Monday, November 30, 2020

Shapes by Tim Gaze is available now at Bandcamp! A Post-Asemic Press Sound Poetry/Sonic Release #005

The legendary asemic writing artist and publisher Tim Gaze has a new album out of sound poetry from Post-Asemic Press.

It is titled  ʂ ɦ ɑ p ɛ ʃ  and is a full album of sonic speech invention.

Tim recently finished a degree in linguistics and his education serves him well in these recordings. 

They are difficult to describe but are a pleasure to listen to. The recordings are a new direction pointing towards the future of sound poetry, where Tim engages with the technology of modern recording and effects, but also tells an ancient story of mind and magick. Without any more words, the album best explains itself. Also look out for Tim Gaze's collection of asemic writing Glyphs of Uncertain Meaning coming out this spring 2021 from PAP.

 ʂ ɦ ɑ p ɛ ʃ sound poetry by Tim Gaze

The tracks were recorded between 2017 & 2020 at home all compositions written, produced & performed by Tim Gaze 

All tracks are Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial license 

Cover art & design by Tim Gaze 

Sound poem 1 & sound poem 3 previously published in Utsanga 19

Influences: Henri Chopin, Jaap Blonk, dub, techno timgazesoundpoetry<@>gmail<.>com

Sunday, November 29, 2020

Post-Asemic Press has an official Bandcamp Page for all spoken word/sound poetic endeavors!

Post-Asemic Press now has an official Bandcamp site where I will be releasing tracks related to the press. The first track released is by Mike Di Tommaso. It is a translation of Michael Jacobson's first asemic writing novella The Giant's Fence. There is also another track for Hei Kuu , Michael Jacobson's recent collection of Senryu poems, recited by Diana Magallon with a sonic background by the prolific Internet artist Jeff Crouch. There is also the soundtrack to Michael Jacobson's asemic writing film Mynd Eraser, and his long prose poem The Paranoia Machine.

Click here to check out the bandcamp site:

The Giant's Fence is included in Works & Interviews by Michael Jacobson and can be downloaded for free at UbuWeb.

Hei Kuu was recently released by Post-Asemic Press and is available now at Amazon.