Performing and recording multiple tracks on a four-disc set of SSS’s definitive works, released on Navona Records (2017).
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.
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.
Featuring Tempus Fugit Percussion Ensemble playing with Hamirüge, the Louisiana State University Percussion Group.
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).
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.
My recording of SSS’s vibraphone solo, Links No. 7 (New England Night Weave), for New World Records.
Featuring the percussion styling of Hamirüge, the Louisiana State University Percussion Group.
Engineering, Mixing and Mastering done at Cat Crisis Records, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.