Kendra Steiner Editions

August 30, 2015

KSE #316 (CDR), MASSIMO MAGEE & DAVID W. STOCKARD, “INTERROGATORIES”

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MASSIMO MAGEE & DAVID W. STOCKARD

“INTERROGATORIES”

KSE  #316 (CDR album)

Massimo Magee: acoustic, amplified and feedback sopranino saxophone

David W. Stockard: snare drum

recorded at Goldsmiths, 25 May 2015

cover art by MP Landis    http://www.mplandis.com/

$8  US  postpaid / $11.50 elsewhere postpaid

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massimo 2015

Proud to welcome saxophonist and theoretician-of-improvisation MASSIMO MAGEE back for his fourth release on KSE, this time giving us two extended sound-paintings of sopranino saxophone and snare drum with percussionist David W. Stockard, recorded in London in late May 2015.

“With this translucid, volatile substance, the surface…is stripped as bare as possible, its monochrome ground heightened to near transparency; lines become faint threads, figures white traces like membranes of infinitesimal thickness. This minimal, almost residual painting—-almost risking vacuity—-is defined as a space of physical pulsation, of visible, tangible palpitation, open to every sense and perception.”  Agnes de la Beaumelle, from “The Challenge of Miro’s “X”.”

INTERROGATORIES is a logical next step from Magee’s previous KSE album, SOPRANINO SOLO. Working in a range above the soprano saxophone (which many players disregard feeling it is too high-pitched and difficult to control), the sopranino saxophone is an instrument that is rarely used and even more rarely featured. It provides Magee with a distinctive palette for his paintings in sound—-I am reminded of the scratchy, astringent canvases of Cy Twombly, full of life-force but somehow muted in tone, appearing clipped yet bursting with energy at the incisions, capturing the process of creation with their erasures and over-writing. I doubt you’ll hear anything else this year which SOUNDS remotely like this album.

Partnering with Magee on this set is percussionist David W. Stockard, who limits himself to the snare drum here, yet manages to find a universe of potential within this unique instrument, not like any other drum. I’ve heard some Austin experimental musicians such as Lisa Cameron and Sarah Hennies (the latter based in Austin for many years, now in New York state) do some amazing things with the snare drum via extended techniques and the loosening of the snares. There is of course a metallic element inherent in the snare drum, thus providing a potentially rich and unexpected range of possibilities for the imaginative player. Stockard manages to evoke everything from Cage-esque prepared piano to gamelan-and-gong with his snare, yet also works very subtly in the quieter passages, playing with the lower limits of auditory perception, creating almost inaudible “waves” that crackle and hum….or is that my nervous system I’m hearing?

This is a totally original album from artists who question EVERYTHING. If like me you feel that a lot of the “free-improv” out there has as much wanking to it as the worst 70’s fusion, why not try this thoughtful but dynamic duo album which explores new areas-in-sound art with both concentration and abandon.

The only album I can think of to compare this with would be FACE TO FACE by The Spontaneous Music Ensemble’s duo format, but it’s 40+ years and a million miles from that….as John Ashbery once observed of Gertrude Stein, MAGEE and STOCKARD are attempting the impossible, because nothing else is worth doing!

And let’s not forget another beautiful original artwork by MP Landis on the front cover, perfectly evoking the album’s content. Please check out Mr. Landis’s website for a wide variety of exciting and life-filled paintings.

