Ecstatic to join Yarn/Wire‘s inspiring Feedback project this Thursday among a dazzling list of fellow guests. I hope to see you then, as well as at other episodes including with David Brynjar Franzson today!
Pleased to share this exceptionally sensitive and detailed review of new album MM03: Cities with collaborators Yarn/Wireand Matilde Meireles on multi.modal / NMC Recordings. If you do not have your copy yet, there is a 30% off flash sale through Dec. 7th. While you are there, do not miss MM04: Decay! https://thequietus.com/articles/27530-aaron-einbond-with-matilde-meireles-and-yarn_wire-cities-review https://www.nmcrec.co.uk/multimodal/cities
The third release from Claudia Molitor and Tullis Rennie’s Multi Modal imprint, goes deep into the inner life of the urban soundscape
Cities, the third release from multi.modal, includes two collaboratively developed works. In The kind of problem a city is composer Aaron Einbond works together with ensemble Yarn/Wire, and in London Scenes he teams up with recordist and sound artist Matilde Meireles.
Source: Cities | NMC Recordings
TRANSIT Festival voor nieuwe muziek is off to a great start, and I cannot wait to share a program tonight with Yarn/Wire, Ann Clear, Thomas Meadowcroft, Jasper Vanpaemel, and a new version of my “The kind of problem a city is.” Also looking forward to Christopher Trapani, Joanna Bailie, Zwerm E-Guitarquartet, Jennifer Walshe, HYOID contemporary voices, Ensemble Adapter, Matthew Shlomowitz, and many more!
Thrilled to share an incisive interview by Rachel Cuniffe about sound, spontaneity, and my upcoming performance with Yarn/Wire this Tuesday!
For those who missed Musikfestival Bern tune in to Radio SRF 2 Kultur to hear Ensemble This | Ensemble That and Klavierduo Huber-Thomet: Wednesday, 7 Oktober 2015, 22:06, Radio SRF 2 Kultur