Edition Three: July 2013

Joshua Beckman
Beckman is the author of seven books, including Poems, Take It, and Gentle Reader!, a collaboration with Matthew Rohrer and Anthony McCann. He is an editor at Wave Books and has translated numerous works of poetry and prose, including Micrograms, by Jorge Carrera Andrade, 5 Meters of Poems, by Carlos Oquendo de Amat and Poker by Tomaž Šalamun.

Gust Burns
Burns works as a musician, composing, making scores, improvising, exhibiting, working with text, using recording(s), installing, staging different performances and situations for listening, playing the piano. Born in Tacoma, WA, he has lived in Seattle since 2001. Gallery1412, Seattle Improvised Music Festival, Eulachon (performance series), and Apostrophe, are past and present curatorial and organizing projects that he has co-directed. Burns directs and publishes Eulachon.

Bill Dietz
Bill Dietz is a composer, the artistic director of Ensemble Zwischentöne, and the co-chair of Music/Sound in the Bard College MFA program.

Nick Hennies
Nick Hennies is a percussionist and composer from Louisville, KY currently residing in Austin, TX. His work is primarily concerned with but not limited to exposing unheard acoustic phenomena present in familiar sounds, most often working with traditional percussion instruments. He received his M.A. in percussion from the University of California-San Diego in 2003 where he studied with renowned percussionist Steven Schick and currently performs with The Weird Weeds, Waco Girls, the Austin New Music Co-op, and Meridian, a percussion trio with Tim Feeney and Greg Stuart. In addition to solo work Hennies has collaborated with Arnold Dreyblatt, Radu Malfatti, Jandek, Charles Curtis, Ellen Fullman, Michael Pisaro, and many other composers and improvisers from the United States and abroad. His work as both performer and composer can be heard on Senufo Editions, Consumer Waste, Quiet Design, Accidie, Sentient Recognition Archive, Full Spectrum and others. Hennies maintains an active performance schedule, appearing in Texas and across the U.S. with great frequency.

Jeph Jerman
Jeph jerman is overheated.

Alex Leiffeld
Alex Leiffeld is a musician and artist interested address, affect, presence, and enactment. He lives in Sitka, Alaska, but works frequently in different parts of the world.

Ray Stoller
Born in Pescott, Arizona, Ray Stoller has a degree in philosophy and a day job online. He has spent most of his adult life in Eastern Ohio, where he started, and for more than a decade ran Ohio Found Sound and OFS Recordings -- which released all three of his records short sounds (OFS #1, 1994), lemon (OFS #4, 1995) and language records (OFS #9, 2001). After five years away from making music (to be the sole caretaker of his son), Ray began making voice poems for computer from found and original language. The pieces here are the first to be released. He is in the long process of completing an "opera" for four voices and field recording, Audubon's America.

Tyler Wilcox
Tyler Wilcox, born 1979 is a saxophonist, producer and composer from Baltimore Md. currently living in New York City.

Edition Two: October 2012

Alejandro de Acosta
Alejandro de Acosta is a teacher, writer, and translator—in no particular order. Recent essays include "That Teaching is Impossible" (in Anarchist Pedagogies) and "Ways in and Ways out of the Situationist Labyrinth" (in The Anvil Review). Recent translations include Micrograms by Jorge Carrera Andrade and numerous essays by Émile Armand. He is currently working on a book of essays, several translations, and a book review blog. He still lives in Austin, Texas.

Joshua Beckman
Beckman is the author of seven books, including Poems, Take It, and Gentle Reader!, a collaboration with Matthew Rohrer and Anthony McCann. He is an editor at Wave Books and has translated numerous works of poetry and prose, including Micrograms, by Jorge Carrera Andrade, 5 Meters of Poems, by Carlos Oquendo de Amat and Poker by Tomaž Šalamun.

Gust Burns
Burns is a native of Tacoma, Washington who has been residing in Seattle since 2001. He is a life-long pianist, and works with improvisation, composition, recording, performance, text, and installation. He has been director and co-director of the Seattle Improvised Music Festival, and co-founded the collectively run music space Gallery 1412.

