However, Young recently released his debut duo album with cellist/multi-instrumentalist Aaron Martin entitled, A Pulse Passes from Hand to Hand on Chihei Hatakeyama's label White Paddy Mountain. Small things I love and that are part of my life, almost nothing.
He also performs in a trio with pianist Shinya Sugimoto and 16mm projectionist Joel Schlemowitz as well in a post-Celtic folk duo with Daniel Merrill called Foxout! Young has shared the stage with notable artists such as Hauschka, Julia Kent, Aki Onda, Matana Roberts, Jason Lescalleet, Aaron Martin, Dead Rat Orchestra, Barn Owl, Sam Shalabi, Alexander Turnquist, Tom Carter, Noveller, Ben Vida & Koen Holtkamp among many others. This small work is inspired by Walt Whitman poem Song of Myself, and it's mixed with parts of Erik Satie's composition Caresse.
*Young has been invited to Geneva by the Musée d'Éthnographie to co-curate and conduct a residency series in 2016 exploring the collection of ethnomusicological recordings in the Museum's Phonothèque archive. Faxen - In this momentary awareness I tried to tell myself,... Bio: French radio correspondant in Latin america, self-taught "sound artist".
For the last four years I have been taking a sample from every video I watch on my laptop. Since 2011, I'm exploring the sounds of violence and conflicts to create sound pieces and installations.
The Chants Beneath Project features a total of 120 newly commissioned sonic works from the world's most exciting sound artists.
Each piece makes use of, or responds to, a unique cassette-tape loop created by artist Jeremy Young.
one: Fragment vs Fluid New work by Julia Kent, Hakobune, Astral Social Club, Miguel Carvalhais, Nils Quak, Alberto Boccardi, Chuck Bettis, thisquietarmy, Jean DL & Sandrine Verstraete, Alan Courtis, Brian Chase & Thomas Barriere.
Jeremy Young is an artist and entrepreneurial strategist working predominantly within the flexible borders of sound media.
His creative work includes compositions for recording and live performance, reel-to-reel tape collage, sound-poetry and audio-visual scoring.
His main interests as a performer lie in the analog treatment of surface-based audio (piezo mic'd objects and surfaces, manipulating tape and tone via texture and voltage), as he is not concerned with what one hears but how it is heard and through what lens.
He has performed and released material throughout Europe, Asia, the US, UK and Canada.
In 2014, he was awarded a Media Artists' Assistance Grant by Wave Farm (NYSCA) to create 125 unique artist edition double-sided loop pieces towards developing sustainable audience engagement with the sonic arts, housing all the loops online in a freely streamable living archive and commissioning over 120 sound artists to create new work using each singular piece.