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MAGEE

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STOCKARD

I asked Massimo Magee for a brief statement regarding this album, and he produced the following, as always an example of both the intellectual rigor he brings to any project and sense of play, of wonder, and of an openness (indeed, an excitement) to work whose form is ever-becoming: “As it plays in the background now, what can I say of this music that it doesn’t say for itself? That it is improvised is probably obvious; that it owes a debt to the influence of Eddie Prévost via his weekly improvisation workshop is less so, but no less true. It is, outside of the workshop, a first meeting. Although the exact set-up that I brought to this meeting (in particular the electronic element) was a configuration I had not used before, I of course have a significant history with the sopranino saxophone. To say that it is a recording of two people ‘searching for sounds’ within the materials before them is not the whole story, but I think it is a useful frame of reference for considering our actions – actions that are an attempt at what, by this point, several generations have done before us, but that gets no easier the more it is attempted. Each time we resume the struggle. What the listener has is a document of selected facets of those actions at that time and in that place. What those actions mean is a more difficult question. – Massimo Magee”

While ordering INTERROGATORIES, why not also pick up some other of our recent CDR albums of experimental, forward-thinking sound art…..all $8 in the US and $11.50 elsewhere, postpaid (see above for ordering instructions):

KSE #318, ALFRED 23 HARTH & JOHN BELL, “Camellia”

KSE #310, MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio), “ACCIDENTAL PRIZES”

KSE #303, FADENSONNEN, “PD 7”

KSE #308, JEN HILL, “THE SHAPE OF IT”

KSE #314, BELLTONE SUICIDE, “THE COMPLETE NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS”

KSE #294, FOSSILS WITH BRIAN RURYK

KSE #305, RAMBUTAN, “Remember Me Now”

KSE #299, LISA CAMERON & ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE, “Sol Et Terra”

KSE #296, THE GARMENT DISTRICT (featuring Jennifer Baron), “Luminous Toxin”

KSE #298, GIFT FIG: ALFRED 23 HARTH and CARL STONE, “Stellenbosch,” live in South Africa, September 2014

As always, thank you for your support of KSE and of all independent, non-aligned arts collectives…

August 11, 2015

the ultimate guitar album: FADENSONNEN, “PD 7” (KSE #303)

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FADENSONNEN

“PD 7”     KSE #303 (CDR album)

$8  US  postpaid / $11.50 elsewhere postpaid

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FADENSONNEN COVER

I suppose it all started with Lou Reed’s guitar solo on “I Heard Her Call My Name.” It literally split many of our minds wide open, and never before had we realized the potential of guitar-as-weapon, as sonic reducer. On the West Coast we had Blue Cheer, and in the heartland we had the MC5. Wherever you lived in the good old USA, SOMEONE was there to dispense the sacrament of guitar ecstasy. In 1976, Lou Reed decided to top himself at the transcendent guitar feedback game and released METAL MACHINE MUSIC, an album many of us felt was feedback heaven. How could you top THAT?
lou metal

I was never impressed with bands like Sonic Youth and Nirvana….it was the old “been there, done that”  trip. Some suburban 14-year old who’d never heard METAL MACHINE MUSIC might have liked that stuff, not knowing any better, but anyone who’d ever heard METAL MACHINE MUSIC, the MC5’s original single of “Looking At You,” WHITE LIGHT WHITE HEAT, or the first two Blue Cheer albums could only say, “yawn, when are you going to do something BEYOND what we’ve already heard?” Like some William Burroughs-style junkie travelling around looking for the ultimate fix, many of us were looking for the ultimate guitar fix. Who would take the ball handed to them by METAL MACHINE MUSIC and the like and run further toward the goal line with it? There have been any number of folks taking on that challenge and providing mind-bending and soul-purifying guitar skronk, but IMHO the artist who has taken up that challenge and best devoted himself to smashing his head against that wall until the room and the universe began to light up is PD FADENSONNEN. Working in both a duo format and on solo, numbered “PD” albums, FADENSONNEN has headed straight for the sun. His albums are like sticking your finger directly into some high voltage outlet and getting the ultimate mind-fry guitar orgasm out of it.

Many years ago I had the privilege of experiencing the double bill of YA HO WA 13 and ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE live in Austin. It was three-plus hours of higher-key feedback ecstasy–FADENSONNEN’s PD 7 is plugged into that same socket and will provide the same level of spine-chilling thrills.

