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  • Glenn Bach
    Here is the latest free download on MPRNTBL: AT THE EDGE OF THIS FOREST Double Blind http://www.mprntbl.com/mprn-003.html Double Blind improvised alternative
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2009
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      Here is the latest free download on MPRNTBL:

      AT THE EDGE OF THIS FOREST
      Double Blind

      http://www.mprntbl.com/mprn-003.html

      Double Blind improvised alternative soundtracks inspired by the short
      films of the Brothers Quay, recorded live at {open}, Long Beach, CA,
      October 19, 2006. "Enjoy a feast for the senses as the already
      stimulating Quay films undergo radical transformations at the hands of
      some of the most interesting experimental musicians in Southern
      California" (OC Weekly). Participants included Glenn Bach, Jessica
      Catron, Jeremy Drake, shea M gauer, Jorge Martin, Joseph Richard Negro,
      scott A peterson, Michael Raco-Rands, and Marco Schindelmann.

      Administered by Glenn Bach, Double Blind explores the intersection
      between the analog and digital in both live improvised performances and
      collaborative studio soundscapes. Double Blind features a dynamic and
      fluctuating membership, depending on the project and location. Wounded
      Speaker, released January 2009 on MPRNTBL, has generated an offshoot
      project, Signal Out, forthcoming on MPRNTBL. Their current project, At
      the Edge of this Forest, features a live recording of alternative
      soundtracks inspired by the short films of the Brothers Quay.

      MPRNTBL is a net label dedicated to quiet music, lowercase, free
      improvisation, field recordings, analog noise, and collaborative
      soundscapes. Forthcoming releases from Intense Situations of Peril,
      Lisle Ellis + Marcos Fernandes, and Aaron Ximm.


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