Chicago British horn player Kyle Bruckmann focuses on a method of music that in some way manages to mix classical with components of punk and Dada, sketching inspiration from such acclaimed artists as George Crumb, Guillermo Gregorio, and John Cage. Bruckmann provides performed alongside a bunch of others (including Michael Zerang, Jim Baker, and Jeb Bishop), also appearing in the 2001 release Rainfall on Zoom lens by lo-fi rocker Smog. In 2000, Bruckmann released his single debut documenting, Entymology.
Music Songs On Procedural Grounds, Intents & Purposes, Exacerbator, The System Cannot Withstand Close Scrutiny, Slippery Disciplines, Orgone Accelerator, Hot Bother, Fair to Middling, Rasps & Fractures, Gaps & Fictions, NJBC, Ratchet Forms, Despite All Evidence to the Contrary, The Dishevelator, Expository, Further Ado, Inasmuch As, Swishes, Sops, Cell Structure, Exponential, Clichés, Dreams, I., II., Snaps, IV., Otherwise, Notwithstanding, A Shambles, III., Staples
Albums Teem, Gasps & Fissures, Kyle Bruckmann: On Procedural Grounds, Kyle Bruckmann's Wrack: Cracked Refraction, Intents & Purposes, Saxophone Special Revisited