As the Internet expands, links pages such as this one can become less useful, but here nonetheless are resources related to the subject at hand. Sites that I visit on a fairly regular basis are followed by an asterisk. They’re all categorized as follows: acts (musicians, bands, sound artists), blogs/webzines, discussion groups (email and web-based), event listings, galleries (with some history of focusing on sound art), labels, museums (with some history of focusing on sound art), netlabels, the IMDB entries for film-music composers with a penchant for underscoring (that’s the Internet Movie Database), record retailers, and friends (the latter meaning some folks who have no substantial relationship to Disquiet.com’s coverage). Recommendations are always appreciated. You can reach me at email@example.com.
20 MOST RECENT LINKS:
ACTS (Musicians, Groups, Sound Artists):
BLOGS & WEBZINES
(minus sites in other categories):
ART GALLERIES (Sound Art):
MUSEUMS (Sound Art):
FILM SCORE COMPOSERS
IMDB entries for those with a penchant for underscoring
Spring 2013: The Disquiet Junto is assisting Geoff Manaugh in a course he is teaching at Columbia University's GSAPP, "San Andreas: Architecture for the Fault." Details at bldgblog.blogspot.com.
February 26: I'm giving a three-hour guest lecture about listening to a class on writing for radio productions at the Academy of Art in San Francisco.
May 15, 2013: Last day of 15-week course I'm teaching about sound in the media landscape at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, California.
Ongoing: In January 2013 I became part of the SoundCloud Heroes project, more on which in the near future. In the short term, full disclosure, I was gifted the top-level account, Pro Plus. Initial post here: "What I'm Up To."
Ongoing: The film The Children Next Door (2012), on which I served as music supervisor and collaborated with Taylor Deupree on sound design, is currently touring festivals. It won a special jury prize at DOC NYC and has also played at the Denver and Hamptons festivals. Directed by Doug Block, produced by Lynda A. Hansen. More at thechildrennextdoor.com.
Down the Pike: Concerts in the Disquiet Junto series are in various stages of planning for London, England; Portland, Oregon; and elsewhere.