Dallas has performed at the London College of Music a couple of years ago with composer Chris Thorpe, in York with Chris Thorpe and Linda Merrick (2000); in Glasgow in 1999 as part of the Drift environmental sound art / acoustic ecology project, with Max Eastley and Helmut Lemke at Creswell Craggs several of years ago. His work has been selected, against an open world field, for inclusion in every themed sound art compilation for the past three years curated by Colin Fellows of the John Moores Liverpool University (Hope, Trace and Zero). Dallas' tracks have been released through Time Recording's EMIT series (abha - EMIT 2296, waterpump - EMIT 1197). He was included as a composer in the regrettably one-off "Music for Spaces" series on BBC Radio 3 some four years ago.
In December 2000, Anya Bernstein, a Russian social anthropologist made a short video of his work at Lambley Dumble and in various locations around Nottingham City Centre at night (available on request).
Dallas has written a more in-depth article: The Art of Location Binaural Performance, which was first published in the UK Journal of Free Improvisation: Rubberneck. It was subsequently reproduced on the US website for free improvisation The Improvisor.
Dallas Simpson has over 50 hours of unreleased and unbroadcast live location binaural performance recordings.
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