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Kyle Bruckmann: Purposeful Discontent

By Published: December 5, 2006
KB: Thank you. That is intentional on my part. I have a lot of different interests and a lot of different things I care about musically and I try to focus within particular contexts. They're a lot of different things but I try to make sense of whatever the project is by asking, "Why am I doing this? Why am I trying to make a jazz record? Why am I trying to make an electronic music record? And they are all very specific attempts to get at something in particular that I think I'm not getting at elsewhere.


Selected Discography

Kyle Bruckmann, Intents and Purposes (482, 2006)
Pink Mountain, Pink Mountain (Frenetic, 2006)
Lozenge, Undone (Sick, 2005)
Kyle Bruckmann, Gasps & Fissures (482, 2004)
Kyle Bruckmann, Wrack (Red Toucan, 2003)
Kyle Bruckmann, Grand Mal (Barely Auditable, 2003)
Scott Rosenberg, Creative Orchestra Music Chicago 2001 (New World, 2003)
EKG, Object 2 (Locust, 2002)
Kyle Bruckmann, Six Synaptics (Barely Auditable, 2002)
Scott Fields Ensemble, From the Diary of Dog Drexel (Rossbin, 2002)
Kyle Bruckmann, And (Musica Genera, 2001)
Olivia Block, Mobius Fuse (Sedimental, 2001)
Kyle Bruckmann, Entymology (Barely Auditable, 2000)

Photo Credits
Top Photo: Marc PoKempner
Bottom Photo: Courtesy of Kyle Bruckmann



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