New York-based and a longtime fave at BLOG TO COMM (where they know what post-Velvets feedback-to-the-nth power is about), FADENSONNEN has issued a number of other essential albums, both group efforts and solo efforts in the “PD” series, such as KSE’s new album is. You can check his activities out and purchase more scalding-hot music here: http://fadensonnen-music.blogspot.com/   and also here:  http://fadensonnen.bandcamp.com/

No pretentious essay is needed to support this music. It does not matter who he’s played with (although that list is impressive). Truly, FADENSONNEN music exists in its own world, and if you were infected by METAL MACHINE MUSIC the way I was, you need a fix, and FADENSONNEN has taken that concept even further… it’s pure, it’s the real thing. I can listen to this 1000 times and it will still be fresh. It’s like a 20′ x 40′ Pollock canvas painted in electricity and caustic nuclear waste. There is NO ONE in his league, IMHO. We’re proud to have him on KSE….don’t miss the latest installment in this essential series of solo PD albums: PD 7 (KSE #303). $8 postpaid in the US / $11.50 postpaid elsewhere.

FADENSONNEN

Feb 2014 interview with PD Fadensonnen from Blog To Comm      An excellent intro to the man and his work!

OK, now that you are ordering a copy of FADENSONNEN  PD 7, which you’ll love, why not also get some of our other fine CDR albums of contemporary experimental music, all in homemade small editions:

full-sized CDR’s ($8.00 each, ppd. in US—outside US $11.50 )

see ordering instructions at top of page

Please include a note with your paypal order including the items ordered AND your mailing address (which Paypal often fails to provide me)….thanks!

ALL ARE AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

new releases for 2015:

MORE EAZE PRIZES cover

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015:  KSE #310, MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio), “ACCIDENTAL PRIZES”

JEN

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #308, JEN HILL, “THE SHAPE OF IT”

belltone reissue

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #314, BELLTONE SUICIDE, THE COMPLETE NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS

FOSSILS WITH BRIAN COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #294, FOSSILS WITH BRIAN RURYK (a joint release with Middle James Co.—-only 48 copies made, 24 from Middle James, 24 from KSE)

RAMBUTAN COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #305, RAMBUTAN, “Remember Me Now”

LISA ERNESTO COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #299, LISA CAMERON & ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE, “Sol Et Terra”

GARMENT DISTRICT cover

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #296 (CDR album) THE GARMENT DISTRICT (featuring Jennifer Baron), “Luminous Toxin”

GIFT FIG STELL

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #298 (CDR album) GIFT FIG: ALFRED 23 HARTH and CARL STONE, “Stellenbosch,” live in South Africa, September 2014

MORE EAZE COVER

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #293 (CDR album) MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio), “stylistic deautomatization”

STEVE FLATO

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #307 (CDR), STEVE FLATO, “Exhaust System”

derek 2015

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #292 (CDR), DEREK ROGERS, “Depth/Detail of Processing”

FOSSILS FLORIDA COVER

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #300 (CDR), FOSSILS & BILL SHUTE, “The Florida Nocturne Poems” (poetry and music album), cover art by MP Landis.

As always, thank you for your support of KSE and of independent, non-aligned arts organizations everywhere. Happy and proud to be a part of the “no-audience underground”….

“Accidental Prizes,” the new album from Marcus M. Rubio’s MORE EAZE (KSE #310)

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MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio)

“Accidental Prizes”

KSE #310 (CDR album)

limited edition of 48 copies 

$8  US  postpaid / $11.50 elsewhere postpaid

payment via paypal to django5722(at)yahoo(dot)com

please provide a note with your order listing the items you’ve ordered and your mailing address….thanks!

