the relay project is now officially available for purchase.
please click on our “subscribe” link and follow those directions to receive a copy of issue #001. if you would rather gather information, sign up for our mailing list:

we are excited to provide you with the opportunity to hear the voices of our many talented featured persons and contributors…among them choreographer merce cunningham, author barry hannah and the soon to be famous “phil’s baby” whoever she may be.

thank you for taking a listen…...

Friday, November 26, 2004 • posted by rg

one vote for clarity:

the fog, the cloud, the darkness surrounding this week’s election…the metaphors of obfuscation may be visual, but they’re not silent.

while the dust settles (or intensifies), we’ll be listening to the rumblings here and around the world. what do they sound like in your parts? email for submission guidelines for our upcoming issue, ELECT.

Sunday, November 7, 2004 • posted by Admin

lost + found: media archeology runs october 21-31 in seattle at the film forum 1515 12th Ave (capitol hill between pike & pine). the relay project is in the house. check it:

the first issue is slowly creeping into retail locations. first stop: other music 15 e 4th st, new york city.

we received a nice notice after our visit to portland…...

“As I listened to the diverse collection of clips, I thought of how very few of my regular experiences were relegated strictly to the ears. Most of my human communications are by email or face to face, and telephone conversations are usually tempered by distracting, mundane activities. To relax my other senses was to make my ears particularly sensitive, and the subtle charms of the magazine began to reveal themselves. Just that slight of a shift in absorbing information was enough to affect a change all day in how I listened to the world. ”

read the full review…....

Friday, October 22, 2004 • posted by rg

The Relay Project is out and about at AFFAIR we are sharing hotel room 235 with Clear Cut Press, a small publisher located in astoria, oregon the weather is beautiful, the people are beautiful, the finished copies of the magazine are beautiful. we will be accepting online orders for one issue and subscriptions within a week. break out the bottles of champagne and honest tea (ginger decaf for me please) and break them across bows.

congratulations to TRP #1 contributor gregory whitehead on his recent sony radio academy gold award.

Sunday, October 3, 2004 • posted by rg

we are working towards a special issue of the audiomagazine. it is called ELECT and we are asking contributors to respond to that theme. If you would like more information, or would like to receive a copy of the call for submissions, please email us:

The Wire, a fine magazine out of the UK featured an article on Alvin Lucier in their July 2004 issue.

Tuesday, August 24, 2004 • posted by rg