Live at The Black Dog
By Ars Electroacoustica: Nathan Hanson, Kyle Hutchins, Scott Miller, and Ted Moore
Recorded Live at the Ars Electroacoustica Improvisation Series at The Black Dog Cafe, St. Paul MN.
crediNathan Hanson, soprano and tenor saxophones
Kyle Hutchins, soprano, alto, and tenor saxophones
Scott Miller, laptop
Ted Moore, laptop
Live in Baltimore
By Kyle Hutchins & Niccolo Seligmann
Kyle Hutchins and Niccolo Seligmann performing bbbaby for prepared saxophones, prepared viola da gamba, EWI, electronics, and baby head theremin at The Crown in Baltimore in January 2019.
Cloud City Collage
Music by Kyle Hutchins & Eric Lyon
Visuals by Zach Duer, Scotty Hardwig, and Renato González
Cloud City Collage is a visual album of experimental mediamaking using virtual rehearsal processes spanning Europe and the Americas, a choreographic phantasmagoria of images, bodies, sounds, and animals. Set to the improvised saxophone and electronic sound worlds of Kyle Hutchins and Eric Lyon, it merges the poetics of dance, animation, and music into bizarre and chimeric dreamscapes. The visual elements use movement, projected dimensionality, video, and image processing to interpret many layers of frontier spaces - the body as a border and a choreography of skin that divides human beings from one another; the barriers and portals of language and written text as doorways to imagination; the borders between human beings and our environment amidst other species that surround us, from tiny fungi to leaves and branches of rhizomal organisms that spread their roots beyond their initial growth to migratory birds that pass over walls and lines of human maps. Collaged microphotography and imagery taken from the environments of North America, Mexico, and France offer a choreographic journey through the many cultural and biological borders that bind us together.
Light & Shadows
By Kyle Hutchins and Eric Lyon
Dark-ambient EP of saxophone and electronics developed by Hutchins & Lyon.
New American Volume 1: Works for Flute And Piano
By Patricia Surman and Jooeun Pak
New American Vol. 1: Music for Flute and Piano Features Works by David E. Farrell, Lauren Bernofsky, Amanda Harberg and Daniel Dorff.
The Leesta Vall Sessions
By Kyle Hutchins.
Solo acoustic free improvisations on sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones. A collaboration with Leesta Vall Records NYC to create limited edition unique 7" 45rpm clear vinyl record singles. These are the collected tracks, available digitally and as a double feature CD with TOASTED.
Music by Ted Moore, Text by Timothy Otte, Performed by The Dream Songs Project: Alyssa Anderson, mezzo soprano and Joseph Spoelstra, guitar
Timothy Otte’s text sets a crumbled, post-apocalyptic world in which he describes the creative process of making idiosyncratic meaning where objective meaning cannot be found. Musically, feathermucker is a combination of folk, experimental, and electronic music; cinematic sound fx; and sound art installation. The varied genres represented in feathermucker mimic the varied tones and forms in the poetry. The musical and textual themes are constantly being recast in new contexts, forcing a listener to be constantly revising one’s understanding of the material, much like our constant recalibration to the varying messages and contextualizations in contemporary society. Using a programming language called SuperCollider, Moore processes the soprano and guitar in real time to create a third character in the drama of the performance. The middle section of the work features a solo for feeding-back guitar, which, through live processing, gives a sound often considered harsh a rebirth into something beautiful.
HISTORY IS GOING TO CHANGE
By: Sarah Porwoll - Lee, clarinets
Solo and chamber works for clarinet and bass clarinet by Katherine Bergman, Joshua Clausen, Libby Larsen, Ted Moore, and Daniel Nass. Assisted by James DeVoll, flute; Jeremy Johnston, percussion; Ben Osterhouse, cello; Jerrod Wendland, piano.
By Binary Canary: Jeffery Kyle Hutchins, woodwinds; Ted Moore, laptop
A collection of improvisations for woodwinds and laptop. Available as CD or Limited Edition Cassette Tape.
"Hutchins and Moore display their individual virtuosity, and group musicianship to create a cohesive product. 'click/blow' is well worth the listen" Signals for Images
"A full on noise-jazz symphony" Raised by Gypsies
By AVIDduo: Brittany Primavera, flute; Jeffery Kyle Hutchins, saxophone
This debut release by AVIDduo in February 2014 features all original works for flute and saxophone by American, Australian, and Czech composers. This album explores the sonic capabilities of each instrument and how the two relate and interact with one another through various mediums of performance practice from electronics, sine wave oscillators, percussion instruments, and even the voice. Works by Joshua Clausen, Anna E. Garman, Paul Hayden, Peter John, Alvin Lucier, Ted Moore, Mark Oliveiro, and Lenka Štůralová. AVIDduo is joined by guest Peter John on piano.
"Captivating... plenty of inspiration here." The Flute View