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September 18, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.09.16, under Music

Joey Molinaro
(violin … in collaboration with Naomi Joy)

Urarider
(Naomi Joy & Clare Hubbard)

Bryce Beverlin II
(voice & percussion)

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August 28, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.08.25, under Music

(last to first)

John Zuma Saint-Pelvyn
(guitar, theremin, electronics)

Bryce Beverlin II
(voice & electronics)

Dubbelboss
Andrew Lange & Mitchell Dose
(bass, electronics, percussion)

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March 13, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.03.10, under Music

(last to first)

Bryce Beverlin II (percussion and voice)
Mike Hallenbeck (laptop)

Jonathan Kaiser
(cello)

Alden Ikeda
(percussion and laptop)

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February 18, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.02.12, under Music

Tim Kaiser
Duluth, MN

Paul Metzger

Squid Fist
Bryce Beverlin II, Casey Deming & Tim Glenn

Alex Vada Ambient DJ
John Marks

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September 13, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.09.10, under Music

(last to first)

Justin Meyers (modular synthesizer)

Bryce Beverlin II (percussion / vocals)
Mike Hallenbeck (processing)

Ryan Wurst (laptop / percussion / guitar)

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August 30, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.08.25, under Music

(last to first)

Termination Shock
Tim Glenn (guitar + electronics)
Jesse Whitney (modular synth)

Jaron Childs (lapsteel)
Bryce Beverlin II (voice + percussion)

Jackie Beckey
Jonathan Kaiser

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June 21, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.06.16, under Music

(first to last)

Albert Elmore
(electronics)

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.

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May 17, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.05.13, under Music

Squid Fist (percussion, electronics, voice)
Bryce Beverlin II, Casey Deming, Tim Glenn

Dimanche (violin, clarinets, voice)
Naomi Joy & Jon Davis

Radical Cemetery (electronics and percussion)
Aaron Anderson, Eric Carlson, Fletcher

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April 19, 2011

posted by casey on 2011.04.12, under Music

George Cartwright (saxophones)
Bryce Beverlin II (percussion & voice)
Elaine Evans (violin & pocket trumpet)

John Marks (synthesizer)
scores new film(s) by Trevor Adams

Instabilitrio
(cd-release of “Oh God, Don’t Let Me Die in a Place Like This”)
Scott Currie (bari and alto saxophone)
Erkki Huovinen (guitars, harmonicas, clarinets and keyboards)
Edward Schneider (also saxophone)

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New Venue! September 28th, 2010

posted by casey on 2010.09.24, under Music

Open Eye Figure Theater
506 East 24th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Sept 28th, 8pm, $5
beverages provided (donations)

Bryce Beverlin II (record-release Taiga Records)

TAIGA 13 – Bryce Beverlin II “Seizing Fate by the Throat” LP
300 black vinyl in a gloss jacket with liner notes printed in the pocket.

Bryce Beverlin II is a prolific, multidisciplinary artist based in Minneapolis. His primary discipline is music – specifically, freely improvised vocals and percussion. “Seizing Fate by the Throat” is a distillation, the spirit of 15 years of spittle and brass vapors collected in this studio recording from March 14, 2010.

Justin Meyers & Jason Power
Justin Meyers, who runs the local noise label TONE FILTH, joins Jason Power (Slapping Purses) for a synthesizer collaboration.

Jaron Childs, Charles Gillett, Davu Seru
Jaron Childs (alto saxophone) and Davu Seru (percussion) have performed together since 1998. They have worked with Charles Gillett (guitar) since 2001. All play in the instrumental band Take Acre with The Pins guitarist, Rich Barlow.

Visions of Christ
John Jerry & Casey Deming
Acousmatic / Musique concrète

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