captured at ADDAC in Olaias, several very nice Drone Pieces & Complex Automations recorded on the Synthi 100 at Knobs in Vancouver, and even an un-apologetically melodic set of scattered poly-rhythmic Machine Music recorded right here within the the last week.