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.”
I performed an hour-long set with John Kannenberg on Free Radio SAIC, Friday, 11 April 2008, 4-5 PM (CST). Neighborhood Public Radio broadcast the performance into the Whitney Museum of American Art during the Whitney Biennial, as well as to other locations in NYC. The performance is now archived at Free Radio SAIC and will be available as a podcast through Free Radio SAIC and iTunes U.
The Midwest Phonographers Union will be performing for the the premiere night of Opt.in, a new series of Sound events at UWM, Saturday, 1 March 2008, 7:30 PM, UWM Mitchell Hall, Room B91. Participants include Glenn Bach, Chris Delaurenti, Dale Kaminski, John Kannenberg, and others TBA.
Five tracks (“SFMOMA,” “SFMOMA2,” “MCASD,” SFMOMA4,” and “SFMOMA3”) included in the compilation, The Sonics of Art Spaces, Stasisfield SF-6001, December 2007.
All floors of the Kenilworth Building will be open to showcase the wealth and variety of artistic activity going on in the Peck School of the Arts. Sound will be represented by solo sets, improvisational arrangements, live sound to silent film, and installations. Participants include Glenn Bach, John Kannenberg, MiLO (Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra), and others TBA. Kenilworth Square East, 1925 E Kenilworth Pl Milwaukee, WI 53202, Saturday, October 6, 2007, 12 noon to dusk.