Transmission Intervention Amsterdam: Day Three

Last month while during a 10 day residency at STEIM [STudio for Electro Instrumental Music] I created a body of improvised sound works of varying duration. These concerts were performed live during the day and night on the FM band throughout the city. Because the documentation was recorded directly from the receiver, any static or […]

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Signal To Noise: January 27 – March 1, 2012

About signal.toNoise: I first became interested in minimalism as an undergraduate while studying painting. I recall reading Sol LeWitt’s “Sentences on Conceptual Art” and being taken by his statement: “Successful art changes our understanding of the conventions by altering our perceptions.” This radically changed how I viewed many minimalist works moving forward. Monochromatic pieces like […]

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review of (s)END

The folks over at Hypnagogue have written a wonderful review of my newest album (s)END. Head over and check it out. READ REVIEW

(s)END: new studio album out today.

My 14th solo record (s)END sees its digital release today. The album runs around 56 minutes and features six new tracks recorded this past Fall through late Spring. (s)END was created mainly with a Korg MS20, Roland Gaia and Yamaha DX7 which helps give it a dense, & layered analog sound. CD copies of (s)END […]

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Live on Sadayatana

On Friday August 5, 2011, from 11pm-12am EST, I performed live on the Sadayatana program for StillStream radio. The audio was simulcast live on 93.5MHz in the Baltimore metro listening area and consisted of three all new electronic ambient compositions created for this broadcast. If you missed the show you can now stream it through […]

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Jason Sloan is an electronic media and sound artist, musician, composer and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.

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