Friday, March 30, 2018

TCB Anniversary!

Looking forward to participating in Track Could Bend #37 - Third Anniversary All-Star Spectacular! Guess that makes me one of the stars. Yay! Here are the details:

~~~~~

Track Could Bend #37: Third Anniversary All-Star Spectacular!

Tuesday, April 3, 8 PM - 11 PM
Arrayspace, 155 Walnut Avenue, Toronto

improvised music + weird rock offshoots, presented by Mechanical Forest Sound

PWYC / doors @ 8 / show @ 8:15 / done @ 11
[we'll have a lot of music to get played! We'll be starting earlier than usual!]

Joe says, "Much to my surprise and delight, Track Could Bend has been around for three full years! To celebrate, I have invited everyone who's played in the past year to come back for a special anniversary blowout. The night will feature instant "bands from a hat", drawn at random right before the players head up on stage!"

"Bands from a hat players" (subject to change!): Jakob Rehlinger, Craig Renaud, Luke Kuplowsky, Diane Roblin, Mira Martin-Gray, William A. Davison, Katie Jensen, Mani Mazinani, Matt Nish-Lapidus, Heidi Chan, Justin Huang Ford, Bea Labikova, Chris Trotter, Michael Keith, Kat Estacio + more to be added!

**ALSO!!** Fabulous door prizes!

FB event page -  https://www.facebook.com/events/1593585780677463/

~~~~~

Hope to see you there!

- W.A.Davison
www.recordism.com

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Long Play 3

"The Long Play - Episode 3 - Hot Fudge" is now available on Mixcloud!





- W.A.Davison
www.recordism.com

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Vies De Saint-Artaud



S.Higgins and I have a collaborative collage in Vies De Saint-Artaud by Quebec publisher La vert├Ębre et le rossignol. This 116 page perfect-bound book features the work of over 75 artists from the International Surrealist Network and is available for purchase in print or pdf form from Lulu -

http://www.lulu.com/shop/la-vert%C3%A8bre-et-le-rossignol/vies-de-saint-artaud/paperback/product-23562213.html

- W.A.Davison
www.recordism.com

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Mechanical Forest Sound review

Maybe not a "review" - more like documentation with commentary - but still very much appreciated! Here's a blog post on Mechanical Forest Sound discussing my recent live collaboration with Neal Retke aka {An} Eel:

http://mechanicalforestsound.blogspot.ca/2018/03/recording-bim-prongs-eel.html

- W.A.Davison
www.recordism.com