"The composer using his unique low-tech sound-making machines, gadgets, and objects performs "Time IS Change" for four pairs of stones, "A Fiber in the Mind Does Tear" for an ensemble of resonated strings, and other work."
"The composer's ensemble "ABANDON" performs "Speechless," Minataurus," and "Le Scandal with Dominique Soucy, Steve Elson, Tina Pelikan, Dawn Buckhloz, Marji Danilow, Liz Panzer, Wm. Trigg, and guest Laura Seaton"
"Compositions and improvisations for piano, sampled percussion, voice, and interactive electronics including "Snakecharmer," "Hall of Mirrors," "Obedience School," "3B or not 2B"... with Brown as gladiator in a digital battlefield."
"Searing improvisation on sax, musette, and voice along with toe-tapping songs for bass and extended vocals. A Seattle-ite, she is known also for her work with bands such as the Tone Dogs, Curlew and others."
"Processed, layered. grooving verbal / non-verbal vocals, electric guitar, and odd musical props in a solo by this San Francisco Bay area performance musician. Hasboro meets Sony in a musical earthquake."
"The composer playing french horn and Portastudio leads his trio "Pandora's Axe" in Harmonic weather patterns and quasi-robotic improvisations... with Wayne Hammond on bass guitar and Tom Nazziola on drums."
"A guitarist who pushes the emotional and technical content of the blues well into the avavnte arena. Radical detunings, extreme bending, conspicuous space, and that warm tuvb sound with vocalist Suzanne Langille and percussionist Brian Johnson."
"More of Gallagher's "Theory of Incidental But Inevitable Control" with unlikely cues for uninhibited players plus... "A Thousand Excuses", a computer-driven celebration of the culture of procrastination by trombonist/poet Barnes and band from Chicago."