A Year With Swollen Appendices: Brian Eno’s DiaryBy George Grella
And this is where A Year With Swollen Appendices is most insightful. The Appendices are informative, short essays through which Eno presents his thinking and values. The diary part of the book, for the most part, is informative in a different way.
From Space to Environment, Fluxus to Furniture Music: The Women of Kankyō OngakuBy Sadie Rebecca Starnes
This two-part essay takes an expansive look at the female artists that both prefigured and forged kankyō ongaku across disciplines, as well as the myriad influences informing their work.
Logan Richardson and The Jazz Forum TalentsBy Martin Longley
The Kansas City-born alto saxophonist Logan Richardson is enjoying an ongoing relationship with the Szczecin Jazz festival organizers.
Listening In: Jakob Bro, A Dream ReconstructedBy Scott Gutterman
Reconstructing a Dream is the oneiric opening track on guitarist Jakob Bros recent release, Uma Elmo (ECM), and it is up to the challenge of its title.