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LINER NOTES: RHYS CHATHAM, “A CRIMSON GRAIL FOR FOUR HUNDRED ELECTRIC GUITARS”

  A nose for Gog the spool unwinds Magog you go fast to Rhys and Shanghai night clumps about. No reference stalks the air tonight, the static pull of endless and-so-forth awash with defectionwith each step walking on water. Pool for a while cancel and tear up (rhyme with ear, rhyme with air) there where […]

The Five Antis, the Four Uncleans, the Dirty Three

Shortly after arriving in Shanghai, I blogged for about a year via Typepad at Sound Friend, named after the cheap Chinese speakers Monika and I bought at Electronic City on Fuxing Lu to power our downtime and occasional parties. (Typepad because Blogger was blocked, and then Typepad was blocked, and then I gave up on […]

Salon 383: Sound & Sense— Composer/sound artist Yin Yi; Gu Ling on Chinese poetry and translation; poetry by Hai An

Monika and I are pleased to announce that the second event in our Salon 383 series will be held this Sunday, February 12 from 3-5pm. Salon 383 seeks to create a space for artists, writers, designers, musicians and critics to present their work in a warm, informal atmosphere followed by discussion among the artists and audience members. […]