Richard Horowitz’s Eros In Arabia comes to us as the fourth release from Freedom to Spend this year, with a visual for “Eros Never Stops Dreaming,” the album’s second track. As the bendir frame drum sets a bowing rhythm and the feathery wind of the ney flute floats above it with effortless mathematics, an embodiment of Eros In Arabia is intercepted by one of a generation for whom the tactile music listening experience may eventually resemble strange ceremony and circumstance.
pep llopis’ poiemusia la nau dels argonautes makes its waves into the world today via freedom to spend 🌊 an album almost intimidating to be a part of sharing again considering its musical depths / reaches ~
champ ensminger reimagines marc barreca’s assembly line of processes and industrialized inquisitiveness in his vignette marc listens.
following sara musselman’s visual work inspired by michele mercure’sEye Chant album, our Freedom To Respond exhibition series continues for Music Works For Industry.
satpreet kahlon’s sculptures and carl nelson’s illustrations will adorn the Machine House Brewery for a week following a special launch event on Saturday, June 3, co-presented by local crew elevator. marc barreca and rosen will perform live, jed bindeman (1/3 of FTS) will DJ throughout the night.
Michele Mercure’s Eye Chant marks the inaugural offering from Freedom To Spend. Freedom To Spend is concerned with autonomous anomalies produced by musicians working within and outside the limits of technology to create intimate art. By virtue of this, the music of Freedom to Spend resonates across a broad sound spectrum, but thrives without rigid regulation.
Filmmaker Jason Evans explores the patterns and processes behind Mercure’s meditations on sound, collapsing the timeline of Eye Chant with his vignette, michele prepares.