i consider television landscape to be an "la" record (as opposed to an "nyc" record), so it was particularly exciting for me to be interviewed, along with my bff/newam co-director sarah kirkland snider, by the la times on the subject classical crossover. the resulting article/interview came out on thursday, and includes some kind words about television landscape, including this nugget of awesomeness:
"[Television Landscape] evokes an earthquake-weather mood along a painterly musical landscape of searing rock, shaded by tonal passages of strings and French horns, flutes and, in one emotional spot, a children's choir. You might wonder if Jane's Addiction had discovered the soul of Debussy."
you can read the full article here.