Performing and recording multiple tracks on a four-disc set of SSS’s definitive works, released on Navona Records (2017).
Traxler Studios (NYC) mixed and mastered Timber LIVE @ the 2014 Bang on a Can Marathon, Winter Garden, NYC. Released with Michael Gordon’s Timber Remixed, an A-list of experimental electronic artists on Cantaloupe Records (2016).
Andy Meyerson “performs” my work, Structural Harm. Created at Traxler Studios (NYC), August 2015 for Slashsound Records.
CPU (a post-apocalyptic electronic opera for the end of the world, in one act.)
An original story told in fourteen songs.
We tracked great music by Jenny Olivia Johnson at Octaven Studios in Yonkers, NY for Innova Records.
Mantra Percussion & Jamie Jordan perform, The Days Are Nouns, for Paula Matthusen’s album, Pieces for People (2015). Recorded and mixed at Traxler Studios (NYC) for Innova Records.
Joey Van Hassel performs Stuart Saunders Smith’s new glockenspiel solo, On: Empty, for his album, Correlates (2014). Recorded, mixed and mastered at Traxler Studios (NYC) for Soundest Recordings.
Recorded, engineered, mixed and mastered at Traxler Studios (NYC).
Playing Jerome Kitzke’s powerful work, Paha Sapa Give-Back, with Mad Coyote at Kaleidoscope Studios (NJ) for Innova Records.
Scratchtracks: The Music of Jude Traxler (2014)
Featuring Brett William Dietz with Chemorocket and futureCities
NYC new music supergroup, The Knells, releases Andrew McKenna Lee’s concept album of the same name on the New Amsterdam label.
Includes my solo, Revolver, for glockenspiel and 6-channel delay.
Commissioned by Brett William Dietz for his album of glockenspiel solos, Nocturne, Revolver is a mind-bending work for solo glock and 6-channel delay. With speakers placed around the audience, Revolver plays on directional themes and riffs on motives from Rage Against the Machine’s tune by the same name.
Featuring Tempus Fugit Percussion Ensemble playing with Hamirüge, the Louisiana State University Percussion Group.
The Foundry Steel Pan Ensemble plays Andy Akiho’s “Alloy” in a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles. We were in town for a performance with the LA Philharmonic as part of the Green Umbrella Series.
Includes a prerelease of my track, The Black Brave Ocean, for six pianos – performed by Chemorocket and futureCities (Brett William Dietz, Anne Rainwater & Jude Traxler).
Based on 21 chords, the Black Brave Ocean evolved into 5 installations – individual compositions that are, essentially, bad copies of bad copies, creating structural and tonal variations that eventually collapse into a series of theatric games and concluding with no performers at all through audio playback.
Playing, recording and engineering great percussion music by David Stock.
Stuart and I met in June of 2007. After many years of discussing the lack of finesse and musicality in “electronic” music, we collaborated on a structure of graphic notations and electron manipulations. The result – a romp of improvisatory drumming and an iPod on shuffle. Check out the overhead cam from the studio recording with Dustin Cicero at Manhattan School of Music in 2010.
Stuart and I met in June of 2007. After many years of discussing the lack of finesse and musicality in “electronic” music, we collaborated on a structure of graphic notations and electron manipulations. The result – a romp of improvisatory drumming and an iPod on shuffle.