The Philadelphia duo performed a set of their improvised electronic music at Vox Populi. Jesse Kudler is a musician, composer and sound artist working in improvisation, collaboration, and site-specificity. Guitar, electronics, radios, tapes, recordings and text. Ethan Tripp loves music and listens to loads of it, especially audio phenomena that are not as easily categorized.… Continue reading Membrane Channel presents: Jesse Kudler + Ethan Tripp at Vox Populi
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
Steven Weisz, founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, has brought numerous dance programs to the greater Philadelphia region. His latest brainchild, Graffito Works (translated as “little scribbles” of movement), presented at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden. Graffito Works is a unique platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make it readily accessible to… Continue reading Graffito Works at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
Jooklo Duo is the Italian duo of Virginia Genta and David Vanzan. The duo performed a set of their improvisational music for the ecstatic “Fire Museum Presents” crowd at House Gallery 1816 in Fishtown. The set included the following musicians: Virginia Genta: tenor and soprano sax, clarinet David Vanzan: drums Brandon Lopez: bass and Keir… Continue reading Fire Museum Presents: Jooklo Duo + Brandon Lopez + Keir Neuringer
Joo Won Park visited fidget in Philadelphia last week and presented his new brainchild: Overundertone in its original format of multichannel surround system with a Yamaha Disklavier (grand piano fitted with electronics).
Building on his many diverse interests, composer and violinist Mark Zaki’s work ranges from historically- informed and traditional chamber music to electroacoustic music, mixed-media composition, and music for film.
Adam Vidiksis is a composer, conductor, percussionist, and technologist based in Philadelphia whose interests span from historically informed performance to the cutting edge of digital audio processing. Equally comfortable with both electronic and acoustic composition, his music has been heard in concert halls and venues around the world. Vidiksis has become known for exploring new… Continue reading fidget presents: Adam Vidiksis
Mono was at Johnny Brenda’s where they performed a set of their music to an enthusiastic crowd: Within the rage of distortion and bombardment of feedback, you are just as likely to experience sadness and beauty, light and darkness, chaos and peace, happiness and melancholy. It is MONO’s ability to combine, intertwine and swing back and forth from… Continue reading R5 Productions Presents Mono at Johnny Brenda’s
Drummer Beatriz Monteavaro and Guitarist Gavin Perry capture the meditative power of repetition; the ecstatic joy of tempered variation; infinitely undulating riffage; psychedelic drone paired with rock n’ roll rhythm in full splendor. Though stripped down to the most bare essentials, Holly Hunt produces a sound and style far beyond rudimentary tags like “heavy,” “hard,”… Continue reading R5 Productions Presents Holly Hunt
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.