Paul Horn is a creator of ambient
soundscapes and space music. He is a former member of Ultramodern
recording group "Ousia." Currently Paul is recording under the name
the High School for Recording Arts (HSRA):
1. My name is Lil' Smoke. The
song I will be performing is entitled "World of Corruption". The
song describes how I feel inside. My influences are DJ Quik, Snoop
Dogg, C-murder, and Master P.
2. My name is Jonny
Logic. The song I will perform is called "Because". It is about
the answer of every and any question.
3. My name is Chase
Sparkman, aka Casper. The song I will be performing is
entitled "Access Denied". My song is about the way kids these days
try to join up with my group of friends, then just the other day
were talking bad about us.
4. My name is Donald
Williams. The song I will be performing is entitled "Don't Sleep".
My song is about myself Donald aka Fulley Exquizit Large. My influences
are No Limit Soldiers, Ruff Riders, NAS, Red Man, Method Man, Hip
5. My name is Te'Lisa
Powell. The song I will be performing is entitled "Ain't No
Stopping". My song is about Bella Mafia Domain (women rule) and
we can't be stopped.
contains synthesis, string and drumtronic gentlemen Will Pierce
(former Sling, Overblue), Bob DeMaa (Overblue), Carty Fox (Squelch
One, Overblue) and gorgeous vox siren Sarah Jane Hill. Their set
this evening is a medley of conceptual pieces.
is an active solo performer, chamber musician, and a member of the
percussion duo Skin & Bones (go-skinandbones.com). He holds
the DMA and MA degrees the University of California, San Diego.
He currently serves as Visiting Assistant Professor/Director of
Bands & Percussion at Valley City State University in North
Improv Group is an ongoing
effort to liberate sound.
is a student at Stanford University. He wrote Ripples in response
to an experience of floating in a swimming pool, harmonizing his
breathing with the reflected waves.
teaches at the University of Missouri, Kansas City and wrote ìDegrees
of Separationî after John Cageís ìChild of Tree.î
a 1999 McKnight Composer Fellow, has been associated for a number
of years with the literary, visual arts, dance, music, recovery,
neighborhood, and Buddhist communities of the Twin Cities. Thomas
is a 1993 Bush Fellowship recipient known throughout the arts community
for his creative improvisational music, spiritual energy and interdisciplinary
vision. He is moving from Brief Realities to Phononomalies as I
is experiencing life and immersing himself in its creative force
through a variety of expressions. He is a painter of spirits; of
souls that emerge, wander, experiment, and some that lose their
way. He is also a photographer, giving expression and energy to
life that has been rendered still by mechanical and chemical invention.
For over 30 years,
electronic and acoustic percussionist Stephen Goldstein has
performed professionally throughout the United States, Canada, and
the Caribbean in the musical genres and idioms of experimental,
jazz, funk, South Indian classical, commercial, and numerous others.
has worked with new media for over 20 years& works and lectures
composer Lorren Stafford (Richard For Cerebellum, A Most
Happy Sound) teams up with singer Brooke Aldridge (STATION9).
and Roger Kleier will present a set of duos for samplingkeyboards
and electric guitar. Collaborations for ruined instruments will
combine detuned melodies with disintegrating textures. Loose strings
vibrate as calamatonality hovers above. "Molars will tremble and
eardrumsimplode." -Mike Silverton, La Folia
is a composer working and living in downtown New York. Her work
has been performed in concerts throughout the world by The Bang
on a Can Allstars, The Crosstown Ensemble, The Spit Orchestra, and
her own group. Recent and upcoming projects include a site-specific
composition for a factory in Nuremberg, Germany, a commission from
Newband for the Harry Partch instruments, and her CD, Burnt Ivory
and Loose Wires on the Tzadik label. Her Jerome-commissioned video
work Shoot the Player Piano is also being presented at Sonic Circuits.
is a guitarist, composer, and improvisor currently living in New
York City. With various ensembles he has toured extensively through
North America, Europe, and Australia. He has recorded and collaborated
with, among others, Annie Gosfield, Elliott Sharp, Marc Ribot, David
Moss, Davey Williams, Ikue Mori, and Carl Stone. He has a solo CD
entitled KlangenBang on the Rift label, and an upcoming release
for the Starkland label called Deep Night, Deep Autumn. ìAdventurous
guitar fans and anyone with ears wide open should seek this outî--Option
very first things in my life which touched my lips were air molecules,
which I shook when I cried for the first time. I like them and I
do like to have them dance with my heart beat.
has been writing music since the age of 9, and has been recording
electronic music for fourteen years. Please visit www.museslave.com
for more info.
aka Rexor, performs using a marriage of cutting-edge and dead media,
incorporating found sounds, pre-programmed compositions and highly
suspect anti-strategic improvisational tactics. The particular piece
for Sonic Circuits is called Blu Diamond which was developed while
recently on a solo tour, full documentation of which can be found
on my website, www.freenoise.org
Composer, multi-media artist, author, poet, concert pianist, teacher
& lyric topologist.
Brian Whiton, Melek Davis, Jeff Feddersen. We are zaftig.
has been composing and performing microtonal music for his Clavette
microtonal keyboard and other instruments. Visit: www.geocities.com/Vienna/Studio/7358.
Composer, teacher at Minneapolis Community and Technical College,
copyist, and computer man.
is an Associate Professor of Music at St. Cloud State University,
currently teaching in the Czech Republic.
is an assistant professor of art at St. Cloud State University,
where he teaches multimedia and advanced computer graphics.