Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Music Of The Future

Of course, no one knows what music will sound like 100 or more years from now. Could Beethoven have imagined jazz or so-called “hillbilly” music that would be the popular music just 100 years after his death? Growing up in the 1970’s, I have a very particular idea of what Music Of The Future sounds […]

Seven Pieces Of Tilework

How do you argue with free music? Tom Johnson writes very mathematical modern music, and his latest album is available for listening on his web site. He has a lot of CDs for sale, since he’s been writing music for a while. So this must be an interesting transition. Or not. As he says on […]

Handmade Music L.A. v2.0

CRASHspace hosted the second Handmade Music L.A. on Saturday February 26. We had a full house and a good slate of performers.  And most of them have new music you can get for free or cheap!