Friday, October 26, 2012


The two tracks I recorded on WFMU earlier this month are now available to stream/download from the Free Music Archive. Thanks again to Dan Bodah, WFMU for making the session happen and to FMA for making the recordings widely available.


Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Advance Reviews

Speaking of the The Choir, The Army, a few write-ups have already trickled in:

Brendon Moore from Fluid Radio:
"Is this an ambient record for some post-industrial, post-human age? It certainly seems the sound of a thousand electronic devices turning in on themselves to create digital chaos. What’s scary is how calming it can all be. But that seems to be part of Shiflet’s point."

Read the full review here.

 And,  Ian Maleney on Thumped:
"It is a testament to Shiflet's immense skill with sound that such a strong emotional arc presents itself over the course of the album, reeling in the listener and opening up a series of terrain to explore."

 Read the full review here.

Omicron Serenade Video

Video for the track Omicron Serenade from the forthcoming The Choir, The Army LP on Under The Spire Records.

Preorder info can be found here.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

WGXC Hudson Recording

A nice - if slighly blown out - room recording of my set in Hudson, NY is available here thanks to the fine folks at WGXC. It isn't the highest fidelity, but it gives a good idea of what the sets were like on the recent tour if you weren't able to make it out.

A few other recordings might find their way here or onto a release in the near future. I need a little more time to unwind, listen back and reevaluate everything.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Albany Multi-Exposures

A great series of photos by Mr. Widarto Adi.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

WFMU Performance and Interview

I performed two numbers and got grilled by DJ Dan Bodah his WFMU show Airborne Event last night. If you weren't able to tune in or are hearing about it for the first time right now, you can catch the archived program right here.

Ego Blasphemy Stills

A few stills from the Ego Blasphemy projections.