May 1, 2012

posted by casey on 2012.04.28, under Music

Noise Quean Ant (electronics, bass, etc)
Scott Brown
Brady Lenzen
Blake Peterson

Visions of Christ (tapes)
Casey Deming
John Jerry

John Marks (synthesizer)


December 6, 2011 @ Franklin Art Works

posted by casey on 2011.12.01, under Music

(first to last)

Tatsuya Nakatani
Tatsuya Nakatani is a contemporary percussionist, originally from Osaka, Japan. He utilizes the drum set, bowed gongs, cymbals, singing bowls
and metal objects.

Visions of Christ
(Casey Deming and John Jerry)
& Take Acre
(Rich Barlow, Jaron Childs, Charles Gillett & Davu Seru)

Nakatani Gong Orchestra
Jackie Beckey
Kevin Cosgrove
Jonathan Kaiser
Adam Patterson
Jonathan Zorn


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


August 11, 2009

posted by casey on 2010.02.28, under Music

Tony Remple will be in town from Portland. He has been a staple to the experiemental music scene here in Mpls/St. Paul for the past decade, playing in/as:

Old Colony (with John Jerry)
Happy Mother’s Day, I Can’t Read
Death Blossum

For this show, he will perform with myself and John Jerry as The Fruits of Islam


Brood Chamber (Jason Power)

Bryce Beverlin II (percussion)

The Fruits of Islam (tapes and electronics)


October 21, 2008

posted by casey on 2010.02.02, under Music

Visions of Christ

Jason Power : Oscilliscope

Montgomery Ward