"Zummo Labs II. Trio with rhythm reinterprets the trombonist's music of the 70's thru 90's including "Subway Dream Music." "Music Minus One Hundred," and "The Time Land Forgot," with Bill Ruyle marimba and Arthur Russell amplified cello."
"Excerpts from "The Last Words of the Dutch Schultz" for winds, electronic and the manipulated recorded voice of William S. Burroughs. Adapted from Burrough's "fiction ion the form of a screenplay", the piece presents the last 24 mortal hours of the notorious hood."
"Collaborative works in which saxophones and electronics alternatley lead, follow, trigger, and ignore each other. Viogt is a founding member of Rova Saxophone Quartet and Herrmann naughtily combines analog and digital electronics."
"Coordinated Universal Time by the cellist/composer using sampled sounds uttered by chinese vocalist Shi-Zheng Chen manipulated and mixed with strings via pitch-to-MIDI converters. some sopftware.some gear. and some regular music with Martha Mooke viola, Jason Hwang violin, and others."
“Bog Life is a chamber opera ensemble for mezzo-soprano, baritone, oboe, harp, contrabass, marimba and percussion formed by a singer/composer equally active and fluent in American music from Ives to Led Zepplin.”
"A powerful and theatrical drummer from Japan and a percussionist with serious credentials in symphonics and noise. Solos by each including Mr. Reams' "The Antithesis of the Who Principle" and perhaps a Tokyo/Greensboro duo."
"Electro/acoustic; new, used, and improved. Improvisations, unused, unreal, and unimaginable. Music by the ensemble of William Kannar contrabass/electronics/computer, C. Bryan Rulon analog/digital synths, and Matt Sullivan oboe/English Horn/WX7/electronics."
"Special on tour from Montreal, the electric guitarist/composer presents his solo pieces "Imaginary Guitars," and works for his ensemble Brady works with piano, percussion, saxophones, cello, guitars. Power, finesse, imagination.virtuosity, and lots of special effects and techniques."