Audio

Below you will find material from a few solo and collaborative sound projects I have been involved in these past few years.

"Sam"

solo

A track re-released on April 20th, 2020 for a compilation by the Nino Tomorrow Label benefitting Project HOME in Philadelphia.

 

Two tracks re-released for a compilation called Covid Collection: Week One by the Heavy Days label in Miami, FL.

 

DJ "Sam"

mixes

A short mix for WORKER

WORKER ยท WORKER003 ๐Ÿ’Œ Heart_Goes_Out ๐Ÿ’Œ DJ "Sam"

 

Next Bus Pls

brass synth duo with Kwami Winfield

Recording of a jam in January of 2020.

 

4uarm

harsh noise duo with SWEETZACH aka Change or alignmentchange

Recording of a jam in January of 2020.

 

duolingo

free electroacoustic group featuring rotating members Anna Mortiz (acoustic bass), Re Chang (saw), Theo Thimo (vox), Zachary Gargulio (digital electronics), Erinn Buhyoff (sax/electronic), Danny Garfield (vox/weather machine), Sebastian Alacron Leon (digeridoo), Jonathan Marty (keyboard synth), and sometimes more or less

Recording of a practice session in Summer 2019.

 

2uarm

solo clip pop. 2018-2019

Here is a track from an album I put out on Tall Tapes in April of 2019, it is called Miami Cannibal Attack.

 

BOTTOM TEXT

casio collage band with Milly Cohen, Ray Alfonso, Maggie Gault, Misha Lukov, and sometimes more or less, with Cooper Carrington of I Hate It Here as a collaborator often

Here is a track from an album we put out through El cuarto elรกstico called What Doth Life? in April of 2018.

 

Here is some photo documentation from recent performances.

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performing in 4uarm for Noise Brunch 3 by Center for Psychic Technology at h0l0 on June 23rd, 2019 / shot by @auniqueting

 

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performing in duolingo (covering Wolf Eyes) at the Windjammer on Halloween 2019 / shot by Chloe Carrasco

 

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performing as 2uarm at the skinny apartment on February 25th, 2019 / shot by @theoriginalpaintedfaces

 

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performing in BOTTOM TEXT at the International Noise Conference in 2017 / shot by Walter Wlodarczyk