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2011_0219 : Dirty Guitar Jam
2008_0916 : Trubblestep

2008_0911 : Pissnitz

I remem­ber say­ing good­bye to the house in one last visit, where the idea was to carry all I could before they demol­ished it. I arrived at the new condo early in the day, before my par­ents, and I remem­ber being with a girl. She was the key holder to the build­ing, and let me […]

1994_0624 : Clair De Lunatic

(1994) Composer : Eric Scott This work emerged from the straightforward development of a musical theme, voiced through six MIDI electronic keyboards: the six voices all speak in unison before branching off into their separate rhythms and melodies– finally reuniting on a single-chord recapitulation of the six-chord sequence. The descending “chain of suspensions” contained in […]

1994_0617 : Music From 3 Hats (in F)

(1988) Composer : Eric Scott This, my first work of process music, was a piece in which a set of chance operations determined the structure of the musical phrase, including the arrangement of the instruments to be used. The decisions made ultimately governed the tempo of the final piece. The only fixed criteria were that […]

1992_1207 : Trocadèro No. 2

“Trocadero” (1 & 2) are a little bit of me, where Erik Satie and Vini Reilly (Durutti Column) might intersect. I recall composing this as a bedroom-musician and it was all about the loss of love at a time when something big was about to happen and something else big had just recently happened. It […]

1992_1207 : Trocadèro No. 1

“Trocadero” (1 & 2) are a little bit of me, where Erik Satie and Vini Reilly (Durutti Column) might intersect. I recall composing this as a bedroom-musician and it was all about the loss of love at a time when something big was about to happen and something else big had just recently happened. It […]

1992_1024 : Detained (in Dm, 8 bpm Mix)

(1988) Composer : Eric Scott A radically slowed-down version of the track (Detained) which appeared on my first release (“3 Mains”, Day 001), and in which the concept of pedal sustain and delay is explored by multiple pianos over the course of 16 minutes, instead of 3. The work was inspired, in equal parts, by […]