Stasisfield (12005, December 2014)
“When artist Philip von Zweck decided to shutter his Something Else program, a Chicago radio institution for fifteen years, Stasisfield launched an ongoing remix project of the show’s theme tune, inviting anyone who ever appeared on the show to create a remix. Glenn Bach, under his Mminor moniker, has decided to take this a step further; he’s produced an entire album that uses the theme as its source material. In Mminor’s hands the theme is stretched, erased, imploded, carbonated, shredded, and dithered within an inch of its life, its original ninety three seconds sprinkled across more than thirty elegiac minutes – ashes to ashes, dust to dust.”
Stasisfield (SF-6008, June 2008)
Five tracks (“SFMOMA,” “SFMOMA2,” “MCASD,” SFMOMA4,” and “SFMOMA3”) included in the compilation, The Sonics of Art Spaces, Stasisfield SF-6001, December 2007.
Five field recordings, (“SFMOMA,” “SFMOMA2,” “SFMOMA3,” “SFMOMA4,” and “MCASD” included in Stasisfield: The Sonics of Arts Spaces, a radio broadcast (curated by John Kannenberg) on Framework, Resonance FM, London (along with recordings and compositions by Anne Guthrie, John Kannenberg, My Fun, and Steve Roden), 28 November 2006.
“freespeech,” Sonic Network Analysis, as part of version>04 invisibleNetworks, Stasisfield, 15 March 2004.
“phye,” The Audible Still-Life, Stasisfield, October 2003
Stasisfield (SF-2005, May 2003)
“Frequent Stasis_Space contributor Glenn Bach’s debut EP is a hauntingly beautiful combination of digital leftovers, found art and the space between musical events.”
–John Kannenberg, Stasisfield
“round length of the room,” The Palimpsest Project, Fall 2002.
“incidental music,” con/text, Summer, 2002.