news | 14 November 2015 | The Sound Projector Speaks
The November issue of the WIRE magazine features an attached CD, Wire Tapper #39 including the track “Jane’s Pond” by Geoff Dugan. This is pure phonography from the context of improvisational architecture.
WIRE Tapper #39 is the latest volume in WIRE’s series of experimental and underground music compilations. It is given away free with every copy of the new November issue. If you are a subscriber you can down load and listen.
Vital Weekly #981, May 5, 2015
“A fascinating trip for Delaurenti, no doubt there, but it’s also, as an outsider, a listener, an excellent piece of music. Very spacious, in the most literal sense of the word. A nice letterpress package finishes of this great release. Take it outside and do a playback in an empty hall.”
—Frans de Waard
Avant Music News, June 4, 2015
“Slogging through the bilge water of this decrepit flagship, he heads for the cooling tower. Within, there is the splash of each step and crazy acoustics only a big, cement tube can produce, and without, there is melody – it could be the song of huge machinery heard from some distance, but it is an insidiously pleasing overture nonetheless.”
Package for the album: To the Cooling Tower, Satsop – Christopher DeLaurenti.