Boomkat Product Review:
NYC-based, multidisciplinary art+music platform Blank Forms Editions pack a headful of info into the 2nd volume of their occasional journal, including standout features on John Corbett’s study of Sun Ra’s reel-to-reel tape annotations; a trio of pieces focussed on Maryanne Amacher; and Catherine Christer Hennix writing on just intonation and her time spent studying under Hindustani classical vocal master, Pandit Pran Nath...
“Music from the World Tomorrow" brings together a combination of never-before published, lost, and newly translated materials. The journal is envisioned as a platform for critical reflection and extended dialogue between scholars, artists, and other figures working within the world of experimental music and art.
Music from the World Tomorrow includes contributions by Alan Lucht, Tony Conrad, Klaus Lang, Tashi Wada, Patty Waters, Larry J. Nai, Kan Mikami (translated by David Hopkins), Dafne Vicente-Sandoval (translated by Charles Curtis), Akio Suzuki(annotated by Aki Onda), Marcus Boon, Catherine Christer Hennix, Limpe Fuchs, David Fuchs, Zoro Babel, Amy Cimini, Annea Lockwood, cry cole, John Corbett, Scott Fisher, Olaf Stapledon, Andrew Lampert, and Matana Roberts. Edited by Lawrence Kumpf with Joe Bucciero.