Coach Campa (SATX) – Takeshita – Coyote Teeth – CEO’s Incorporated – Jan 21st.

Coach Campa (San Antonio)…/aggressively…


🦷Coyote Teeth

🦷CEO’s Incorporated


8pm 5-15 suggested donation no booze no drugs.

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Dec 21st ||| ->Eyvind Kang and Jessika Kenney/Paul Chiyokten Wagner / Lori Goldston

Time: the longest night of the year 

Place: on native land

What will happen: four dear friends will share sounds and stories in three sets, with instruments and voices, sharing the sense of collective revolutions and towards many hearts opening into the possibility of another world. Yalda Mubarak! Bring back the light! Hyske, Siem!!!!


an evening of music . ‘ 8pm 5-15 suggested donation


Paul Chiyokten Wagner is a Saanich Nation tribal member which is located on so
called Vancouver Island BC Canada. As a Traditional Coast Salish Storyteller & flutist
he brings us on a wonderful, profound and humorous journey to the world of
Mermaids, Leprechauns, Grandmother cedar trees and marauding giant ogresses in
traditional story, song and Native American flute music of his Coast Salish territory.
We don’t simply listen to the story… we are part of the story! We will travel to the
ancient forests, meadows and waters of the Salish Sea and experience the eternal
connective sounds of nature with masterful deliverance of Coast Salish Native
American flute music and storytelling. His debut CD “Journey Of The Spirit” won
the JPF National Music Award “Best Native American Album 2009” Chiyokten is also
the founder of Protectors of the Salish Sea of who actively stand up for the tree,
plant and animal peoples as well as our human peoples of Mother Earth and the
livable future for all children.
Here is both my music and Protectors of the Salish Sea info:

Email for supporters to volunteer or receive news letters:

Social media:

Supporter’s donations can be sent to:

Paypal ID is:

Hiswke (Thank you)



Eyvind Kang and Jessika Kenney are a duo devoted to geomusicalities and music at
the border of sound, currently on tour supporting their new and upcoming recordings.
Their previous albums include Cypress Dance (Ed. Mariana Calo & Francisco
Queimadela), the face of the earth, Aestuarium (Ideologic Organ), Reverse Tree (Black
Truffle), Seva/Fixiones (self released cassette), and At Temple Gate with Hyeon Hee
Park (Weyrd Son). As a duo they have worked with poet Anne Carson and randomizer
Bob Currie, the bands Sun City Girls, Sunn O))), Animal Collective, composers Annea
Lockwood and others.
Kenney was the singer for punk bands Cause and Ex Nihilo, and later for ASVA. She
released the solo album Atria (Sige), has recorded the music of Alvin Lucier and Jarrad
Powell, and has recorded and performed with Lori Goldston, Holland Andrews, Trimpin,
Simone Forti and Wolves in the Throne Room. Her film compositions include the vocal
music for Midsommar (dir. Ari Aster). She has made several installations including multi
room sound/video piece Anchor Zero, shown at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle in 2015.
Kenney is currently working in collaboration for color a body who flees at the Hammer
Museum in Los Angeles.
Kang is a composer and violist who has released many albums, including the recent
Sonic Gnostic (Aspen Edities) and Ajaeng Ajaeng (Ideologic Organ), going back to
Sweetness of Sickness (Rabid God Inoculator). He has worked with a wide range of
musicians including Laurie Anderson, Skuli Sverrison, Bill Frisell, Hildur GuĂ°nadĂłttir,
and many others. He is a disciple of spiritual jazz violinist Michael White, and a lifelong
student of North Indian classical music with Padma Bhushan Dr. N Rajam. Beginning in
2021, he has focused on the viola d’amore.
Both Kang and Kenney are faculty at California Institute of the Arts. Together they
created Concealed Unity and Siheung Tablatures for orchestra, choir, and soloists for
the Tectonics festivals in Reykjavik, Athens and Glasgow. Their most recent
collaboration was the installation Spokane River Sound Action, shown at the Gonzaga
University Urban Arts Center (GUAAC) in 2022.


