Yapp!

Yapp! at Studio 34 In Philadelphia, PA

performed a set of their music at Studio 34 in Philadelphia, for the crowds of the Archer Spade Performance Series. Yapp! is: Alban Bailly, guitar Bryan Rogers, saxophone Matt Engle, bass and Dave Flaherty, drums Yapp! performance at Studio 34 in Philadelphia, PA

Frank London and Guy Barash

Frank London and Guy Barash

performed a set of their trumpet and live electronics music for the crowds of Archer Spade Performance Series at Studio 34 in Philadelphia, PA.   Frank London and Guy Barash at Studio 34 in Philadelphia, PA

Toshimaru Nakamura et al

Amy Cimini improvising with Archer Spade

Toshimaru Nakamura improvises with Archer Spade’s musicians at Studio 34 Toshimaru Nakamura, Tokyo’s experimental music artist, is visiting the United States for a week of performances with Many Arms. Nakamura was joined by a collection of Archer Spade musicians for his first show: Keir Neuringer Amy Cimini Julius Masri Jesse Kudler Ian Fraser Nick Millevoi… Continue reading Toshimaru Nakamura et al

Chris Forsyth and Nate Wooley

Chris Forsyth and Nate Wooley

Chris Forsyth and Nate Wooley at Studio 34 Chris Forsyth and Nate Wooley performed the feature set at Archer Spade’s Studio 34 in Philadelphia, PA. Chris Forsyth and Nate Wooley performed the feature set at Archer Spade’s Studio 34 in Philadelphia, PA. The duo managed to traverse many sonic lands, from the hypnotic guitar to… Continue reading Chris Forsyth and Nate Wooley

Jesse Kudler and Ian Fraser

Jesse Kudler and Ian Fraser

Jesse Kudler and Ian Fraser at Studio 34 in Philly Jesse Kudler and Ian Fraser performed a set of their music for the Archer Spade crowd at Studio 34 In Philadelphia, PA. While Fraser specializes in computer based digital compositions, Kudler works with analog devices (e.g. tapes) and his guitar.

I’d M Thfft Able

I’D M THFFT ABLE

I’d M Thfft Able at Studio 34 In Philadelphia, PA I’d M Thfft Able opened Archer Spade’s March 2013 event with a breath taking performance of [everything]. According to Archer Spade, I’d 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,… Continue reading I’d M Thfft Able

Anthony Coleman and Ashley Paul

Anthony Coleman and Ashley Paul

Performed a set of their organ/sax duo goodness at Studio 34 in Philadelphia, PA part of the Archer Spade Performance Series. Coleman has been a landmark in the New York Avant-Garde Jazz scene since the 70s. He plays piano, keys, trombone and vocals in a free improvised style. Paul is a Brooklyn based composer and… Continue reading Anthony Coleman and Ashley Paul

Julius Masri and Joo Won Park

Julius Masri and Joo Won Park

Performed a set of their music/noise using drums(Masri) and homegrown electronics(Masri and Park). Their performance was part of the Archer Spade Performance Series in Philadelphia, PA. While Masri mainly performs with drums and a circuit modified keyboard, Park performs with toys, kitchenware, vegetables, umbrellas and other objects. Julius Masri and Joo Won Park at Studio… Continue reading Julius Masri and Joo Won Park

Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler

Mary Lattimore

Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler played a mixture of harp/synth music. The best word to describe the music is: Hypnotic. Jeff Zeigler is a Philadelphia-based musician, engineer and producer, who, in addition to playing in the band Arc in Round, and in a synthesizer and harp duo with harpist Mary Lattimore, plays solo on a… Continue reading Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler

Adam Caine

Adam Caine

Adam Caine played a set of improvised guitar music part of the Archer Spade Performance Series. The performance took place in Studio 34 in Philly. Adam’s projects include The Moon, The Adam Caine Trio, and solo guitar. His solo guitar music is entirely improvised, drawing inspiration from classic jazz, contemporary classical, psych-rock, prog-rock, punk rock,… Continue reading Adam Caine