mobile.music series [second e.p. available 02/12/10]

a little over a decade ago, artists and musicians began experimenting seriously with using laptops as instruments during live performances. i remember my friend matt borghi and i having long discussions about how the laptop could change how people approached live music. it’s funny looking back now thinking about those conversations because at the time, […]

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images from 11/22/09 WXPN radio concert

Images from the November 22, 2009 radio concert on WXPN FM’s Star’s End program. Philidelphia, PA photo credits l-r: 1-3: soma611 4: kathy jeffries

new demo

The summer months have proven to be very fruitful in the studio. In addition to the recent visual works and performances, I’ve started working on the follow up to my most recent album [ — ].  At the moment, i’ve recorded around 65 minutes of new material and plan to continue recording into the fall. […]

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social [net.work music] performance now archived

On Thursday evening  june 25, 2009 at 8pm [EST] [-5GMT] a live set of SOCIAL [net.work music] was broadcast from my studio in Baltimore. The entire performance is now archived in the “work” section here at jasonsloan.com. To listen to and read about the project visit the link below. Listen here [LISTEN] *Update July 15: […]

stillstream concert now archived

If you missed my live performance Saturday night on Stillstream, I’ve archived the entire 60 minute concert in the .sound section of this site. I’ll also be adding a few more radio concerts from the archives throughout the month of July. Listen here [LISTEN] enjoy.

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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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