I am interested in exploring the association between memory, place, and sound, and I attempt to do so by composing music comprised of field recordings, found sounds, and electroacoustic manipulations.
"Andrew Tasselmyer highlights everyday sounds that might on their own seem repetitive or ignorable. By surrounding them with drones, he provides them with a manner of dignity: 'you, too, are worth noticing.'" - a closer listen
"These found sounds adorn a sedated selection of ambient drones, lulling but also crystallizing everything. The music is as vital as oxygen...you'll hear the music of the world. It’s everywhere, and it’s beautiful." - fluid radio
"...these pieces very much create the effect of escaping a world of distraction and multi-tasking to stop, look, and listen at one’s immediate surroundings – to choose one moment, one sound, find the stillness in it, explore it, and respond to it...The field recordings are thoughtfully chosen and vividly captured." - stationary travels