and Collaborations of Daniel Voznick
Initially Daniel Voznick (aka Chez Voz) and Bruce Licher
(of Scenic and Savage Republic) made some recordings in the underground
tunnels of UCLA to use as a soundtrack of Licher's film Bridge.
Using various instrumental sounds, distortions, echoes, noises,
etc., they created a sound that could be called industrail-metallic
or minimalist. After Licher released some selections called Bridge
on his Independent Project Records, they added Michale Gross
on vocals and Mark Erskine on percussion to create a performing
unit with that name.
Tones: This was a futher extension of Bridge, "an
experimental band that extends into the commercial world,"
with the addition of drummer Debbie Spinelli.
his departure from Afterimage, A
Produce began Trance Port Tapes (now called TPT)
which released many cassette only releases of underground and experimental
music. Produce and Voznick later collaborated on a track for Produce's
record The Clearing. This version of 'Ashes of Love' is different
from the way it appeared on Afterimage's Ghostlight CD.
Voznick (listed as Chez Voz) played saxophone on a track
titled Tsar for Minimal/Goth Synthmeister Mark
Lane’s first 12” Who’s Really
Listening?. The record show Lane was one of the early pioneers
of minimal electronic synthpop. Lane went on to release many more
recordings, finding a larger audience in Europe.
(pictured at left)
Years of Bruce Licher
Rides a Harley
Is this a Restart?
Last Line for Love
bass and guitar:
guitar and bass:
(aka Chez Voz)
percussion: Mark Erskine
Ashes of Love