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J.C. Combs (born 1970) is a Seattle-based new music composer. His works include “Charmed Elixirs” from 2008 (Sequenza21 described it as “antique poise and luminescence recalled in a disturbing dream from just last night”), “Bats in the Belfry” from 2009, “Safe Passage” on the premiere Russian label Electroshock Records from 2010 which has been featured […]

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About Composer Marc’antonio Modaro

Let me introduce you to a friend of mine, composer Marc’antonio Modaro. I met Marco back in the days of Mp3.com.  We used to frequent their message boards and enjoyed lively debates (of course in the middle of composing works).  We then coincidently joined a composer network called “The Group” which subsequently changed (with my […]

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Listen to David Toub

Link: David Toub Its Saturday night and I’m dying of heat. I was planning to compose a 20 minute-plus work dedicated to Mars Webbens this weekend and ended up composing IMO the most mainstream work yet to date: An Incidental Lucid Moment (although I kind of dig it). Anyway, I want to give a nice […]

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Ture Larsen

Ture Larsen has some great music up at his Myspace page.  I am not aware of a blog or website to link to, but his page over at Myspace offers a fantastic visit full of  mysterious sounds mixed up with electroacoustic and standard orchestral instruments.  Ture doesn’t hold anything back in his composition and it shows.  […]

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A Great Listen

I ran into Marc Chan on the web yesterday via his Myspace band page.  I remember when I first heard his works, a piece called “J’s Box 2 for Five Oboes.” I sent Steve Layton a message and said check this guy out.  So yesterday I visited and noticed he has been working on a piece called “My Wounded […]

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