Selected press: reviews, profiles, and commentary.

DeLaurenti Exhibit: An Exciting
Sensory Overload
Collage of articles by Gavin Borchert, Francois Couture, and Peter Monaghan.
Emily Douglas,
The Virginia Informer,
January 28, 2013

Tuesday 11th October
Richard Pinnell,
The Wandering Ear,
October 11, 2011

Sound of tha Police
Jean-Xavier Boucherat,
Glasgow University Guardian,
November 16, 2010, p. 24

Seattle Phonographers Union
Peter Monaghan, Earshot Jazz, December 2009,
pp. 12-13

Tombino Blues:
Christopher DeLaurenti non compone vede poesia…

Luca Liguoro, Ventiquattro, Fall, 2008,
pp. 90-91, 93-94

An Original Thinker Puts a Fresh Spin on Experiencing Sounds and Music
R.M. Campbell, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 4, 2008, “What’s Happening” section, p. 30

Concert Hall Sounds Themselves Become Music
Gavin Borchert, Seattle Weekly, January 2, 2008, p. 25

Music: Best of 2007
Damon Krukowski, Artforum, December 2007, p. 81

Favorite Intermissions
IAN, Gramophone China, September 2007, p. 100

The Concerts Found Onstage While Everyone Else Takes a Break
Daniel J. Wakin, The New York Times, May 30, 2007, pp. B-1, B-7

Player Profile: Christopher DeLaurenti
Jimmy Bennington, Northwest Jazz Profile, May 2007, pp. 17-18

“Peniel”
Keith Eisenbrey, Open Space, issue 8/9 Fall 2006/Spring 2007, pp. 116-123

N30/The night I met Maria C_____/ 57 Minutes to Silence
Dan Warburton, ParisTransatlantic, December 2003 and Signal to Noise, Winter 2004, p. 55

N30: Live at the World Trade Organization Protest November 30, 1999
François Couture, All Music Guide, November 2003

Cop Talk
Gavin Borchert, Seattle Weekly, November 27, 2002,
p. 79

Christopher De Laurenti
John Gibson, grooves, number 6 Spring 2001, p. 14

N30: Live at the WTO Protest
Ben Watson, The Wire, January 2001, p. 60

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