Heavy Fog releases Bespoken plays Nick Storring & Daniel Brandes

JUST COVERbetterHalifax’s Divorce has recently launched a subsidiary: Heavy Fog, a label which documents ‘deep undercurrents in classical music’

I’m honoured to say that their inaugural release is a tape by my band Bespoken playing a composition of mine and one by wonderful person and composer Daniel Brandes, a Canadian branch of the Wandelweiser group.

Bespoken consists of myself, Ilana Waniuk & Cheryl Duvall of the Thin Edge New Music Collective, Matthew Ramolo (aka Khôra) and Brandon Valdivia (of numerous projects—Picastro, Not the Wind Not the Flag, and Mas Aya to name a few.)

Stay tuned for details of (a) release show(s)!  In the meantime dig on this little Exclaim! story about the label.

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About Nick Storring

Nick Storring is a Toronto based composer, cellist and electronic musician with a wide palette of interests. Awarded the Canadian Music Centre's 2011 Emerging Composer Award, his broken-violin-based electronic piece Artifacts (I) also won first place in the 2008 Jeux de Temps/ Times Play competition for emerging Canadian electroacoustic composers. His chamber music has been performed by the Quatuor Bozzini, Arraymusic, the Madawaska String Quartet, the Esprit Orchestra, and Thin Edge New Music Collective. He also regularly creates incidental music for theatre, film and intermedia projects, including for the MT Space's Last 15 Seconds which toured through Canada and the Middle East, ambient gaming installation "Tentacles" which was presented at MoMA in 2011, and Ingrid Veninger's feature film "The Animal Project" an official selection at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. Apart from making regular solo appearances, he also plays in Picastro (Polyvinyl Records), I Have Eaten The City and improvising cello duo The Knot with Tilman Lewis. He has collaborated live and in the studio with Nadja, Sandro Perri, Daniel Johnston, Araz Salek, Laura Barrett, Rhys Chatham, Wyrd Visions, Andrew Timar, Castlemusic, Eddie Prevost, Diane Labrosse, and Damo Suzuki (of Can).
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