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After spending the past 22 years hosting a multi-genre radio program which focuses on "avant garde" music, I felt that I had absorbed and internalized so much that I felt I might have something to offer on the creative side. So Voila!

Check out "Pushing The Envelope - Music Decidedly Left of Center" on Thursday evenings, 8 to 10PM, EST on 91.7FM, WHUS, the radio station of the University of Connecticut, in Storrs.

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Why this name?
thanks mom and dad
Do you play live?
It's all about the software. I don't play live.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It certainly gives folks a way to get their music online and "out there".
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!!!!!
Band History:
There are times when you are exposed to something long enough that it works its way through your neural networks and finds its way back out again, filtered through whatever capacities you can bring to it.

For the past 18 years I’ve hosted a radio program, “Pushing The Envelope – Music Decidedly Left of Center” on WHUS, the radio station of the University of Connecticut. During that time I’ve become quite partial to electronic music as well as classical minimalism. From Brian Eno to Philip Glass, these styles have developed, first quite separately, then with the advent of computer technology, coinciding. (Check out John Adams’ “Hoodoo Zephyr” for a fine example of this.)

With the advent of sequencing and sound editing software for the “common man”, thousands of individuals have been able to express themselves, for better or for worse, musically for the first time. I felt it was my time to jump into the fray. From the early Steve Reich-ian homage, “BabyPhase” to the quiet ambience of “JimC”, I’ve distilled a lot of the music I’ve listened to and played for others into my own personal expression. I hope something here works for you.
Your influences?
Steve Reich, Philip Glass, King Crimson
Favorite spot?
Equipment used:
It's all about the software, Cakewalk and Adobe Audition (previously known as CoolEdit), and the hardware, a good set of ears.
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