Multi-wind instrumentalist Steve Baczkowski lives in Buffalo, NY where he works as a conduit for creative music of any & every sort. Baczkowski began playing alto saxophone at age eight, switched to baritone by the time he was twelve, and has since developed a wide array of woodwind styles & formidable breathing techniques. In addition… Continue reading Fire Museum Presents: Steve Baczkowski + Bill Nace
Carbonara’s music draws on an array of rich musical styles from Andalusian Roma-Flamenco to Hindustani classical. Over the years he has developed a unique exalted pidgin style of playing that covers a wide emotional terrain from meditative calm to restless unease by combining self-taught, free form classical and flamenco techniques with those learned from formal… Continue reading Eric Carbonara
The Moon is an experimental duo from Brooklyn New York, featuring Adam Caine on electric guitar and Federico Ughi on drums. All The Moon compositions are improvised with no pre-written lines, sections or forms, but the duo treats each of the songs as spontaneous compositions. The duo cultivates a uniquely personal mixture of the improvisational… Continue reading The Moon = Adam Caine + Federico Ughi
In April 2014, Nick Millevoi released his latest [and greatest] album: Numbers on the Side. Numbers on the Side is Nick’s fourth solo guitar recording, picking up where 2012’s In White Sky (The Flenser) left off, using the 12-string electric guitar to delve more deeply into feedback, drone, and noise. Recorded in July 2013 at… Continue reading Numbers on the Side: Nick Millevoi
Archer Spade and Erik Ruin weaved sight and sound in a collective improvisation using Electric and Acoustic guitar, trombone, and tapes; providing the soundtrack for layered images of disaster – both elemental forces gone awry, and societal breakdown- that splintered and shook into abstract form and color as Ruin manipulated piles of paper cuts and… Continue reading Trio = Erik Ruin + Archer Spade(Nick Millevoi & Dan Blacksberg)
This set included: Franz Hautzinger on Trumpet Isabelle Duthoit on Clarinet Gene Coleman on Bass Clarinet Nick Millevoi on Electric Guitar and Dan Blacksberg on Trombone
Eric Carbonara played a set of his solo electric guitar music for the crowds at Ortlieb’s in Northern Liberties. Carbonara is a Philadelphia Guitarist and an audio engineer.
Zachary Fairbrother Played a set of his Electric Guitar and vocals music for the crowds at Ortlieb’s in Northern Liberties. Fairbrother is a member of the band Lantern and has written papers on Japanese Noise and Black Metal.