Seth Parker Woods will play Winter Tendrils on 15th April as part of the Gray Sound Sessions Vol.2 – a series of digital concerts from the Gray Centre for Arts and Inquiry, USA. The concert features two other works by Fredrick Gifford and Coleridge Taylor-Perkinson. You can watch the concert online here
Hailed by The Guardian as “a cellist of power and grace” who possesses “mature artistry and willingness to go to the brink,” this concert by cellist Seth Parker Woods is not to be missed.
Headphone Commute has done a feature on the L-NE MIX5 by Richard Chartier and features extracts from 21 wonderful releases on L-NE. It is a glorious 1hr30min mix. The feature is here.
The Stockholm Saxophone Quartet will perform Emergence and Rondures (co-composed with Paulina Sundin) at the Estonian New Music Days on 30th March 2020. Further details here.
A completely new version of Winter Tendrils will be given its world premiere by Seth Parker Woods (cello) at Octave 9 – a stunning immersive space in the Raisbeck Music Centre in Seattle, Washington on February 9th 2020. The work is for solo cello, 16-channel electronics and video (by Zoe Mclean).
Secret Dreams (from Rift Patterns on Audiobulb) is part of a stunning 2hr mix by Peter Cooten on his Ambient Blog. It’s available here to listen and download.
A new mix featuring extracts from Empire (LINE 99) as well as host of other fantastic LINE artists is available from the label’s bandcamp site here.
Saenredam’s Dream, a short 6-minute piece based on the paintings of Dutch Renaissance painter Jan Saenredam wonderfully mastered by Erdem Helvacioglu, is released on the final compilation from Eilean Records. Over five disks and over sixty artists who have released on Eilean this is a stunning set. You can listen here.