Aaron Zarzutzki (Chicago) Aaron Zarzutzki is an improviser of various sorts. He works primarily with misuse and perversion of objects and systems. Virtuosity, volatility, futility, and capability are thought of. Zarzutzki currently lives, works, and plays in Chicago. Richard Kamerman (New York) Richard Kamerman has been breaking electronics and crashing computers while trying to coax… Continue reading Membrane Channel presents: aaron zarzutzki + richard kamerman + bhob rainey
Graffito Works Presents a Performance inspired by Robert Lobe’s “In the Forest Drawn of Metal” featuring Forest Projects, Collaborative Works with Kathleen Gilje. The performance took place at the West Gallery, Grounds For Sculpture. Steven Weisz’s brainchild, Graffito Works, is a unique platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make… Continue reading Graffito Works at Grounds For Sculpture
Id M Thfft Able(AKA I’d M Theft Able) is an improvising vocalist/frictist/texturalist (amongst other things) from Portland, ME. He has played at various festivals, bars, living rooms, bathrooms, beaches, galleries, book stores, mansions, basements, birthday parties, across the United States, Canada, and Europe.
A trio of: Guillaume Garaud. Guitar + Objects Jack Wright, Saxophone and Jean-Philippe Gomez, Synthesizer Analog + Voice Performed at Pageant: Soloveev Gallery in Philadelphia, PA.
Helena Espvall started to play electric guitar as a bored teenager in northern Sweden, and went on to take cello lessons and was never bored again. After having played in rock bands, a silent movie orchestra, an Arabian ensemble and being inspired to play free improvised music by a shocking Eugene Chadbourne performance, she moved… Continue reading Fire Museum Presents: Helena Espvall + Bardo Pond
The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia is a monthly series curated by dance artist Loren Groenendaal and experimental percussionist flandrew fleisenberg that features improvisational dance, music, and other experimental performance from local and touring artists. For March, the series included six movements: Movement I Megan Stern, dance and movement flandrew fleisenberg, the unique percussionist and sound… Continue reading The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia: March 2015
is a monthly series curated by dance artist Loren Groenendaal and experimental percussionist flandrew fleisenberg and features improvisational dance, music, and other experimental performances from local and touring artists. The January performance took place at Mascher Space and featured a duet by fleisenberg and Jodi Obeid: Another duet by Rori Smith and Drake Tyler: And then a collective… Continue reading The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia at Mascher Space
Performed at AUX Performance Space in Philadelphia, PA. Strong is an experimental instrument builder and visual artist living on the outskirts of Philadelphia, PA. His music weaves together elements of Psychedelia, Drone and Noise in an improvisational approach.
Avant-garde super-group Haitian Rail released Solarists, their second full-length album, on New Atlantis Reocrds. Solarists brashly charts the common spaces between creative noise rock and the jazz avant-garde, while shattering the restrictive barriers between them. Formerly dubbed Ricart/Millevoi Quartet, the new lineup features: Nick Millevoi, Guitar Edward Ricart, Bass Dan Blacksberg, Trombone and Kevin Shea,… Continue reading Solarists: Haitian Rail
Ars Nova Workshop, in partnership with the Archer Spade Performance Series presented the record release show for Perilous Architecture: Dan Blacksberg Trio’s latest brain child. Dan Blacksberg, Trombone Matt Engle, Bass Mike Szekely, Drums In the Dan Blacksberg Trio, the innovative and genre-defying trombonist brings an expansive and creative new vision to the cutting-edge jazz… Continue reading Perilous Architecture: Dan Blacksberg Trio