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Jaguar Stereo! in Michigan Quarterly Review

The leader of Jaguar Stereo!, Toussaint St. Negritude, was interviewed in Michigan Quarterly Review.  Jaguar Stereo doles out original, improvised jazz music with grace notes of electric poetry. —Michigan Quarterly Review

Experimental Music Weekend

My experimental music incubator, Community of Sound, got a great write-up in the Vermont arts newspaper, SevendaysVT. I’m especially happy that they chose to write about us on what is a very congested musical weekend. Read it here.

Experiments in strategy and synthesis in In The Viewfinder.

Technologist, photographer, and business leader Jeff Turner recently turned his lens on a performance/experience I created for a business/technology group in the real estate industry. It was a fun way for me to combine my experience in strategy with experimental music and cognition. …watching him lead this intelligent and talented group of friends through a […]

The Yes & in The Creative Issue

My duo partner for The Yes &, Anne Lanzilotti, was interviewed by Creative Issue about our work: It’s inspiring to have a great collaborator! Our process is fuelled by listening to each other and problem-solving in real time. Since Gahlord [Dewald, the second member of the duo] and I live in different cities, much of […]

Threes featured in Take Magazine

Take Magazine ran a profile of the noise jazz group I play in, Threes. Dewald says Threes “were looking at the current climate of people being separated from one another, staring at screens.” In response, “we decided to focus on a type of music as a band that is best experienced live.” Read the full […]

10th Birthday for the le duo

Sevendays has a nice writeup on the le duo’s 10th Birthday bash. ” Through improvisation and absurdity, the le duo endeavors to break down the barrier between performer and audience by destroying expectations of what is art/music, and allowing for the re-imagining of the spiritual/artistic connection. — JB Ledoux

Contrabass Conversations: Interview about bass and electronics

Contrabass Conversations is one of the great podcasts about my instrument, the double bass. There are hundreds of informal, informative conversations between host Jason Heath and practitioners of bass art engaged in all corners of our instrument. I was honored to become interview 370 in the series. Also, if you’d like to download a recording […]

Video: Threes trio w/JB Ledoux and Greg Davis

Videographer and design junkie Jay Blanchard is quickly becoming indispensable for documenting interesting music in my town. Here’s his footage from the Threes performance on May 1 at Light Club. Get your noise jazz right here. Hear Threes play live. Hear Threes play on cassette.

Waking Windows: the le duo

My friend Jay has been making a bunch of videos of interesting music in Burlington. This video of the le duo performing among the beer vats of Four Quarters Brewing at Waking Windows 2017 is one of them. Thanks much to Quiltro for back lining this gig so I didn’t have to haul a bass […]

Threes in SevenDays Soundbites

Bummed to hear about the breakup of the Snaz. But nice get a little ink (pixel?) in Seven Days re: Threes. the band seeks to provoke self-awareness in its listeners Read the soundbites

Take Magazine interview with Anne Decker

Article in Take Magazine featuring TURNmusic founder Anne Decker. If the musicians in TURNmusic are open for just about anything, Decker feels that the audience is in a similarly receptive state. And the work of TURNmusic is, in part, about connecting with listeners, making the experience of hearing new music one that isn’t complicated by much […]

Take Magazine re: TURNMusic

A nice note in Take Magazine for our April 2017 show with TURNMusic: TURNmusic is cutting-edge but respectively classical, and the combination has been riotously successful in drawing in a diverse audience of listeners.

Some thoughts in NewMusicBox

I was asked to contribute some thoughts on new music, money, business, funding models etc by NewMusicBox, the blog of New Music USA. The kernel of what I wrote formed while taking the train back to New York from New Music Gathering Baltimore. I find it so important to engage in creative thinking wherever I […]

SevenDaysVT reviews the le duo's Boogaloo for Improvisors

Dan Bolles, music critic for Vermont-based Sevendays reviews Boogaloo for Improvisors by the le duo: provides a solid fix for experimental music fans and may serve as a gateway for new listeners  

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