The Spitz goes for Plan B, London 1997.
NEW & UPCOMING
When I built this site in 2009 I embedded a clever little java script I found that built self-advancing playlists for multi-track audio albums. At some point in the last six months a crucial link to some essential 3rd-party code vanished, and now you have to click each of the 42 tracks of 100 Of The World's Most Beautiful Melodies to hear the whole album. Wat jammer! So I've uploaded zipped files of most of my records and CDs for those who prefer to download my music to their favorite player. Each folder contains extra tracks and texts not on the original album. Go here to begin your enjoyment. For free!
Korean translation of Handmade Electronic Music released the week of my 62nd birthday. You can buy it here.
I'm pleased to announce the release of Salvaged, my first DVD (with 5.1 sound!), featuring seven compositions spanning 30 years of live electronic performance: laptop marching band, flickering candles, burning sparklers, trombone-propelled electronics, and the reanimation of dead circuitry by a hacker sextet. A sampler can be seen here. Full notes and purchasing information here.
I've updated the software for Devil's Music in honor of its 30th birthday (first performance was at the Anti Club in LA in 1985 -- I shared the bill with Dance Noise). DJing with live radio, originally using an ElectroHarmonix 16 Second Delay and two Super Replays. Now available in a program for your Mac. And since no-one seems to have a radio anymore I've included a feature that transforms your iTunes library into a scanning radio. Scroll down my software page for a screen shot and download links. (On this page you can also find utility software I recently wrote for creating new site-specific realizations of Alvin Lucier's I am sitting in a room).
99 glasses of beer on the wall! Feedback, buckets of water, turkey basters and cellphone vibrators! On March 21, 2015, I performed two new pieces inside Christian Marclay's wonderful show at White Cube in London. You can see a video here. And buy the limited edition direct-to-disc vinyl here.
I've uploaded an update of Waggle Dance, for laptop marching band, originally written in 2007 for PLOrk. Scroll down my software page for a screen shot and download links (Mac & PC) or download the Mac version here.