Bozidar Brazda on Record
Published May 20, 2009
At the 2008 Whitney Biennial, Bozidar Brazda hung a metal chair from the ceiling in the Park Avenue Armory, upside-down. It was an antenna, meant to pick up mysterious programming designed by the Canadian-born multimedia artist: sounds of spliced songs, friends’ and familys’ voices, scripts-on-tape, callers to a radio station, and various other false oddities filled the dark wood period room. It was layered, eclectic, and personal. Brazda’s new 7″, “Taste,” is more straightforward artsy punk rock than aural whack-a-mole—but it’s still a good time. It’s available online now at Tic Tac Totally Records, and will also be sold at Asia Song Society’s Editions show at the end of the month.
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