Paul Dolden “Remastered”

Wednesday, March 12, 2003 General

UK magazine The Wire publishes an interview with Paul Dolden in its March 2003 issue (#229). The empreintes DIGITALes label is completing the production of 3 new discs by Dolden who just finished the impressive task of remastering all his works. A first CD, Seuil de silences, reissues 3 works from the original The Threshold of Deafening Silence (from 1990) with 2 unreleased mixed works. The original edition of L’ivresse de la vitesse (“Intoxication by Speed”) (from 1994) was also entirely revamped and will soon be available as 2 distinct albums.

More info

Renovation Inside!

Wednesday, March 5, 2003 General

During your visit, you may notice subtle changes to the interface of certain sections of the site. Don’t be surprised! we are currently renovating our site to make it more manageable and (hopefully) easier to navigate. Meanwhile, you are invited to contact us with your comments, and to inform us of any bugs you may find! We are also open to your ideas and suggestions. Please write our webmaster. Thanks for your understanding.

Dunkelman Composes for dance

Friday, February 21, 2003 General

While spending the year 2003 in residency at the GMEM (France), Stephan Dunkelman also proposes two new music for Barbara Mavro-Thalatissis’s choreographies: Motion Pictures, to be presented in Brussels, Courtrai (Belgium), and Grenoble (France) and Sans queues ni têtes to be also presented in Brussels and Marseille (France).

Free Cache 2002

Tuesday, February 11, 2003 General

The collaboration with the CEC and PeP continues with electrocd.com including a free copy of the new CD Cache 2002 with any online purchase of empreintes DIGITALes titles — while supplies last. The item is automatically added to your shopping cart. Cache 2002 is the recent compilation produced by the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC). [Finished on March 31, 2003.]

More info