March 2024: read BOMB Magazine: Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork interviewed by Byron Westbrook

January 2024: announcing Chromatic Fields on dublab radio – a new monthly show hosted by Byron Westbrook. Airing every 2nd Wednesday from 4-6pm Pacific time, Chromatic Fields will focus on works that explore threads of overlap between contemporary art practice and music making. 

Follow @chromaticfields on instagram for supplementary material, book/record/artwork recommendations 

Thursday July 13, 2023 in Los Angeles: collaborative performance with artist Brice Bischoff at MOCA Grand, celebrating the release of the book How Close. Event is FREE, from 6-8pm, RSVP at this link

Thursday May 25, 2023 in New York, NY: presentation of multi-channel audio work for Diapason at NYU Bobst Library concert series

Monday May 8, 2023 in Providence RI: artist talk and presentation of multi-channel audio work at RISD Studio for Research in Sound and Technology

Sunday April 9, 2023 in Los Angeles: live performance supporting Kali Malone’s LA appearance at Lodge Room Highland Park, presented by Upend. Purchase tickets here

Sunday June 12, 2022: a performance hosted by the floating concert series, Los Angeles:

dublab radio June 8, 2022 – Byron Westbrook guest hosting from 4pm-6pm PDT with two hours of deep listening themed music:

High Desert Test Sites – Sometimes it is a Murmur, Sometimes it is a Pulse: March 5 sounding of Halsey Rodman’s HDTS work with Byron Westbrook, Celia Hollander and Jeremiah Chiu

Touch 40 festival, March 11-13 – Los Angeles, CA at 2220 Arts+Archives:

Announcing California performances in December 2021, collaborating with live visuals from Alex Pelly, tickets linked below:

December 9 – Los Angeles at 2220 Arts+Archives
December 10 – Santa Cruz at Indexical
December 11 – San Francisco at The LAB

Ash International announces Mirror Views, a CD/digital edition out September 17, 2021

order at bandcamp and Forced Exposure

Important Records announces The Harmonic Series II 3xLP set, curated by Duane Pitre: A collection of long-form works in just intonation by Kali Malone, Duane Pitre, Catherine Lamb, Tashi Wada, Byron Westbrook, and Caterina Barbieri

Available for pre-order now, out July 30, 2021:

May 6-9, 2021 Rewire Festival Online Edition, premiering new music made in collaboration with Koen Holtkamp‘s visuals

February 13, 2021 Bandcamp Live Release show for Distortion Hue LP

A ticket to this event includes a digital copy of Distortion Hue, and LP’s can now be purchased bundled with free access to the event here.

Self-Titled Magazine announces a new LP from Byron Westbrook titled Distortion Hue, to be released February 5, 2021 on Hands in the Dark Records as both digital and vinyl edition of 300. The record can now be pre-ordered here

upcoming events in 2020:

September 11: Streaming concert for Spectral Blur series on Public Records TV, curated by Kamran Sadeghi, co-billed with ENA, runs on loop 1-7pm PST / 4-10pm EST / 22hr-04hr GMT+2 / watch here on Friday during airing time

April 10: Experimental Sound Studios presents The Quarantine Concerts, live performance stream curated by Ben Vida, billing with Ty Braxton, Ben Vida, Olivia Block and Emmett Kelly. Performances 7:30-11pm Central Daylight Time

March 11: Seattle, WA at Chapel Performance Space: (CANCELED)

March 12: Vancouver, BC at Deep Blue (CANCELED)

March 13: Portland, OR at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center: (CANCELED)

recent events from 2019:

November 18: Los Angeles, CA Lodge Room Highland Park with Alessandro Cortini, Olive Kimoto

November 20: performing live on dublab radio “Elevation Through Sound” program 11am PST / 2pm EST / 8pm GMT+1

November 20: Los Angeles, CA Human Resources, with Yann Novak, Robert Crouch, Ian Wellman

October 10-13: Moreno Beach, CA Desert Daze Festival, performing in Sanctuary Tent

September 4: Los Angeles, CA Zebulon, with Kara-lis Coverdale, Ben Babbitt

August 17: Los Angeles, CA Perpetual Dawn 4-Year Anniversary Event

May 17: Los Angeles, 6-11pm, opening of Byron Westbrook artist residency with Coaxial Arts, presenting 4-channel audio/video installation Field of View, Played by Ear. Westbrook’s residency will also include curated screenings of audio/visual installations by artists Geneva Skeen and Yann Novak, on May 23 and 31 respectively. There will be a closing event on June 8

Spring 2019: Visiting Faculty at Pratt Institute Fine Arts Dept, Brooklyn, NY
Spring 2019: Visiting Faculty at International Center of Photography, NYC

March 30-31 MaerzMusik The Long Now Festival 2019