Scream Symphony #1

Scream Symphony #1

February 14, 2011

At the risk of saying too much about the ‘intent’ of this piece (something I usually steer clear of), I feel as though explaining a bit about how it was constructed might enhance the listening.  I tried to find screams that were as “authentic” as possible – some of my sources were CVR (cockpit voice … Read More

Off the Grid

Off the Grid

July 30, 2010

A ten minute audio art/umentary entitled “Off the Grid,”  which profiles (to use the term loosely), three of my favorite art stars: Don Eng, John King, and Walter Gambin.  Special thanks to Reverend Jen for providing some miraculous VO which pulled everything together for me in my hour of need.   As always, I recommend listening with … Read More

Reunion

Reunion

July 18, 2010

This is the third of four radio pieces I’ll be posting this summer.  The idea for this one was to create a piece that fit into the theme “Home” as presented on the CD put out by the Deep Wireless Festival.  I chose to document my trip back to Boston, earlier this summer, for my high … Read More

Great Expectations: A Love Story

Great Expectations: A Love Story

July 8, 2010

This is a piece I created for Snap Judgement, The challenge was to create a radio piece with one of the following titles/themes: Great Expectations, The Wizard of Oz,  or Busted.  I chose the first, and wrote a script about my romance with a young German actress back in 1986, based on my journal entries and … Read More

‘I Didn’t Know That’ – A Collage for Radio

‘I Didn’t Know That’ – A Collage for Radio

June 29, 2010

This was a piece I created for thefor the Third Coast Festival Short Docs Challenge. It’s  a three-minute sonic collage created almost entirely from appropriated materials, mostly soundtracks from military training and educational films.  I’ve included a brief statement of intent below, but my suggestion is to listen to the piece before reading, if you … Read More

We Are All Underground (ft. Moonshine Shorey)

We Are All Underground (ft. Moonshine Shorey)

March 8, 2009

There’s something that has just always seemed tragically lonely about NYC subway musicians.  Making music is (or seems) to be an inherently social activity – something we do with, and for others – and yet most buskers perform by themselves.  This isn’t unusual of course, there are many people out there who identify as “solo … Read More