Gregory Taylor resides in Madison, Wisconsin, where he has hosted
a weekly radio/webcast program of electronic and experimental music for a lot
longer than he would like to admit. He was involved in the cassette culture
movement in the 1980s as both a composer and writer/critic (OP, Sound Choice,
and Option), and has written more recently for Recording Magazine and Wired.
He studied electronic music at the Instituut voor Sonologie
in the Netherlands,
and studied Central Javanese gamelan with Martin Hatch, Andy Sutton, Sumarsam, and A. L. Suwardi.
His current musical work includes solo performance as well as collaborations with laptop virtuoso Brad Garton, extended Mandolinist
Terry Pender, trumpeter Jeff Kaiser, percussionist Tom Hamer, and visualist
Mark Henrickson. Gregory works with Cycling '74, a company that creates and distributes Mac OS and Windows software for audio,
video, and multimedia innovators.
Although my 1980s cassette-only releases on Art Level recordings are all out of print, You
can find a brief selection from them here. Four
early recordings from the USENET cassette projects (several of which I organized and
curated) in the 1980s are online here.
Dust Theories from Kim Cascone includes the DJ4'33" (that's me!) remix "ResidueBondage" 2003
From the Diary of Dog Drexel by The Scott Fields Enseble includes the remix "Medicated" 2004
Voiceband Jilt (c74 recordings) 2006
there(after) with Tom Hamer RTQE Recordings 2006
Remixes of various live performances by Brad Garton, 2004-2006
Amalgam Edits/Gamma Details from Palace of Lights' FLOOD series)
Amalgam: Aluminum / Hydrogen (Palace of Lights) 2007
The Desert Fathers: Coptic Icons w/ Jeff Kaiser (pfMENTUM) 2007
PGT: Temporary Habitations w/ Brad Garton and Terry Pender, Loochtone, 2008
A wide variety of PGT live performances are available here and here.