|The third part in this ongoing series
features percussionist Kevin Shea, the
processing work of Adam Sonderberg,
and violinist Dan Warburton. These three
perspectives cover varying grounds of percussive insanity, microanalysis of texture, and dark swells of surreal melody. Out of the series thus far, these three tales reflect the most varied ideas and differing moods, reinforcing the power of the individual experience. A text piece, which was written, edited, modified, and recycled by the three participants is also included.
Kevin Shea studied music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. As a drummer/composer he has toured Europe, Canada and the U.S. Most recently he has two releases on Touch and Go Records with the collective stormandstress. Current projects include Coptic Light (firstname.lastname@example.org) with Jon Fine of Bitch Magnet, and love of everything (loveofeverything.com).
Adam Sonderberg works predominantly with concrete-based compositions utilizing the computer as a discrete processing and assembly tool. His instrument of choice in a live context is the guitar: tabletop and acoustic.
Dan Warburton received his PhD at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY. A British-born pianist/violinist/composer, he moved to Paris in 1988, where his activities have included music composition and performance, as well as broadcasting and journalism for the publications Signal To Noise, The Wire, Pulse!, and Paristransatlantic.com.