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Shawn Greenlee


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Greenlee is a composer and performer of experimental music. His work centers on freestyle performance with computer systems for both sound and image. Since 1992, Greenlee has been standing at the epicenter of Providence’s panicked music scene, and is best known for his solo electronic music, under the moniker, Pleasurehorse, as well as for founding and performing in the frenetic rock group, Landed (est. 1997). Other points of reference include his membership in the band, Six Finger Satellite (1999-2001), and his role in Providence’s warehouse community of the late 90s including, the art collective and venue, Fort Thunder.

Greenlee has recorded for a number of labels including Load Records, Utech Records, Vermiform, Hospital Productions, and History of the Future. He tours extensively appearing at venues ranging from clubs and warehouse-parties to galleries and concert halls.

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  • mirroribis

    I've reviewed the album Katabasis.2. If you like it the review, feel free to put it somewhere else. "As rawly digital as the tracks on Katabasis.2 may sound, it seems have an organic structure. I don't believe that this is due to any perceived randomness: I think it's because the songs (inadvertently or not) behave like an organism, and an organism's behavior would also appear random if one did not understand it's motives. As I have explored the motives of the artist as artist through these tracks, I have heard a sonic Pollack. The abandon and guerrilla kanji that he uses are apparent and will be easily recognized by those familiar to those who've seen his live performance. As far as understanding the motives of this artist as human, I must confess I'm at a loss. My guess is that the only motive behind the tweaking of listeners he does so effectively would be to Immanentize their personal eschatons, to break through old patterns and leave a space for novel thought."

    8 Oct 2008 Reply
  • mirroribis

    Glad to see that you're still stretching your horse. I hypothesize that, even if your snap, your doubled horse will still trample. Chin chin!

    1 Oct 2008 Reply