How a Designer Found a Niche Packaging Music in Something You Can’t Download

Seattle Weekly | December 7, 2009
Byron Kalet has been applying the basic conventions of popular song—rhythm and tone—to an audio magazine he calls the Journal of Popular Noise. Recently, he released Residential, a collection of tracks by Foscil that is limited to 300 copies.

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