Sounds Like: God speed you black emperor, Mogwai, Daft Punk, Philip Glass, Neil Young
Bio: Having been making music since an early age Corey loves to experiment with new avenues of sound and composition. Corey enjoys new instrumentation technologies and composition styles as much as traditional and loves to combine the two.
“STANDING IN EACH OTHER’S LIGHT With contributions by Ben and Dan Holbrow and Corey Bryson, this show explores the creative process in relation to the transformation of James Jones’ 1962 book The Thin Red Line into a 1998 movie of the same name by Terrence Malick. (Opening reception Jan. 21 at 8 p.m., runs into February.)”