We are happy to announce three new releases now available through Perfect Wave!
023 Bryce Hackford 'Looking Off'
Two side-length fifteen minute compositions produced from field recordings, sampling and improvisations that meditate on arriving, leaving, anticipation and ending. Field recordings taken at the Pantheon and piano recorded at the American Academy, Rome.
024 Private Elevators 'LA Looks'
Private Elevators is Adrian Knight and Matt Evans. Recorded between 2014 and 2017 in Boscawen NH, Brooklyn NY, and Reykjavik IS.
025 Tropical Rock 'Yellow Dock'
A collaboration between Ka Baird, Camilla Padgitt-Coles and guest musician Taralie Peterson of Spires That in the Sunset Rise on saxophone. Bandcloud on Side B: "...It's a gently modulated syncopated cascade of synth bleeps that wouldn't be out of place on a 90s trance comp. It's incredible. These sounds drift away after about nine minutes, allowing a bed of sound to take over. Flourishes of saxophone escape this mist from time to time, suspended in time, eventually fading into nothingness."
PW VOL. 4 WEB VERSION
Vol. 4 of Perfect Wave is a commentary on art as a vehicle for spiritual, emotional, and political change. The issue features interviews with MSHR on their work with light, sound and symbols, Yuri Tuma on overcoming OCD and art making, Maja D'Aoust the "White Witch of L.A." on magic, and the late, great minimalist composer and experimental filmmaker Tony Conrad on his early days living as an artist in NYC in the 1960s. It also features a conversation between members of The Golden Dome School including performance art pioneer Linda Mary Montano and artist-healers Eliza Swann, Grace Kredell, Genevieve Belleveau, and Monica Uszerowicz, as well as an interview with Ensayos' Camila Marambio entitled "Art, science, and uselessness in Tierra del Fuego" by Catalina Jaramillo. Throughout the issue there is artwork by Raúl De Nieves, Alex Phillipe Cohen, and Genevieve Belleveau and poetry by Joey De Jesus, Amy Catanzano, and Jillian McManemin.
Individual interviews here