Today Olivia Block speaks about 132 Ranks and her experience working with the Skinner Organ at Rockefeller Chapel, in an interview on Morning Shift WBEZ 91.5 FM. Block discusses her early days in Texas, how she came to experimental music, and her current interests as an artist, including what makes this new work commissioned by Lampo and … Continued
Eye-bleeding, eruptive lung-outs from Stockholm-based composer and musician Dror Feiler. Here, in his Chicago debut, he performs The Return of the Real, solo compositions for contrabass, tenor and sopranino saxophones aswell as pieces that mix reeds with interactive computer systems and electronics.
Feiler’s music is a molten flow of sound, where, he writes, “the coarse rawness is an attempt to break listening patterns.”
Dror Feiler (b.1951, Tel Aviv, Israel) emigrated to Sweden in 1973. He is the founder of free improv ensembles Locomotiv Konkret and The Too Much Too Soon Orchestra. In 2002, he received Sweden’s prestigious Hilding Rosenberg Prize.
Support provided by the American-Scandinavian Foundation