Source: Bandcamp Daily.
Unlike a conventional label, Longform Editions is not about singular releases, but prefers to present a broad group of artists and ideas alongside one another. Following the idea that “a rising tide lifts all boats,” they release four pieces at a time every other month, placing the music of more obscure composers alongside that of artists with more name recognition in the sonic equivalent of a gallery show. “Visibility for new artists and their work is important for the momentum and evolution of any art,” says Khedoori. “We’ve definitely seen some interesting connections made as a result and a lot of people who follow the project as a whole love that aspect of discovery it can create. Some pieces by these [lesser known] artists have proven really popular, so if Longform Editions can [be] an easier route to developing an audience, that’s great.”