May 6, 2014

posted by casey on 2014.05.06, under Music

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


Markus Lunkenheimer
Andy Neubauer
Naomi Joy

Andrew Broder
Tim Glenn

Casey Deming
& Justin Meyers


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


February 19, 2013

posted by casey on 2013.02.15, under Music

(last to first)

Paul Metzger (stringed instrument)
Tim Glenn (percussion)
Andrew Broder (guitar/electronics)

Michael Flora (electronics)

Jonathan Kaiser


October 23, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.10.19, under Music

(last to first)

George Cartwright (sax)
& Andrew Broder (guitar & electronics)

Adam Patterson (percussion & electronics)
Andrew Bergmann (upright bass)
Maja Radovanlija (guitar)

David Andree
(acoustic inst, electronics & reel-to-reel tape)


July 24, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.07.18, under Music

Chris Forsyth (Philadelphia)

Guitarist Chris Forsyth’s hypnotic compositions assimilate art rock texture with folk, blues, and experimental influences. Long active in the improv/experimental underground, he’s released a series of acclaimed solo and band-oriented records over the past few years, including his 2009 private press LP Dreams (reissued in 2011 on Family Vineyard) and Early Astral, a 2012 duo LP with Mountains’ Koen Holtkamp on Blackest Rainbow, that have earned favorable comparisons to Sandy Bull’s raga-fied Chuck Berry-isms and the majestic guitar tapestries of Television and Popol Vuh. His 2011 Paranoid Cat LP (also on Family Vineyard) has been described as “the work of an emergent master” (Uncut) and “a rapturous transmutation of noise into light” (Wire). Forsyth has toured throughout Europe and the US, sharing stages with such like-minded artists as Steve Gunn, Bill Orcutt, Ignatz, Rhys Chatham, and Träd Gräs och Stenar, and, from 2002 to 2011, as a member of Peeesseye. He has also collaborated with artists including Meg Baird, Tetuzi Akiyama, Mike Pride, Nate Wooley, Shawn Edward Hansen, and choreographers Miguel Gutierrez and RoseAnne Spradlin, among others. Currently in the works are a split cassette for the Preservation label with Loren Connors, and a collaboration with choreographer Meg Foley. Forsyth was awarded a 2011 Pew Fellowship int he Arts and resides in the City of Philadelphia, USA.

Michael Flora (Portland) – laptop / electronics

Casey Deming & Justin Meyers – synth / tape

Pentacene (formerly known as HeatdeatH)
Andrew Broder – guitar / electroincs
Tim Glenn – percussion


April 10, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.04.07, under Music

(last to first)

Thollem McDonas
George Cartwright, Andrew Broder & JT Bates

with John DeHaven

Merciless Ghost
Cartwright, Davu Seru & Josh Granowski


October 25th, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.10.22, under Music

George Cartwright (saxaphones)
& Davu Seru (percussion)

Andrew Broder (guitar / electronics)
Tim Glenn (percussion)


June 21, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.06.16, under Music

(first to last)

Albert Elmore

Pentacene (formerly HeatdeatH)
Andrew Broder & Tim Glenn
(guitar, electronics, percussion)

Jacob Felix Heule & Bryce Beverlin II
(percussion / electronics duo)

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Jacob Felix Heule is a percussionist and electronic musician focused on sound-oriented improvisation following the traditions of electro-acoustic improv, noise, and 20th-century composition. His playing embraces both rough-edged intensity and disciplined instrumental technique.

Heule has worked extensively with double bassist Tony Dryer since 2006, performing and recording with diverse musicians such as Michel Doneda, C Spencer Yeh, Loachfillet, Gino Robair, and Damon Smith. Since 2008 they have also operated as Basshaters, a duo project incorporating electronics in interaction with their acoustic instruments.


March 22, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.03.18, under Music

Jesse Petersen
Adam Patterson

Davu Seru
Charles Gillett
Stefan Kac

(Andy Broder and Tim Glenn)


Back again in a new(er) venue – MADAME @ 3401 Chicago ave s – 12/14/10

posted by casey on 2010.12.12, under Music

1. Joyce
Tim Glenn & Casey Deming – electronics

2. George Cartwright – saxaphones
Davu Seru – percussion
Josh Granowski – bass

3. Andrew Broder – guitar / electronics
Jeremy Ylvisaker – guitar / electronics

new queer community art center
3401 Chicago Ave S
enter @ side door in mural