REVIEW: “If only after you then me,” Duo Cortona, Resonant Bodies 2015

Here’s another review of Night Three of the Resonant Bodies Festival by Bruce Hodges of Seen & Heard International. My pieceĀ  If only after you then me gets some words:

Later they emerged, as from corners of a boxing ring, for the stark, often angry If only after you then me by Amadeus Regucera, using a raw assemblage compiled from William S. Burroughs, Jean Genet, George Bataille, and Antonin Artaud. As the two musicians stood facing each other, in front of lamps that evoked a police interrogation, their outbursts bore the harshness of unresolvable pain.

You can read the whole review here.