MORE EAZE PRIZES cover

Austin/San Antonio-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Marcus M. Rubio has been on a roll in recent months (his spellbinding performance at the KSE 9th Anniversary event in Dallas in late July being a highlight), and KSE is excited to provide him an outlet for his creative vision….so this is the SECOND of THREE More Eaze albums we’ll be releasing this year. The first was “stylistic deautomatization” (KSE #293), which is still available as of this writing, and the brandnew one is ACCIDENTAL PRIZES (KSE #310), which is totally different from the last one. However, once again it wanders into many many styles, from electronic skronk to contemporary chamber music to spacy early-Tangerine-Dream to grungy acid-techno to plaintive deconstructed song to minimalist stretches backed by banjo! I recently referred to Marcus M. Rubio as “the Van Dyke Parks of the contemporary noise underground,” and this album is further proof of that.

However, let me present the composer/ringmaster himself, Mr. Rubio, to explain:

One of the intentions of the More Eaze project is to combine disparate sources into these collages larger pieces but to have each piece related to one another through one element or another whether that be tonality, timbre, rhythm, etc… “accidental prizes” approaches this through the sequencing of the works here but also through the individual elements of the tracks themselves. Much of this idea of moving through various sound worlds while maintaining some musical or structural element of the previous piece comes from Julius Eastman. Continuing with the theme of my last couple of KSE releases, destruction/reassembling plays a big role with these works. Some of the works were originally scored chamber pieces of mine that I decided to realize in a completely different format while others’ origins lie in chopped n screwed sampling or pop songcraft. In every case, these works were rearranged and then re-edited to fit into the whole of the album. Once again, “accidental prizes” will hopefully give you the sensation of never knowing quite what you’re listening to/what the album “is”. Is it a skewed ambient pop record? An exploration of tonality? An experimental electronic record with acoustic and song elements? Vice versa?

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The MORE EAZE releases are an important series of works, but unlike many things labelled “important,” they are also a lot of fun to listen to, and you never know where they are headed. As you discover the form and depth of the album on repeated listening, you find even more to marvel at.   MORE EAZE/Marcus Maurice Rubio is a bricoleur of the highest order, and this album is one I can’t really describe….you can even dance to parts of it! LIMITED EDITION OF 48 COPIES, so act now.

OK, now that you are ordering a copy of ACCIDENTAL PRIZES, which you’ll love, why not also get some of our other fine CDR albums of contemporary experimental music, all in homemade small editions:

full-sized CDR’s ($8.00 each, ppd. in US—outside US $11.50 )

see ordering instructions at top of page

Please include a note with your paypal order including the items ordered AND your mailing address (which Paypal often fails to provide me)….thanks!

ALL ARE AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

new releases for 2015:

JEN

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #308, JEN HILL, “THE SHAPE OF IT”

belltone reissue

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #314, BELLTONE SUICIDE, THE COMPLETE NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS

FOSSILS WITH BRIAN COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #294, FOSSILS WITH BRIAN RURYK (a joint release with Middle James Co.—-only 48 copies made, 24 from Middle James, 24 from KSE)

RAMBUTAN COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #305, RAMBUTAN, “Remember Me Now”

LISA ERNESTO COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #299, LISA CAMERON & ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE, “Sol Et Terra”

GARMENT DISTRICT cover

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #296 (CDR album) THE GARMENT DISTRICT (featuring Jennifer Baron), “Luminous Toxin”

GIFT FIG STELL

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #298 (CDR album) GIFT FIG: ALFRED 23 HARTH and CARL STONE, “Stellenbosch,” live in South Africa, September 2014

MORE EAZE COVER

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #293 (CDR album) MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio), “stylistic deautomatization”

STEVE FLATO

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #307 (CDR), STEVE FLATO, “Exhaust System”

derek 2015

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #292 (CDR), DEREK ROGERS, “Depth/Detail of Processing”

FOSSILS FLORIDA COVER

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #300 (CDR), FOSSILS & BILL SHUTE, “The Florida Nocturne Poems” (poetry and music album), cover art by MP Landis

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August 10, 2015

new artwork: REACHING BACKWARD (KSE #315)