Tucker Dulin
A native South Carolinian, Dulin lives in Brooklyn, NY, and studies trombone, endurance sports and open-source web technologies.

Bryan Eubanks
Bryan Eubanks (b. 1977, WA.) is primarily active within the traditions of experimental and live electronic music. He is focused on collaborative improvisation, solo musical projects, and generative sound installations. His compositions and installations involve practical research into computer music, generative composition, electronics, and sound localization in an effort to bring into being situations that examine transformations in the perception of sonic space/time.

Jeph Jerman
Taken to becoming obsessive about things, he has been more and more inclined to listen.

Catherine Lamb
Catherine Lamb (b. 1982, Olympia, WA.) is a composer/violist exploring sound through intimate ensembles and solo work. She is interested in microscopic color variances in (mostly) narrow bands, often with an ever-opening form. She is interested in the elemental/spectral interaction between tones and their shadows, between beings. She works with the phenomenological dimensions of quiet perceptual/sensual layers moving in and out of presence, as a being moving in space.

Tyler Wilcox
Tyler Wilcox, born 1979 is a saxophonist, producer and composer from Baltimore Md. currently living in New York City.

Edition One: April 2012

Joshua Beckman
Beckman is the author of seven books, including Poems, Take It, and Gentle Reader!, a collaboration with Matthew Rohrer and Anthony McCann. He is an editor at Wave Books and has translated numerous works of poetry and prose, including Micrograms, by Jorge Carrera Andrade, 5 Meters of Poems, by Carlos Oquendo de Amat and Poker by Tomaž Šalamun.

Gust Burns
Burns is a native of Tacoma, Washington who now resides in Seattle. He is a life-long pianist, and works with improvisation, composition, text, and installation. He has been director and co-director of the Seattle Improvised Music Festival, and co-founded the collectively run music space Gallery 1412.

Bryan Eubanks
Eubanks (b. 1977, WA.) is a musician focused on collaborative improvisation, solo musical projects, and sound installations. Primarily active within the traditions of experimental and live electronic music, he works with an instrument of his own design that incorporates open-circuits, samplers, radio transmission, feedback, and other electronics, and an electro-acoustic system that pairs the soprano saxophone with live feedback, tape loops, and digital synthesis. His work incorporates practical research into computer music, generative composition, electronics, and sound localization in an effort to bring into being situations that alter and highlight the perception of space and time.

Bonnie Jones
Jones is a Korean-American writer, improvising musician, and performer working primarily with electronic music and text. Born in 1977 in South Korea she was raised on a dairy farm in New Jersey, and currently resides in Baltimore, MD. Bonnie creates improvised and composed text-sound performances that explore the fluidity and function of electronic noise (field recordings, circuit bending) and text (poetry, found, spoken).

Radu Malfatti
Malfatti was born in in nsbruck, austria, december 16th 1943. He studied music in graz, austria (with eje thelin, the greatest tromboneplayer at that time!)
In 1970 he went to amsterdam, then london, switzerland, italy, amsterdam, berlin and cologne for about 30 years altogether. He moved back to vienna in 1997 and still lives there. Malfatti has played on most festivals all over the world and recorded tons of records, some in vain. He has owned his own cd lable, “b-boim records,” since 2005.

Ray Stoller
Born in Pescott, Arizona, Ray Stoller has a degree in philosophy and a day job online. He has spent most of his adult life in Eastern Ohio, where he started, and for more than a decade ran Ohio Found Sound and OFS Recordings -- which released all three of his records short sounds (OFS #1, 1994), lemon (OFS #4, 1995) and language records (OFS #9, 2001). After five years away from making music (to be the sole caretaker of his son), Ray began making voice poems for computer from found and original language. The pieces here are the first to be released. He is in the long process of completing an "opera" for four voices and field recording, Audubon's America.

Tyler Wilcox
Tyler Wilcox is a composer currently living in Baltimore, Md.