ASM SLEEPS AROUND
In 2004, Anti-Social Music inaugurated a commissioning/collaboration program they called "Anti-Social
Music Sleeps Around," in which we approached artists working outside the concert music world and offered
them the tools and assistance to write a chamber work. The first two installments, with the New Jersey
hip-hop trio dälek and Detroit's His Name Is Alive, appear on Anti-Social Music's
2012 release, "Anti-Social Music Sleeps Around,"
limited to 400 copies of 180-gram vinyl
(w/ download code), presented within a truly unique jacket: an exclusive paperboard edition of
multimedia artist Scrapworm's interactive 3-D cube-like sculpture "electrons shifting." You can listen for free on Bandcamp.
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