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.
Live improvisation of Atlas Sets: Soft Sound Loud Loud Sound Soft, with Phil Mantione, 2 January 2014, 7:30-9 PM, Riverside Art Museum, 3425 Mission Inn Ave. Riverside CA 92501.
Glenn Bach and Alan Nakagawa performed their collaboration for Atlas Sets on the Ear Meal webcast, Wednesday, July 3, 9:30 PM. The archived set can be viewed here.
Here is a blog post from Grand Central Art Center, along with a paragraph on the performance from CSUF Professor Joanna Roach:
“It is with great intention and little pretension that Yann Marussich chooses blue for his performance. In Bleu Remix, Marussich reclines motionless within his heated box, sometimes staring, sometimes with eyes closed, exuding blue. Steve Roden and Glenn Bach’s sound performance Friday night at the Grand Central Art Center was the aural partner to Marussich’s body. Roden and Bach’s sound activates us within the space of the gallery, moving with us around the clear box that contains the artist. But the sound, like the artist’s body, takes us to another place. I’m not sure where it is, but it’s an intense, yet deeply still dimension. I guess it’s a blue place…”
— Joanna Roach, 24 August 2012
Steve Roden and I will provide the live sound design for Bleu Remix, a performance by Yann Marrusich, Grand Central Art Center, 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, 7 PM, 24 August 2012.
Dispersal Patterns, a duo project with John Kannenberg, has been officially released from UK label Entr’acte, 30 July 2012.
The next collaboration in the Atlas Sets project will be with Alan Nakagawa. The initial conversation will take place July 1, 2012 at Mi Ranchito in Culver City. Additional information on recording dates will be announced here and documented on the Atlas Sets page.