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August 12, 2014

posted by casey on 2014.08.09, under Music

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Davu Seru & John Vance
percussion & electronics

Bryce Beverlin II
percussion & voice

Kevin Cosgrove & Adam June
percussion, electronics, ???

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May 6, 2014

posted by casey on 2014.05.06, under Music

John Wiese
(Prolific sound artist based in LA, CA)

with

Cruelty
Markus Lunkenheimer
Andy Neubauer
Naomi Joy

Pentacene
Andre Broder
Tim Glenn

Casey Deming
& Justin Meyers

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March 25, 2014

posted by casey on 2014.03.23, under Music

Adam Patterson
& Lisa McGrath

Jonathan Kaiser
& Naomi Joy

Bryce Beverlin II
& Charles Gillett

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December 17, 2013

posted by casey on 2013.12.10, under Music

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Tatsuya Nakatani

Tatsuya Nakatani is a creative artist originally from Osaka, Japan.
He has been residing in the USA since 1994 and is currently based in Easton, PA.Since the late 1990s, Mr. Nakatani has released over sixty recordings in the USA and Europe and has performed countless solo percussion concerts through intensive touring. He has also collaborated with hundreds of other artists internationally and presented masterclasses, workshops and lectures across the USA and around the world.

Trio Improvizi
Elaine Evans (violin)
Daniel Furuta (cello)
Naomi Joy (violin)

International Novelty Gamelan

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November 26, 2013

posted by casey on 2013.11.24, under Music

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Camden
(synth / electronics)

Benjamin J Mansavage Klein
(tuba / electronics)

Fripp & Budd
(synth / tape)

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October 22, 2013 @ Soap Factory

posted by casey on 2013.10.19, under Music

Second & last installment of Tuesday Series transplant shows @ The Soap Factory as part of the MN Biennial ,,, curated by John Marks & David Petersen. Each set will once again be accompanied by visual projections.

Jonathan Kaiser
(projections by Sam Hoolihan)

Squid Fist
(projections by Trevor Adams)

Matt Wacker & Lisa McGrath
(projections by Lisa McGrath & Kendra Pollock)

Soap Factory
514 Second St SE Mpls, MN
Tuesday, Oct 22 | $5 suggested donation

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October 8, 2013

posted by casey on 2013.10.05, under Music

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Paul Metzger
& Davu Seru

Charles Gillett
& Elaine Evans

David Andree

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September 24, 2013

posted by casey on 2013.09.21, under Music

Two Tuesday Series performances
at The Soap Factory, 514 2nd St. NE
As part of the Biennial ,,, curated by David Petersen & John Marks
Each set accompanied by visual projections

Andrew Broder, George Cartwright, Tim Glenn & Paul Metzger
visuals by Anne Elias

Justin Meyers
audio & visuals

John Zuma Saint-Pelvyn
visuals by Kristi Ternes

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September 8th, 2013

posted by casey on 2013.09.05, under Music

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House of Low Culture
Aaron Turner & Faith Coloccia currently pilot two music projects in tandem;
House of Low Culture & Mamiffer. Turner, widely known for founding Hydra
Head Records in 1993 and the band Isis in 1997, first released music as HoLC
in 2000. Started as a solo venture but operating as an open collaboration,
HoLC has since settled into a duo of Turner & Coloccia that also cycles added allies.
While Mamiffer composes long-form ballads based on Coloccia’s piano melodies,
HoLC takes a looser approach by stacking looped effects, sustained guitar tones
and chants in the drift.

Adam June

Transitional Species

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August 27, 2013

posted by casey on 2013.08.25, under Music

Negativwobblyland

Negativwobblyland is a collaboration between Peter Conheim of the sampling art collective Negativland and Jon Leidecker of Wobbly (with satellite members from Negativland often expanding the group to a trio). The duo eschews the cut-and-paste mass media collage of their previous work to celebrate the unpredictable magic of the Booper, an instrument invented by Negativland’s The Weatherman in 1975. Boopers are 100% analog feedback instruments, created entirely from salvaged radio and amplifier parts, which recycle their outputs back upon themselves to generate an endlessly changing stream of living electronic sound, seeking connections back to the earliest years of the medium. Further captured and transformed by live sampling (itself a form of feedback), the duo’s music is inherently improvisatory.

Jesse Petersen

Jon Davis & Alden Ikeda

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