via Greg Sinibaldi:
I’m happy to announce the release of my newest record, Ascendant, on the Prefecture Music label.
Ascendant was recorded in the Dan Harpole Cistern with my good friend, clarinetist Jesse Canterbury. The Cistern is a unique space; a two-million gallon cylindrical concrete tank, originally constructed as an emergency water supply for fire control at Fort Warden in Port Townsend, WA. It has a 45 second reverb, which makes the acoustic qualities of this record truly unique. The album features compositions by myself and Jesse as well as a few improvisations, for two bass clarinets, saxophone and clarinet. It sounds awesome!
Additionally, you can get this record on an actual record! Vinyl baby! For only $12.50 you can buy a limited edition vinyl copy of the album. When you buy, you’ll also get a high resolution digital download of the music too, for all your iPod/computer/phone needs.
Don’t have a turntable? No problem, you can download the record in a number of digital formats, for whatever you want to pay for it!
Head to http://prefecturemusic.org/ for more information and links to get the record! I hope you enjoy it!