Alec Livaditis has started up a new cassette label called Silt Editions. The label's first release will be a split between himself and Derek Baron. Baron's A Side is entitled "Terms to be Avoided" while Livaditis's B Side is entitled "Come to". Both sides last approximately fifteen minutes. Livaditis notes that his track is a departure from his usual music, and is mostly comprised of collaged tape music, while Baron's side is reminiscent of Robert Ashley. The cassette will be released in June and is limited to 70 copies. Those who are interested in reserving a copy, or have any further inquiries, can email the label at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Thursday, Alec Livaditis performed a show with Peter Sloan that was broadcasted live on the Athens, GA-based college radio station WUOG. He's just released a recording of that performance on his Bandcamp page here. He's also uploaded a single entitled November which features two field recordings that were incorporated into that exact performance. You can stream all of these above or on his Bandcamp page. The live performance is presumably meant to be streamed only, something that's made clear by the $99 price tag.