Stephen Lucas: Live at Brussels is now available for free streaming at bandcamp. If you enjoy it, please support future recording projects.
Stephen has finished an internet based research project regarding visual representation of phenomenological analysis in music. Check out the writings section for the link and more of his writing.
Stephen is currently working on a song cycle for Tenor, recorded microtonal piano, and interactive electronics. This will be completed by May 2012 so look for a performance later in 2012
Stephen is collaborating with composer, Greg Dixon, on a piece for pianist and interactive digital player piano. This work uses Max/MSP to combine Stephen's spectacular pianistic skills with the modern mechanics of the Boesendorfer CEUS piano. This work compiled as a video in May 2012.
Stephen has recently completed a mystical 3d animated video piece entitled The Nameless Corridor. This piece is available for streaming at Vimeo.
Stephen recently completed a piece for bass clarinet and interactive electronics for Rachel Yoder, inspired by Zeuhl, the French genre of progressive rock. This piece will be performed on April 2, 2012 at the UNT Spectrum Concert.
Stephen is playing in an ongoing progressive rock band named Vaults of Zin with Shane Hutchinson, Greg Dixon, and Rob Buttrum. Check out vaultsofzin.com for more info!
Stephen and Greg Dixon are also collaborating on a live electronics duo named Bruce Hacked. Keep your eyes out for occasional performances around the DFW, TX area