Lori Goldston

Lori Goldston is a cellist and composer from Seattle. Her voice as a cellist draws connections between far-flung idioms, and explores timbral thresholds of her instrument. Her work glides easily and across borders, building on a restless curiosity and a long history of collaborations with bands, orchestras, composers, film makers and choreographers, including Earth, Nirvana, the BBC Scottish Symphony, Mirah, Jherek Bischoff, Jessika Kenney, Eyvind Kang, Ilan Volkov, Vanessa Renwick, David Byrne, Terry Riley, Lonnie Holley, Stuart Dempster, Torben Ulrich, Shelley Hirsch, Ghedalia Tezartes, Senga Nengudi, Ellen Fullman, Lynn Shelton, Natacha Atlas, Jim Fletcher, Matana Roberts, Marisa Anderson, Maya Dunietz, and many, many others.

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Cate Kennan + Simile : October 28th 8pm

An evening of music doors at 7 music at 8pm

$12 –

Cate Kennan


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Nov. 5th 8pm : Feldman: For Bunita Marcus played by Peter Nelson King

An evening of music: 8pm

$5-$15 suggested donation at the door; the performer will be masked, and masks are highly encouraged. 

Morton Feldman’s For Bunita Marcus (1985) is one of the great piano masterpieces of the late 20th century. Building on a handful of notes and pregnant pauses, Feldman uses his singular talent to spin magic glass and dance through silence. Lasting more than 60 minutes in one unbroken movement, For Bunita Marcus brings music to the event horizon.

Multi-instrumentalist Peter Nelson-King will perform the work while showcasing his original visual art in the gallery, primarily asemic writing on salvaged materials. These pieces, including an enormous scroll, will be arranged throughout the performance space, and audience members are encouraged to walk around to view the works during the performance in a one-of-a-kind immersive experience.

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October 16, 2022: Rocky Martin, Books on a Wall

featuring Carlos Snaider


7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

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October 29, 2022: Ricksplund + Greg Campbell

Ricksplund has been playing as an electronics+live instrument duo for over a decade and they are releasing their first album, I WANT TO BE, that features recordings from most of this decade. While most of the time Asplund plays viola processed by Ricks’ rig, sometimes the script is flipped with Ricks playing trombone through Asplund’s very different rig.  Ricksplund is most privileged to be joined by Seattle percussion phenom Greg Campbell.

Album Release Party for Ricksplund‘s (Christian AsplundSteve Ricks (Provo, UT)) first album, I WANT TO BE
Performance feat. Greg Campbell and Ricksplund
Saturday 29 October 2022

8:00 pm
$5-$15 suggested donation

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Nov. 20th Grex/ Chris Icasiano / Masangkay

an evening of fil-am. experimental music. 5-15 suggested donation (cash only)

Fil Am music night // Oakland experimental duo Grex returns to Seattle, joining virtuoso drummer Chris Icasiano and musician/poet Nic Masangkay for an evening of cutting-edge sounds with a Filipino American twist.

Grex /

Grex is an experimental music duo based out of Oakland, California. In biological terms, a “grex” is an entity composed of several smaller organisms. Grex (the band) explores the meeting point between surreal songcraft and the dark outer reaches of free jazz, industrial hip-hop, and art rock. The group has been called an “otherworldly experience” (Eugene Weekly) and “true genre warping music” (KFJC), recalling at turns the ecstatic energy of John Coltrane, the electronic squall of Death Grips, and the lilting songwriting of Mitski. 

Chris Icasiano /

Christopher Icasiano is a Filipino-American percussionist and composer from Redmond, WA. Based now in Seattle, he has been performing and touring professionally for over 15 years. His specialization in free-improvisation and experimental music combined with his vast experience with pop and rock have made him a highly sought after collaborator in all genres of music. He co-founded the grassroots arts organization Table & Chairs, as well as the Racer Sessions, a weekly performance series and free-improvisation jam session. He is committed to anti-racist and anti-sexist organizing within Seattle’s DIY and art communities in order to create more accessible and safer spaces.

