“…a connoisseur of creative perversity”
The Endangered Guitar is a journey through the land of unending sonic operations, an interactive hybrid between a guitar and a computer.
Third Eye Orchestra
The core ensemble in New York City consists of live sound processing of string quartet, wind/brass quartet, two pianos/keyboards, guitar, bass, percussion, voices, and the occasional guest.
Dark Circuits Orchestra
Large multi-movement pieces performed by an ensemble of contemporary electronic instrument practices such as circuit bending, no-input mixers, laptops, turntablism, analogue circuitry, network sniffers, live coding and soldering, and more.
Dark Circuits and Third Eye workshops, at colleges, festivals and more.
Works for Blippoo Box, Buchla, littleBits and other oscillation systems.
Live Sound Processing
Projects using the Endangered Guitar software for electronic sound processing on percussion, string and wind instruments.
With veteran circuit bender Joker Nies (Cologne), Mario deVega (Berlin) on amplified objects and turntables, and Hans Tammen (New York) on Endangered Guitar.
Third Eye Electric Band
Dark, sometimes brooding ensemble passages mix and mingle with tightly woven drum-loops, and extended solo cadenzas build up to a mighty hymn to machine work, music of a metallic nightmare.
Music For Other Instruments
Automatons such as Disklavier, LEMUR GuitarBot and tabla machines, for bowed styrofoam and ship’s horns
Interviews, articles and other texts.
Dark Circuits Festival and Spectrum Series, surround sound and visual art exhibitions, and more.
Sound and visual arts installations, listening rooms and more.
"…a killer tour de force of post everything guitar damage."
Larry Nai / Signal To Noise
"The cream of New York avant scene delivered the musical goods in a thrilling 75-minute display that combined individual virtuosity in a cohesive and fun-filled framework."
Irwin Block / Avant Music News about Third Eye Orchestra
“A bracing sequence of seismic dynamics, barbarous stabs of modified frequencies, snippets taken from heaven-knows-what-third-world-radio, children at play with their own atomization, ominous manipulations…, problematic timbral layerings, rhythms that would not remain in place if nailed with a mallet.”
Massimo Ricci / Touching Extremes about Die Schrauber