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ARTWORK:  REACHING BACKWARD

KSE #315                 edition of 10 copies   NOW SOLD OUT, NO LONGER AVAILABLE

8 x 10  artwork printed on heavy silvery cardstock

we suggest matting to 11 x 14 and framing

note: these are shipped separately from other KSE items and backed with cardboard so they will not bend

$8 postpaid in US / $11.50 postpaid elsewhere

payment via paypal to   django5722(at)yahoo(dot)com

please provide address/item ordered in a note with your paypal order….THANKS

artwork one

Creativity can be motivated by both positive and negative examples. For instance, I’ve admired and been inspired by the artworks-incorporating-text of Robert Indiana; on the other hand, I have often seen mediocre examples of artworks-incorporating-text and thought, “heck, I can do better than that .”

After recently seeing such a mediocre exhibition (the artist shall remain nameless), I decided to start making my own art-incorporating-text pieces available to interested KSE people. Although these are also circulated among family and friends, the total run of each piece will not exceed TEN copies.

These pieces can be easily matted to 11 x 14 and framed, which is what we recommend, and those mats are available inexpensively at Michaels and similar outlets (I assume we are all still boycotting Hobby Lobby).

We’ll be issuing a series of these during the remaining months of 2015. Get yours ASAP, as they should not last more than a month or so, I’d guess.

August 6, 2015

finally available: The COMPLETE “NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS” from BELLTONE SUICIDE (KSE #314)

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BELLTONE SUICIDE 

THE NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS

KSE #314 (CDR album), edition of 50 copies

$8 US / $11.50 elsewhere   payment via paypal to   django5722(at)yahoo(dot)com

please provide address/item ordered in a note with your paypal order….THANKS

belltone reissue

The backstory on this release: Very excited to make this important and mind-blowing material available once again. When KSE began issuing music on CDR, we put out both full-sized releases and 3″ mini-CDR’s. We dropped the 3″ releases after about a year (and about two dozen releases) as a lot of people who wanted to hear the music could not play discs in that format. A handful of the mini-discs (Derek Rogers, Massimo Magee, Xanthocephalus) we reissued on full-sized discs. The original three-inch NON-CONFORMIST release by BELLTONE SUICIDE (aka Mike Barrett), from March 2011,  was one of our best-loved early releases, raved about by Volcanic Tongue at the time, and a release that generated a number of enthusiastic e-mails….also, one of my personal favorites. The 3-inch Non-Conformist release contained the first 20 tracks from the sessions, and the rest of the material from those sessions came out on a limited download-only release, briefly available. We arranged with Mike to do a full-sized CDR album of the complete Non-Conformist Sessions, ALL the material, and that was scheduled as KSE #262 in the summer of 2013. It never actually got released, although three or four promo copies were sent out. When it came to actually release it, our master had become corrupted, and Mike no longer had easy access to the material, so we moved on. Only recently, David Perron (of Free From Freakout fame) mentioned that he’d received one of the promos back then, which he loaned to us to make a new master from, and voila, two years later we’ve finally got THE COMPLETE NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS available on a 50-copy edition CDR.

KSE has been very supportive of Belltone Suicide/Mike Barrett over the years, and he continues to do great work under the radar in small editions. His amazing LP “Cartilage Evaporator” on Feeding Tube was #1 of KSE’s best on 2011 list. His body of work is quite diverse, but NON-CONFORMIST was unique as it was solo analog-electronics recorded in real time, kind of like gonzo electronic action-painting (Mike is also an acclaimed visual artist, by the way) in sound. It blew me away when I first heard it, and I really feel that these sessions need to be available again for those who missed them the first time around, and even if you still have that rare 3″ release, the COMPLETE version has a lot more material. Here is part of my original write-up on the album from 2011:

BELLTONE SUICIDE, the problem child of Western Massachusetts musician/composer/visual artist Mike Barrett, has offered the world a number of intense, raw, and vital noise-drone-badtripsych cdr’s and cassettes over the last few years, as well as some incendiary live shows, and Mike’s ability to create molten soundscapes and unexpected textures made him a natural for the KSE family of artists. Great to have him onboard.

