Pre-Orders now available for Through the Window and the Wood!
Exciting news! Pre-orders for the new release of Through the Window and the Wood, beautifully realized and recorded by Andrea Young, are now available at, http://danielbrandes.bandcamp.com/
For $15 you get a beautiful limited edition book of poetry by my brother Benjamin Brandes, which includes the poem used for Through the Window and the Wood. The book also comes with liner notes and a digital download of the record. Laura Brandes, did an amazing job with the layout and design…it’s a lovely little book. I will post some pictures soon!
For $5, you can purchase a digital download of the piece — which comes with pdf liner notes.
This project has been nearly 4 years in the making! Amazing to see it going out into the world.
World Premiere/New Release!
Consisting of 16 sonic dwellings, each defined by a unique quality of vocally generated white noise, Through the Window and the Wood is a deeply immersive sonic experience, described by Michael Pisaro as “beautiful and transparent”. The concert will be followed by an artists talk with Andrea, Benjamin Brandes (my brother and the poet whose work is used for Through the window…) and myself.
To celebrate the premiere of this work—which has been four years in the making—a limited edition dual release of poetry by Benjamin and a recording of Through the window and the wood will be available. This beautiful release includes “49th and Chester”, a debut collection of 7 poems by Benjamin, as well as liner notes and a digital download for Through the window and the wood.
100 numbered copies will be available at $15 each. A digital download of just the piece and liner notes will be made available for sale via Edition Wandleweiser Records/Band Camp. Stay tuned!
The Victoria Times Colonist launched a new section, “The Islander”, in today’s Sunday paper. Part of this section will be a series of interviews with local artists. I was featured in the inaugural edition. Read it here:
Last week Victoria arts and community blogger Janis La Couvée interviewed me for her blog. We talked about A Place to Listen, and how I came to be involved with the Wandelweiser experimental music community.