David Grubbs, from Louisville, Kentucky, made an impact on the indie world during a prolonged residence in Chicago. He was in the likes of Gastr del Sol with Jim O’Rourke, The Red Krayola and he’s an artist in his own right. The Wired Salutation is consistent with Grubbs’ solo work, in the sense of its trembling ambience. From what the synopsis says, this appears to be a pure one-off – this was a live recording. It includes a download, but I’m not seeing a digital/CD release in sight. If you like what you hear, you better get while the gettin’s good folks. This piece goes with the recordsÂ that’ll be going for a pretty penny down the line due to their obscurity and strange nature. The Wired Salutation is fit to go with any aliens that are popping in your humble place of residence for a quick visit. Check out a preview of The Wired Salutation below by going through the Buy Now button and see what you think of it. Cheers!
A live recording from the performance "The Wired Salutation" by Angela Bulloch and David Grubbs at Hebbel am Ufer Theater, August 18, 2013, Berlin. Composed and performed by David Grubbs, Andrea Belfi, Stefano Pilia and Angela Bulloch. The Wired Salutation 3 of 3 - is the third and last section of the recorded live performance.
Angela Bullochâ€˜s conceptually rigorous works deal with systems and structures that engage the expectations of her audience. Her sculptures often incorporate light, sound or text that address issues of authorship and aspects of time. David Grubbs is known for his solo albums and his participation in Gastr del Sol and the Red Krayola, as well as for his cross-disciplinary collaborations with Susan Howe and Anthony McCall.
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