Garguad + Gomez + Wright

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.

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.

Fire Museum Presents: Nick Millevoi’s Bug Out! Quintet

Fire Museum Presents Nick Millevoi's Bug Out Quintet

The Nick Millevoi of Many Arms, Deveykus, The Archer Spade Music Series and many more musical projects debuted his latest and greatest brainchild: The Nick Millevoi Bug Out! Quintet. Explorers of free improv jazz, the Quintet is: Nick Millevoi, guitar Dan Blacksberg, trombone Julius Masri, circuit bent electronics Pete McRae, bass Ricardo Lagomasino, drum

Fire Museum Presents: Steve Baczkowski + Bill Nace

Fire Museum Presents Steve Baczkowski & Bill Nace

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

Shh! Shh! Flandrew Fleisenberg

Flandrew Fleisenberg

Flandrew Fleisenberg plays percussion on an assortment of everyday ephemera and modified drum parts that he has reduced and eroded through a process of playing and breaking. A graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston with a focus on conceptual art, he is musically self-taught and has developed a cadre of… Continue reading Shh! Shh! Flandrew Fleisenberg

Sontag Shogun & Aaron Martin

Sontag Shogun and Aaron Martin

Sontag Shogun is an ambient, electronic piano trio comprised of former members from [the] slowest runner [in all the world]. Pooling their influences from modern classical, improvised and ambient musical spheres, they create longform shape-shifting compositions that are at times lush and melodic as well as textural and unpredictable. Two thirds of the band:Jeremy Young(field… Continue reading Sontag Shogun & Aaron Martin

Aaron Martin

Aaron Martin

Aaron Martin began his musical life at age 11, switching between guitar and drums. At the age of 17, he decided to change paths and learn how to play the cello, which he went on to study in college. While earning his music degree, he began to experiment with recording. After creating several self-released collections… Continue reading Aaron Martin

Numbers on the Side: Nick Millevoi

Nick Millevoi Numbers on the side

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

Tributes & Diatribes: Eric Carbonara

Tributes & Diatribes Eric Carbonara

In March, Philadelphia based guitarist Eric Carbonara released Tributes and Diatribes with harpist Jesse Sparhawk on VHF Records. Told in the form of solo instrumental guitar, Carbonaraʼs lyrical playing offers the listener seven personal autobiographical narratives that play out as carefully shaped thematic song poems. Carbonaraʼs playing draws on an array of rich musical styles… Continue reading Tributes & Diatribes: Eric Carbonara