Hypothesis, the new album by Mminor, has been released on MPRNTBL, September 2015.
The next installment of Atlas Place is a conversation with composer Jeffrey Roden. Atlas Place is a home for conversations with artists, poets, composers, educators, and other creative citizens about the places where we live and how these places influence our work.
Else(Where, by side project Mminor, is a free release on Stasisfield, 14 December 2014.
“When artist Philip von Zweck decided to shutter his Something Else program, a Chicago radio institution for fifteen years, Stasisfield launched an ongoing remix project of the show’s theme tune, inviting anyone who ever appeared on the show to create a remix. Glenn Bach, under his Mminor moniker, has decided to take this a step further; he’s produced an entire album that uses the theme as its source material. In Mminor’s hands the theme is stretched, erased, imploded, carbonated, shredded, and dithered within an inch of its life, its original ninety three seconds sprinkled across more than thirty elegiac minutes – ashes to ashes, dust to dust.”
Southern California Soundscape Ensemble (SCSE) will perform a concert at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook as part of sound., an annual concert series sponsored by SASSAS, 5 October 2014. Time TBD. A Kickstarter campaign has been announced to match a Culver City Performing Arts grant.
The next installment of Atlas Place is a conversation with educator and ecocritic George Hart. Atlas Place is a home for conversations with artists, poets, composers, educators, and other creative citizens about the places where we live and how these places influence our work.
A two-track album, water in the hollow eyes of the blue, finally, by Glenn Bach and Steve Roden, has been released by Russian label .phonographiq, 1 July 2014.
I will begin a doctoral program in Educational Leadership at UCLA, beginning this Fall. I will join Cohort 22 with an expected graduation date of Spring 2017.