Kendra Steiner Editions

December 29, 2015

MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio), “Abandoning Finitude” (KSE #326, cdr album)

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MORE EAZE (aka Marcus M. Rubio)

“Abandoning Finitude”

KSE #326 (CDR album)

limited edition of 48 copies 

cover artwork “Fire Inside Dark Matter C” by Bob Bruno

$8  US  postpaid / $12.00 elsewhere postpaid

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

MORE EAZE ABANDONING

KSE is proud to welcome back Marcus Maurice Rubio aka MORE EAZE for the third and final installment in his KSE Trilogy of 2015. With a creative energy like Marcus’s, it’s best to just stand back and let him do his thing. We’d agreed on the concept for this More Eaze trilogy before he began work on the first installment (now out of print), yet each album has been totally surprising to me as Marcus delivered the masters. As this third album works its spell on the listener, the dominant impression initially might be the wizardry on the guitar and violin strings, the virtuoso playing (no surprise that MMR is also a one-on-one music educator), which morphs from demanding minimalist passages to lyrical deconstructed songs, a few moments of which had me thinking I was listening to some big-ticket early 70’s European private pressing acid-folk LP…but get attached to that and soon after you are transported into an electronic music world of ventilator shafts and gearshifts….and let’s not forget the post hiphop interludes. Yes, there’s something for everyone here, and it all fits together into an amazing album-length collage. We at KSE are proud to have worked with Marcus to bring you this trilogy of MORE EAZE works. As we stated with his previous release, Rubio is almost like the Van Dyke Parks of the noise-experimental music world: he’s outrageously talented, has incredibly deep roots (how often do you hear Abner Jay’s name dropped in discussions of the kind of music played on WFMU or reviewed at Vital Weekly?), and is a virtuoso in his composing/arranging/manipulation of parts/whole. Very happy to have had him do this More Eaze CDR trilogy for KSE….be sure to grab this one, and the previous one ACCIDENTAL PRIZES is still available too.

KSE #326 (CDR) MORE EAZE (Marcus M. Rubio), “Abandoning Finitude”

KSE #310 (CDR) MORE EAZE (Marcus M. Rubio), “Accidental Prizes”

$8  US  postpaid / $12.00 elsewhere postpaid

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Marcus M. Rubio on Abandoning Finitude: “one of the main goals of more eaze is to create works that have the potential to go anywhere given some related element from the last piece. this final record in the Kendra Steiner trilogy of 2015, is structured similarly to the previous two but explores this concept even more in depth. this time the relationships between tracks are even more subtle using tempo and timbral connections just as much as harmonic relationships to create a music of infinite possibility. the theme of the creative nature of destruction is still prevalent in this work too with pieces often briefly presenting  their themes before being deconstructed and turned into the next work and then the next. overall, this album for me is about possibility and rhythm and how those two things are interconnected in subtler than we often realize.

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CHAPBOOKS/CDR’s  NOW AVAILABLE: 

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

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:

FOSSILS MODERN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEW FOR WINTER 2015/2016, KSE #324, FOSSILS, “Modern Architecture”….cover art by Wyatt Doyle

 

 

WEREWHEELS COVER

NEW FOR WINTER 2015/16, KSE #322,  WEREWHEELS (Sir Plastic Crimewave & Dawn Aquarius), “Live, Raw and Psycho In Japan”

MIKE AND TOM LUDDITES COVER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEW FOR FALL 2015: KSE #320, MIKE BARRETT & TOM CREAN, “Casual Luddites”

A23H CAMELLIA

NEW FOR FALL 2015: KSE #318, ALFRED 23 HARTH & JOHN BELL, “Camellia”

 

massimo 2015

NEW FOR FALL 2015: KSE #316, MASSIMO MAGEE & DAVID W. STOCKARD, “Interrogatories”

belltone reissue

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

 

MORE EAZE PRIZES cover

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

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

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NEWEST POETRY CHAPBOOKS:

($6 US ppd/$7 elsewhere ppd)

KSE #317 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Inventing One’s Own Land”

INVENTING cover

KSE #306 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Manipulating Ambiguity”

MANIPULATING AMBIGUITY

KSE #302 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Satori In Lake Charles”

satori in lake charles

 

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

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

Questions? Write to  django5722 (at) yahoo (dot) com   . Thanks for your support!

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