Sacha Archer’s .wav is an iteration of ambient poetics. Cd in origami sleeve. Includes an 8 page 4×3″ booklet documenting the process. Edition of 20 CD’s, or download for free on bandcamp.
In .wav, Sacha Archer reads a portion of The Waves, by Virginia Woolf, while submersed in water. Slightly slowed.
Tonopah and TidewaterRR (for Harry Partch) is an 8.5″x11″ trifolded pamphlet with colophon by J. Mulcahy-King. It has been produced in an edition of 65 copies.
Utilizing the Chinese tonal system, J. Mulcahy-King has composed a piece with only the letter O. Mapping the articulations on a grid to correspond with instruments invented by Harry Partch, Tonopah and TidewaterRR is a sustained shifting utterance in which each shift indicates the movements of trains along the referred to line.