Out now from Oneiros Books CUT UP! An Anthology Inspired by the Cut-Up Method of William S. Burroughs & Brion Gysin. It is edited by Joe Ambrose and AD Hitchin and features a large cast of talented authors including Kenji Siratori, Claude Pélieu, Nina Antonia, Billy Chainsaw, Cabell McLean, Mary Beach, Marc Olmsted, Allen Ginsberg, Spencer Kansa, Michael Butterworth, Robert Rosen, Nathan Penlington, Sinclair Beiles, Gary J. Shipley, D M Mitchell, and Edward S. Robinson. I’m very honored and excited to be a part of this project. Both Burroughs and Gysin have been a tremendous influence on me as not just a writer, but as a sound artist as well.
Next up we have a project I can’t believe I forgot to blog earlier. It is a new cd from Electro Faustus, titled Just Sign On The Dotted Line. Electro Faustus is known for making some seriously awesome noise effect modules asked artists to contribute tracks using their devices. I have one track on this collection that also features Merzbow alongside some other cool projects that you need to hear.
The landmark Classwar Karaoke is out now featuring a slew of impressive experimental artists. I am proud to once again be a part of their diverse surveys, this time as a member Blk/Mas.
Speaking of Blk/Mas, we have recently taken some previously unreleased tracks from 2013 and put them together as an album over at The Awareness Factory. It’s titled ….(just) Existing and you can download it here.
In my mailbox today I was pleased to find my contributor copy of Florida Speaks from Poet Plant Press. It features the work of two dozen artists musing on this sometimes crazy, sometimes great state of Florida. This is the third anthology from Poet Plant Press I have been a part of and it is an honor as always.
The book signing and reading celebration for the book is coming up February 23rd at the City Coffee Company in beautiful St Augustine Fl. I’ll be reading a few poems and if you’re in the area come by listen to some poetry and snag your own copy!
Ppigpen is a newer online zine that not only publishes some pretty cool writing but is also posting interviews with several writers. They were kind enough to include me and you can read my interview here.
Once again, I am very proud to be included in the newest survey of Classwar Karaoke!Once again the fine folk at Surrism-Phonoethics have put together an amazing collection of experimental art. So do yourself a favor and check out Classwar Karaoke 0024 Survey.
Bombard Singularity For The Sake Of Skin is my newest noise net album. It is a meditation on the theme of technological singularity, and it is the first album I did appropriately comprised entirely of laptop using the technique of databending. Pay as much or as little as you want, even nothing…. just dig it.
23 Seconds Ov Time returns with vol. 8, and I am proud to be making my second contribution to the series. It’s a very cool audio project where all artists contribute 23 second long tracks in which form a sonic collage.
Fellow local electronic artist Mirroribis recently rendered an ambient reconstruction of my track I Felt The Universe, Or Perhaps Nothing. He did an amazing job and I hope you’ll check out this and much more of his work.