Mills Spring 2020 Compilation

by Mills College Music Department

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4JB 03:20
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Solar Return 04:03
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Moth Lullaby 05:12
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Glass Charm 07:34
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Burbank 07:38
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Lancet 06:12
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Untitled 06:25
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Toll 02:20
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View Port 05:38
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Network_4B 02:20
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Yu 10:32
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Restorative 12:18

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This diverse collection of works represents compositions by students working in the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College in Spring 2020.

In solidarity with the black lives matter movement, and in lieu of donations for the bandcamp streams, the artists request donations to www.blackorganizingproject.org and/or www.antipoliceterrorproject.org

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released July 8, 2020

1. 4JB - Jake Parker Scott & Mitch Stahlmann

2. Screen (Hyperreal) - Kyle Bates

Written, recorded, composed, and created by Kyle Bates

3. Solar Return - Michelle Moeller

Made using samples of an astrological reading to trigger synthesis patches in Max/MSP (2019)

4. Spawn:Upriver - Background Noise Ensemble

Composed, performed, recorded and produced by Michele Seippel, Samuel Regan, Chari Glogovac-Smith, and Briana Marela (homemade instruments, found sounds, and electronics) (April 2020)

Mixed and mastered by Samuel Regan

5. Moth Lullaby - Michele Seippel

6. Glass Charm - Kristian Dahlbom

Performed, composed, and recorded by Kristian Dahlbom (2020)

7. Burbank - Chari Glogovac-Smith

8. Lancet - Chad Glenn

Video available at signal-flow.org/MUS251/
Mastered by Christopher Davidson

9. Untitled - Cat Pooley

10. Death Fantasies Orcas - Krishna Jhaveri

Written, recorded, and mixed by Krishna Jhaveri

11. Toll - Samuel Regan

Composed, performed, recorded and produced by Samuel Regan
Unknown Tone Record 139 all rights reserved (April 2020)

12. View Port - Mitch Stahlmann

13. Polar Bears Future Past - Courtney Lain

14. Network_4B - Background Noise Ensemble

Composed, performed, recorded and produced by Michele Seippel, Samuel Regan, Chari Glogovac-Smith, and Briana Marela (homemade instruments, found sounds, and electronics)
Mixed and mastered by Samuel Regan (April 2020)

15. Yu - Xinjian Huang

Yu is a collaboration performance with a Chinese dancer (Rui Yao) who is specialized in water sleeves. The data stream of the dancer's movement, analyzed by the wearable sensor attached to her clothes, is sent to the composer's Max/MSP patch wirelessly and generates all the music in real-time.

In Chinese opera, water sleeves refer to white silk extensions to the cuff of garment sleeves. They are so named because performers can use them to produce movements like the ripples of water. The piece was made to explore more possibilities of the modern expression in traditional Chinese art. (2020)

16. Elderflower Evolution - Van Jackson Weaver & Michele Seippel

17. Restorative - Maryzelle Ungo

(2020)

Cover art by Kyle Bates.

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Mills College Music Department Oakland, California

The Mills Music Department has stood at the forefront of experimental music for decades. All music students can work in the recording facilities of the Center for Contemporary Music, a world-renowned facility for electronic and computer music that has played an influential role in the development of contemporary musical culture and is an important link in the long chain of innovation at Mills. ... more

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