Closing in on the album art for the "Seicremllams" EP cassette release. As the release draws near I'll be leaking some of the tracks for it online.

In the mean time, here's a rough mix of "I'll Regret This Tattoo When You Regret Ending The World," from the followup LP recorded with the help of Dr. Caterwauls and Carl Testa, entitled "Small Mercies."

This September marked the release of the October '11 performance by the Syntactical GTM Choir on New Braxton House recordings. It's available online in MP3 and FLAC formats at the Tricentric Foundation Website.

Finally, I'll be releasing a cassette of G. Zarapanecko material, two new tracks composed for a film, as well as one remix and one track from "Little Black Dots on the Air." Stay tuned for notice on that - I'm very excited for my first physical release by this project.

In upcoming performances, I'll be helping out in an undisclosed fashion on the performance/discussion by vocalists Anne Rhodes and Kyoko Kitamura as they discuss and perform the Ghost Trance Music of Anthony Braxton as well as original compositions by each of them. Performance is at the Downtown Music Gallery in Manhattan, 11/11/12 at 7PM.

I'll also be performing the Earthseed Songs again with Anne Rhodes and Brian Slattery, with some new additions to the cycle on December 1st, at a TBD location in New Haven. Also on the bill are the Emerging Voices Project, soprano Elisabeth Halliday and saxophonist Zach Herchen, performing music commissioned for the duo. Stay tuned for event location info, time probably 7PM...

Dr. Caterwaul's (now featuring Chris Cretella!) is performing a vaguely holiday themed show with the Cygnet Sisters on December 9th at the Big Room, New Haven CT. The time will be late-afternoon/early evening and family friendly!

Finally, we've set the date for the Wesleyan New Music Ensemble concert - it'll be in the evening, specific time TBA, on Tuesday, December 11th.

Last but not least, here's the flier for the upcoming show with Mal Blum and Zoe Boekbinder. This is the first time I've done a flier by hand, and this flier is exceptional for no other reason.

Stay tuned as always for further announcements, details, clarification.

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