Supercosmic is the inaugural release by the computer music collective Bitpanic. All tracks are free improvisations recorded remotely during 2021. Bitpanic members were located in Stockholm, Chicago, and Los Angeles and recorded live online via networked audio software.
Potential Artifact (2021) is a series of computer-based improvisations using sample manipulation, algorithmic processes, feedback, and randomness as organizing principles. Though rarely recognizable, samples include acoustic instruments, spoken words, field recordings, and computer generated tones.
All tracks are
All tracks are free improvisations performed during the Covid-19 pandemic. We virtually gathered via networked audio software to improvise in real time. Each player sent their individual audio signal to a shared server where the sounds were distributed
Marshweed Ensemble recorded this record at the Berenice house in NE Los Angeles in Nov/Dec of 2020, and it is largely made up of live tracks from the studio album “Marshweed in the Garden.” Tracks 7 and 8 are bonus
One (2019) is the debut album by the trio Feeney Chaplin Sumner. Feeney Chaplin Sumner make ambient electroacoustic improvisation. They coax bass shakers, vibrating sheet metal, field recordings, synth tones, and tuning forks into evolving drones, disparate characters, and
Mesh (2018) was an experiment in psychogeography, collaboration, and sound led by Clay Chaplin. During the month of June 2018, a group of sound artists from Los Angeles, Chicago, and Reykjavik took residence in a large, isolated house in the
Wake (2017) is an album based on field recordings that I have collected over the years. A few of the recordings have been creatively treated to modify the soundfield and others are presented in their original form. Each track has
Marshweed in the Garden is a project by Heather Lockie and Clay Chaplin. For about two years, we worked in the studio to create a new album of Heather’s songs. We were the primary performers but a number of super