The Leonardo Electronic Almanac’s archives, a project to reissue articles that document over fifteen years of techno-cultural activity, has caught up with ‘My Favorite Things: The Joy of the Gizmo’ (Volume 15, No. 11-12, November–December 2007). That issue of the LEA, a companion to Leonardo Music Journal, Volume 17, featured my article, ‘In Conversation with an Automaton: Identities and Agency in a Heterogeneous Social and Musical Network’…. [Read the rest…]
News items pre-dating the move to WordPress…
for the July 10th 2008 Stet Lab. (details).
Add audio excerpt of the performance by Bruce Coates, Paul Dunmall, Trevor Lines, Han-earl Park and Jamie Smith from Birmingham, November 1st 2007. (The complete recording is available from frimp.co.uk.)
Changes to the performance schedule: new Edinburgh gig on November 26th 2007. Thanks to all, and Martin Parker and Lin Zhang in particular, for helping patch-up the cancelled Edinburgh gig.
Launch the new website at www.busterandfriends.com. I expect the usual teething problems, so please contact me if you find any bugs. Currently the audio/video files are still hosted at music.calarts.edu, but, as more stuff is updated in the coming weeks, these should also migrate here. Many thanks to music.calarts.edu for hosting us for so long.
Begin the process of retiring the old copyright agreement, and replacing it with Creative Commons Licenses.
Revision 0.0.4 of the duets between guitar and guitarist is in preparation.
Han begins teaching a course—Safety First: strategies towards minimizing danger in improvisation—at the Department of Music, UCC
Add quicktime movie of Lines with the live soundtrack recorded Amsterdam, August 28th 1998.
buster & friends’ d’da relocates to Cork, Ireland.
C-ALTO Labs presents a preview of project HZ.
buster & friends are co-sponsored Project Dada (Southampton) with the mission to investigate something by someone, somewhere at sometime.
Revision 0.0.2α of the duets between guitar and guitarist.