Belltonesuicide’s new mini-cdr, “non-conformist” (KSE #185), is surely the most outrageous, over-the-top release we’ve put out so far (which is really saying something, considering what we’ve released!). When I got the master in the mail, and popped the second “play” copy in my car stereo, I nearly drove off the road. Digging deep into the analog-synth muck, Mike has created a diverse 20-tracker (in under 20 minutes) that sounds like a sampler of the most abrasive sections of the most outre Creel Pone electronic music releases. Every track is different, and I must say that this release is probably the best buy for your musical dollar that you’re going to find for years. 20 TRACKS, each mind-frying and balls-to-the-wall gutsy, in under 20 minutes, and the whole thing was recorded in a few hours, and then mixed in a few hours. As an artist, Mike values spontaneity and pushing himself into a personal red-zone, where he loses to some extent conscious control and he takes his game to a higher plane, transposes it to a higher key. I can’t believe how awesome this mini-cdr is. If you love old-school electronic skronk done with a modern attitude and with a slashing primitive feel, you NEED“non-conformist”.

Over the next year, we plan to offer a number of new and diverse creations from Mike Barrett: a duo album with guitar-banjo virtuoso TOM CREAN will be coming out this fall, we’ll be doing two new short-run albums of BELLTONE SUICIDE material, and Mike and I will be doing an art-and-poetry collaborative chapbook. Mike was an important part of the early years of KSE and it’s good to have re-connected with him. I have a stack of Belltone cassettes and CDR’s that I often re-visit, and I look forward to bringing more Mike Barrett creations into the world.

For now, grab this limited extended reissue of the COMPLETE NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS while you can (Mike should have his copies in a week or so, and you can buy a copy directly from him at one of his shows or exhibitions). If you love, say, Fossils or the more-outre, less academic Creel Pone reissues, you NEED this album.

OK, now that you are ordering a copy of NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS, which you’ll love, why not also get some of our other fine CDR albums of contemporary experimental music, all in homemade small editions:

full-sized CDR’s ($8.00 each, ppd. in US—outside US $11.50 )

see ordering instructions at top of page

Please include a note with your paypal order including the items ordered AND your mailing address (which Paypal often fails to provide me)….thanks!

ALL ARE AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

new releases for 2015:

JEN

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #308, JEN HILL, “THE SHAPE OF IT”

MORE EAZE PRIZES cover

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #310 (CDR) MORE EAZE (Marcus M. Rubio), “Accidental Prizes”

FOSSILS WITH BRIAN COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #294, FOSSILS WITH BRIAN RURYK (a joint release with Middle James Co.—-only 48 copies made, 24 from Middle James, 24 from KSE)

RAMBUTAN COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #305, RAMBUTAN, “Remember Me Now”

LISA ERNESTO COVER

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #299, LISA CAMERON & ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE, “Sol Et Terra”

GARMENT DISTRICT cover

NEW FOR SUMMER 2015: KSE #296 (CDR album) THE GARMENT DISTRICT (featuring Jennifer Baron), “Luminous Toxin”

GIFT FIG STELL

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #298 (CDR album) GIFT FIG: ALFRED 23 HARTH and CARL STONE, “Stellenbosch,” live in South Africa, September 2014

MORE EAZE COVER

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #293 (CDR album) MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio), “stylistic deautomatization”

STEVE FLATO

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #307 (CDR), STEVE FLATO, “Exhaust System”

derek 2015

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #292 (CDR), DEREK ROGERS, “Depth/Detail of Processing”

FOSSILS FLORIDA COVER

NEW FOR 2015: KSE #300 (CDR), FOSSILS & BILL SHUTE, “The Florida Nocturne Poems” (poetry and music album), cover art by MP Landis

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