New York Times profiles Laurel Halo and her new EMPAC-produced record
"...Breaking up smooth surfaces and scuffing up perfection are some of Ms. Halo’s objectives in her own work. 'Laurel’s music is off-kilter,' said Argeo Ascani, the curator at the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in upstate New York, where Ms. Halo took part in a two-week residency in 2015. 'It’s always a step off, running in a parallel world where the rules are slightly different.'..."
Read the New York Times' full feature on Laurel Halo and her new EMPAC-produced album Dust.