American composer Jeff Carey's music is a blend of fixed-media composition and electro-instrumentalism -- the music of the visceral, ecstatic, and electric moment. His inventions of fluid sound are in an ever changing state: a mobile moves in the wind, changes shape, and is in constant renewal. Listeners are invited to explore an abstract sonic universe and engage in a world inspired by fictional cosmology, code breaking, and mathematical conundrums.
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"Oh yeah. Oh very yeah. [...] his debut full-length CD and it's pure dynamite."Monsieur Délire on "Interrupt-Decay" (2012)
"... the sound particle split into whining leptons, whispering quarks and flashing Higgs bosons [...]"Bad Alchemy on "Interrupt-Decay" (2012)
"Fractured and malicious, this music is physical."Essmaa on "Interrupt-Decay" (2012)
"'Recording the Grain' is proof that the world of free jazz and improvisation is still interesting."Hans van der Linden, Kindamuzik, on Office-R(6)'s CD 'Recording the Grain'
"...this is musique concrete that has torn away from its formal, academic origins. Deconstruction and reassembly in nasty extremis."David Stubbs, The Wire, on SKIF++'s CD 'SK++[01,02,03,04,00]'