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“Noir Telos” featured on Dominique Bailey’s online radio program “websyncradio”, Paris, France, 2013

Curated by Richard Garet.

Jean Luc Godard’s film “Alphaville” and the electronic voice of Alpha 60 in addition to the science fiction atmosphere that permeates the film was considered. I wanted to create a track that was musically spatial and somehow cinematic.

Click here for more info. And a direct link to full playlist.

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C60 Cassette. Ed 30.
Green Records and Tapes

Dagon is a live studio recording of the noise collaboration between DSE and Witches of Malibu. This cassette contains the extended track Constrictor and the track Naga.

Green Records and Tapes, Ypsilanti, MI. July 2013.

Mastered at Catasonic, LA.

Witches of Malibu is the noise project of Richard Skott Rusch. This project is comprised of violently psychedelic electronics, American industrial power of suggestion, and meditations on relaxation through noise mongering.

Scott Rusch has been associated with the bands Hunting Lodge, Screw Machine, and Farflung.

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Neg-Fi/DSE       7″ Split Limited Edition White Vinyl

Released 15 February 2013

DSE     ‘sixthirteentwelve’     33 RPM.  DSE studio, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY; June 2012

Neg-Fi    ‘Concussion Sleep’    45 RPM. Type Foundry, Portland Oregon; July 2012

DSE, in collaboration with the experimental Brooklyn based duo Neg-Fi, have just released this Limited Edition 7″ white vinyl album.

Available for download and physical purchase on Bandcamp.

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Live Performance at L.A.C.E., Hollywood, CA.

08-22-2012

Live performance with Yann Marussich and Dominic Fernow.

In Bleu Remix, Marussich invited David Schafer and Dominic Fernow to accompany him with a live sound performance. An installation comprised of a mysterious blue liquid oozes through the layers of  Yann Marussich’s skin and one hour live sound performance.

DSE’s live performance is available for download on iTunes, BandcampSpotify, and CDBaby.com.

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MDSE poster
2011
11″ x 17″

On March 5, 2011, MDSE performed at Lumenhouse as part of Arts in Bushwick’s Site Fest.

Video, Sound, Performance at Lumenhouse was curated by Nicholas Shifrin and Andrew Brennan, who described the event as “physical instruments and kinetic performance/sound art, re-enacted YouTube sensations and ethereal vocal works.”

MDSE, comprised of electronic noise duo MeKaniKdolls and artist David Schafer performed a 35 minute set of live noise and voice improvisation.

The 6 participants include:

Aaron Berman
Andrew Brennan
Ryan Brewer
Lesley Flanigan
MDSE
Nicholas Shifrin

View all clips here

soundShoppe @ Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock is a monthly unstructured sound workshop/noise jam for experimental musicians and sound artists presented by SASSAS and Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock.

I performed as DSE with six others for two hours as part of soundShoppe on August 22, 2010.

SASSAS soundShoppe excerpt 1
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SASSAS soundShoppe excerpt 3

DSE @ soundShoppe

MATERIA: Investigative Collaborations in Health/Medicine + Art” is a group show as part of Cabinet Magazine‘s Intern Initiative, curated by Suzanne Stroebe and Matthew C. Wilson.

April 21–24, 2010
Cabinet Magazine, 300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn
Reception: Friday, April 23, 6–8 pm

Inspired by the interdisciplinary nature of Cabinet, Matthew C. Wilson and Suzanne Stroebe have brought together ten projects created by collaborative pairs of artists and health professionals. Created specifically for this exhibition, each collaborative piece is an investigation into materiality, drawing on the unique combination of each pair’s professional and creative practices. The result is a collection of work that transcends boundaries in order to engage the public in a discussion about how art and health affects us all. This dialogue, about the process of collaboration and the blurring of boundaries between health and aesthetics, is as integral to the show as the projects presented in the exhibition space.

For more information and examples of the collaborators’ work,
see the MATERIA blog.

Michelle Stroebe and I collaborated for the Materia project. Michelle is a Nutrition Scientist and  based in the west coast. We designed a poster and a card that could be distributed, handed out, framed, and otherwise used as a a way to raise awareness of food consumption and chemical additives.