Gerald Biggs developed Filthy Grin as a living sound journal to document explorations in the sonification of sculpture and body movement. Currently located in Montreal, over the past decade he has self-released a series of cassettes, performed as a member of Pigeon Religion, collaborated with various artists (J.S. Aurelius, James Fella, etc.) as a sound engineer, in live performances, and through sound design. “Saturn In The Mirror” collects two long appreciated pieces from many, many years ago, compiled as an LP to be shared with all. LP design and concept by JS Aurelius. Collage by Gerald Biggs.
Uncompromising large ensemble studio recordings from Los Angeles, 2016: John Wiese, Charlie Mumma, Bill Nace (Vampire Belt, Body/Head), Martin Escalante, Ted Byrnes, and elders of the Los Angeles [...]
Is the Belly / In the Belly: an old fashioned “jam session” with a deep but distant, natural room sound. Fluttering alto sax and calm, staccato trumpet slowly find their way: spelunking towards a [...]
As part of Whited Sepulchre’s 4 x LP release in June, Cincinnati experimental electronic artist Andrew Elaban brings his wide-screen conduction of chance connections and orchestrated unfolding of [...]