Nic Masangkay / 

Nic Masangkay is a Seattle-based community musician and poet. They graduated in 2016 from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in English. Notable highlights include Buzzfeed, Autostraddle, and Tumblr features for poem “My Gender Is for Mothers”; 2018 Jack Straw Cultural Center Artist Assistance Program Resident; 2019 4Culture Arc Artist Fellow; and independent singer-songwriter-producer alt-pop releases with EP Dark at Dusk: the Final Suicide (2019), singles “Star” (2021) and “Mothers” (2022). Aside from their solo work, Masangkay regularly collaborates with music, movement, and film artists, for remixing, scoring, production, and live sound. As they move to create more intergenerational and all-ages art, working with young people as a teaching artist is a budding focus of their practice. In their music, poetry, collaborations, teaching, and everyday life, Nic generously shares their perspective on the transformative potential of cultural work.

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October 20th 8pm— Sea Moss (PDX), rEEk, Flesh Produce, Peopling

An evening of music at Gallery 1412.

1412 18th ave S

Sea Moss – —->

(DIY electronics, drums and vocals)


rEEk – > ->

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Flesh Produce – >

(We’re made of people.)



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Monday (Sept. 26) 8pm. The Yes, Well… (Jeph Jerman & Dave Knott)/Eric Lanzillotta

An evening of music. at Gallery 1412 – 1412 18th ave. –

8pm. 5-15 suggested donation


The Yes, Well… (Jeph Jerman & Dave Knott)

Patrick Danse’s film The Finger’d Remove

Eric Lanzillotta


Jeph Jerman

Born January 16, 1959 Agana, Guam.

“In 1986 I began recording and performing under the name Hands To. Most of the early soundwork was sampler and tape loop based, though over the course of ten years it evolved into using environmental recordings with very little to no manipulation or electronic processing.
In 1996 in Seattle I embarked upon a weekly series of concerts at Anomalous Records which brought me into contact with the city’s improvised music community. For the next three years I played with anyone who would have me. During this time I began giving solo performances using only natural found objects (stones, shells, bones, driftwood, pine cones, etc), as soundmakers, a practice which continues to today. Eventually I stopped using the name Hands To.
In 1999, the Animist Orchestra was founded. The AO focuses on making music that hopefully bypasses our individual egos.
Most of my previous work could be interpreted as being ‘idea-based’. I find that most of my work nowadays is sound-based. I believe this is due to my growing interest in listening, in what happens when one listens, and my concomitant disinterest in contextualizing sound.” – Jeph Jerman


Dave Knott

David Knott, MM, MT-BC is a board-certified music therapist, fellow in the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy, instrument maker, improvisor and composer living and working in Seattle.  In Fall of 2016 he completed the randomized control study “Immediate Effects of Training with Musical Mnemonics on Verbal Memory in Children” and earned a Master of Music degree with a specialization in Music Therapy from Colorado State University.  He specializes in using improvisation to engage and facilitate therapeutic change with critically ill children.


Eric Lanzillotta

Founder of Anomalous Records, Ri Be Xibalba and Bixobal magazine.
Eric Lanzillotta has been involved in sound in various aspects since the late 1980’s. As a live performer, he has appeared in United States, Canada and Japan, both solo and in duets with Bernhard GĂĽnter, Aube, Withdrawal Method, and Richard Lerman.


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Tom Baker Quartet + Leanna Keith Friday, Sept. 16, 2022 @ Gallery 1412, 7PM

TBQ is sharing the stage with our friend, the amazing Leanna Keith, who will perform a solo set on bass flute. We are so glad to get this concert rescheduled – hope you can join us!

Friday September 16
Gallery 1412 (1412 18th Ave) MAP
7:00 PM (Doors at 6:30)
All Ages
Tickets at the Door: $5-15 Sliding Scale
Masks encouraged.

Gallery 1412 is one of the most intimate and focused listening stages in the city. The Tom Baker Quartet has performed here many times over the years, and we are excited to be back for this show and especially to share the evening with Leanna.

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