2009

  Avenue of Poplars in Autumn, 1884
  Tall grass collects trash, worms do not feed off of this.
  The day that Martin Luther accidentally burnt down his own house.
  The Train Leaves Tonight
  The Starless Ocean In The Shimmering Night
  The weather forecast has been threatening rain now for days, they still have yet to deliver on that promise.
  Holodomor  (video)
  Newlyweds gaze out of a cafe window, as rain washes the night. (written: July 2003 - recorded: July 2009 - as part of The Black Notebook graphic score series)

All tracks written, performed and produced by Michael G. Breece

© copyright 2009 Michael G. Breece

December 25th 2008

2008 shall deliver us...

from evil.

  The 18th of May, in the year 2008
  April Showers  (video)
  The Garden  (video)
  Eye Prefer Machine Gun
  The 28th of May, in the year 2008
  Untitled, #179
  Prism 1
  The 16th of November, in the year 2008
  
All tracks written, performed and produced by Michael G. Breece

© copyright 2008 Michael G. Breece

2007 brought us...

You asked for a paragraph...I gave you a novel.

1) Tipping the dishwashers along the way.
2) Like a ghost being boiled alive.
3) Aeon goes to Butlins.
4) With bated breath, we walked out of the liquor store with a cheap case of beer.
5) Ballad of the neo-nazi skinhead who sent the girl with a liberty spiked mohawk straight to hell.
6) Tarkovsky was right, the world does look better in sepia.  (video)
7) There was a light, that shot through the window, piercing shadows of a worn night.
8) The study of dipshits on speed going nowhere fast.
9) July 30, 2007: Ingmar plays his last game of chess.  (video)
10) The only light on for miles, a used car salesman sits in his small office with wood paneling at 2:36 in the AM.
11) The proud owner of the most pedantic poodle in all of Austria.
12) Remember the time I vomited on the Ferris wheel?

All tracks written, performed and produced by Michael G. Breece

© copyright 2007 Michael G. Breece

Invisible (December 25, 2006)

2006 sprung upon us...
         “Collected Requiems For Innocence Lost”

1. “Fireflies hover over road kill in an effort to stay balanced
2. “The disappearance of a knife thrower’s assistant (November 13, 1957)"  (video)
3. “Traffic won’t budge, as Joseph bleeds profusely in the backseat
4. “Rain bathes a black tar road, he will not reach his destination (for Gus Christofi)
5. “Stifling the urge to get an ax from the basement to bash your skull in (for Charles Crumb)
6. “The time for purification is at hand”  (video)
7. “The schizoid who drinks tea instead of coffee due to a heart arrhythmia chokes on an apple slice
8. “Clouded still life on hard wood floors (for Renee Hartevelt)"
9. “The angel of West Washington Street was raped tonight at the Catalina, Room 27
10. “Early morning light streams through a window

All tracks written, performed and produced by Michael G. Breece

© copyright 2006 Michael G. Breece

          2004 saw a project (Programma Di Religione) that called for works of .15 seconds in length, interesting exercise, here's the result...

"pope" (34.1 - Benedict V 964)

The year 2003 was dedicated toward graphic notation...

  Newlyweds gaze out of a cafe window, as rain washes the night. (written: July 2003 - recorded: July 2009 - as part of The Black Notebook graphic score series)

The year 2002 was devoted to sketches...

"untitledsketchthree"

"the formal education of a deity whilst under the influence of basic cable television" (track listing)

Untitled Collage #3 - 1995/2001/2002 (10:15)
Sticking the silverware into the digital dollhouse - 1999 (9:29)
The prop - 1998 (3:33)
Untitled Collage #2 - 1996 (5:58)
The space between ones eyes - 1996 (8:20)
The ballad of humanoid - 1994/95/96 (11:17)
The Woods - 1995 (4:26)
Maria - 1995 (5:01)
Sleeping fit of Mr. Annapolis - 1994 (:47)
The sacrificial worms of stuart - 1994 (4:24)
The life and times of an embryo - 1994 (2:20)
Lost railroad - 1992 (1:27)
While driving home from the 9 to 5 - 1991/92 (1:50)
When glass could sleep - 1991/92 (3:20)

All tracks written, performed and produced by Michael G. Breece

© copyright 1991-2002 Michael G. Breece


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