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.”
Dispersal Patterns, a duo project with John Kannenberg, has been officially released from UK label Entr’acte, 30 July 2012.
Dispersal Patterns, a duo project with John Kannenberg, is now available for pre-order from UK label Entr’acte.
The next collaboration in the Atlas Sets project will be with artist-curator-musician John Kannenberg, currently based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A Skype conversation will take place May 2 or 3, 2012. Additional information on recording dates will be announced here and documented on the Atlas Sets page.
Dispersal Patterns has been sent to the mastering plant. Forthcoming on Entr’acte.
Dispersal Patterns, a collaborative project with John Kannenberg, has been accepted for a 2010/2011 release on the London label Entr’acte.
“Shift,” a track from my unreleased 2009 solo project, Pinna (one of a trio with Iteral and Radia) is featured in “Urban Archeology,” an episode of Framework: Afield curated by John Kannenberg, featuring members of the World Listening Project, broadcast on Resonance FM, 4 July 2010, and archived as a podcast here. Playlist #291 here.
Dispersal Patterns, a collaborative project with John Kannenberg, has been accepted for a 2010 release on the London label Entr’acte.
Footage shot during the recording sessions for Drawn, a new project with Glenn Bach, John Kannenberg, Jon Mueller, Jim Schoenecker and Jim Warchol. Recorded at Kenilworth Square East studios, Milwaukee, WI, 11 April 2009.
My new work, Brumal, has been released on Stasisfield. The description: “Longtime Stasisfield contributor Glenn Bach’s latest release began as a live on-air performance at WNUR, 89.3FM in Chicago. While still utilizing his trademark field recordings as in performances of the past, Bach begins exploring new territories here including sample-based compositions and recordings of analog instruments. An introspective audible journey through shifting themes of winter, transition and relocation, Brumal ultimately glows – warm and hearth-like.”