I think I mentioned sometime this summer that we recorded a new song for this compilation that just came out recently. It looks like a pretty sweet line-up of unreleased jams from radical groups. Our song "Dinosaur Games" is one of our favorites to play live, but as a slight disclaimer, had we known there was a band called Dinosaur Feathers on the comp, we might have submitted a different song. OH WELL! It's vinyl only, and you can check it out right here.
As part of the biennialPerforma goings on in NYC, some friends asked me if I'd do something for their 12 hour radio broadcast of feminist-inspired audio performances, going on right now, even as we speak/gaze. I came up with this piece, a comment on how informed the current musical landscape is by the contributions of feminist figureheads, and as tribute to some of my faves. The piece samples songs of some particular performers (Kate Bush, Karen Dalton) and leans heavily on the influence of others (Paulina Oliveros, Janice Giteck, Yoko Ono). It aired at about noon, but you should check the link above for more info on Performa, Broadside, the broadcast and to check out the show on an archive of East Village Radio. And also, the song by itself (less momentous) is below.