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Cornish Creative Ensemble visits gallery 1412 (Nov 16th)

(An evening of music )(

doors at 8 music begins shortly after

Friday, November 16, 8 pm, Gallery 1412, all ages, free or donation only

Cornish Creative Ensemble, plus guests

Set One — Music by/inspired by: Paul Motian, Andrew Hill , and Dmitri
Shostakovitch
Set Two — Open and structured improvisations, round robin duos and
trios, open to guests

With Tom Varner, instructor and horn, Addison Kotulski, horn,
Christian Dahl, violin, Sasha Chung and Joe Oakes, guitars, Nicholas
Brannen, piano, Eli Luce-Baraceros, drums, and special guest, early
Creative Ensemble member, Troy Schiefelbein, bass. More special
guests in set two!

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Image : October by Mark Tobey : founder of the visual art department at Cornish .

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Uneasy Chairs, Driftwood Orchestra, Cult Lords, møn, ACOMIP (Nov. 15th)

A night of improvisational noise experiments.

doors at 8 music at 8:30

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Uneasy Chairs wrings unimaginable sounds of a guitar to create a sonic journey of the soul.

Driftwood Orchestra invites special guests to improvise on instruments he builds out of driftwood, springs, contact mics and various other metal objects.

Cult Lords play Hypnotic, droning post-rock meets shrieking apocalyptic noise.

møn is a combination of manipulated field recordings combining industrial and nature sounds with instruments like bass harmonica, eastern europe flute and modular synth. A meditative, ritual like listening experience in the tradition of early minimalist and electro acoustic musicians.

ACOMIP, the solo project of Bart Tomlin, creates noisy sonic atmosheres from live mic feedback, field recordings, analog effects and metallic percussion.

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Lonesome Leash~Lori Goldston & Jordan O Jordan~Amethyst de Wolfe // October 26th

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8 DOORS / 8:30 MUSIC
$5-15 DONATION
ALL AGES

OCTOBER 26th .

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LONESOME LEASH
on tour from Los Angeles
https://lonesomeleash.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/lonesomeleash/

LORI GOLDSTON & JORDAN O’ JORDAN
https://lorigoldston.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/lorigoldstonmusic/
https://jordanojordan.bandcamp.com/

AMETHYST de WOLFE (solo)
https://amethystdewolfe.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/amethystdewolfe/

LONESOME LEASH
Lonesome Leash is the solo project of Walt McClements, an accordionist and multi-instrumentalist known for his previous work in Dark Dark Dark, Hurray for the Riff Raff, and Why Are We Building Such a Big Ship?. Using a sparse palette of accordion, drums and voice, McClements crafts stark yet complex songs, nervous and triumphant hymns to the restless. Despite being anchored by the often anachronistic accordion, the music ends up having less to do with contemporary purveyors of old world idioms, and more to do with an alternate history—one where angular accordion lines take prominence over the guitar in a nervy and strangely cinematic post-punk tradition.

LORI GOLDSTON & JORDAN O’ JORDAN
United by a mutual love of very old folk songs, local favorites Lori Goldston and Jordan O’ Jordan perform synesthetic versions of traditional British and Appalachian ballads, trying to conjure not only the stories but the scent, feel and taste of the places that birthed the music. Goldston is an accomplished cellist known for her work with Earth, Nirvana, Mirah, David Byrne, Jherek Bischoff, Cat Power and many more. O’ Jordan is a captivating songwriter and storyteller who has a way of subtly conjuring magic on stage.

AMETHYST de WOLFE
Amethyst de Wolfe draws upon windswept prairie landscapes, bittersweet heartbreak and the rawness of grief to create songs that have been described as vulnerable, poignant and haunting.

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Jamie Green, Pauline Lay / Nov. 10th

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5 – 15 suggested donation

doors at 8
music at 8:30

An evening of music

local supporting acts to be announced

 

JAMIE GREEN
Jamie Green is an improvisatory music maker from Los Angeles. Incorporating amplified violin, alto saxophone, tar (drum) and electronics, his rigorously naivist sound unfurls by tapping into hints of a Hindustani classical modality and a tendency toward ephemeral geometrical structures, interlocking melodic and rhythmic forms which tend to appear and recede just as quickly, actions not unlike ripples of folding water. Similar techniques are applied in his use of rhythmic and repetitive vocables, linked to his work as a published poet, which induce a heightened sensation of word-shapes while remaining primarily abstract-musical.

https://soundcloud.com/thxjamiegreen

PAULINE LAY
Pauline Lay is a violinist, solo artist, improviser and a long-standing music events curator/organizer based out of Los Angeles. She began performing solo pieces with acoustic and electronic instruments in 2014. Her latest recording “Alloy / Pulp” was released by Japanese tape label Heavy Mess. She also frequently collaborates with fellow LA musicians in a multitude of contexts, from duets to her piece “5×5”, a composition for 25 synthesizers. She has toured extensively in the U.S.

https://soundcloud.com/paulinelay
https://heavymess.bandcamp.com/album/alloy-pulp

 

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Zizia, Eye Music, Nelson Plays Morton Feldman / Nov. 3rd

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An evening of music

(experimental music , graphic scores , concept art, 20th century classical, objects, and more)

doors at 8
music at 8:30

5-15 suggested donation. (no one turned away)

Zizia (boston)

Zizia is Amber Wolfe and Jarrod Fowler. Environmental recordings, natural objects, and musical instruments
http://zizia.xyz/

Eye Music (local graphic score ensemble )
Fans of the avant should investigate Eye Music whose existence shocks and pleases me. …… dedicated to performing graphic scores—nontraditional notation usually made up of lines, words, and symbols. So I’m grateful that Eye Music….. continues to champion such overlooked music.”
– Christopher DeLaurenti, The Stranger
http://www.ribexibalba.com/eyemusic/

Roger Nelson (local piano player)
A popular chamber music pianist, Roger performed for years with the New Performance Group, a 7-member ensemble dedicated to New Music .

Tonight Roger will open the night with a presentation of solo works for piano by Morton Feldman .
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(There will also be a performance of John Cages four6 before the concert starting right at 8 )

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Blevin Blectum, Mini-Mutations (OR), Marcus Price, Sacred Signs

Doors at 8

music at 8:30

5-15 suggested donation.

 

get stoked. get spooky.

🎃 Blevin Blectum
http://www.blevinblectum.com

👻 Mini-Mutations (Salem, OR)
https://wtbc.bandcamp.com/album/confessions-of-a-social-network-junkie

🧟 Marcus Price
https://marcusprice.bandcamp.com/

🦇 Sacred Signs
https://soundcloud.com/sacredsigns

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Scaret! October 28th

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Doors at 7 music shortly after.

John Paul Sharp presents SCARET – a free music concert with some pretty scary songs! Featuring Tiffani Marsing Mayes as our opener. It will be an extra special night with special guests Monday Mourning and Jason Dooleyhelping to spook you the fug out!! As always these concerts are free to the public. Storm Benjamin on percussion!

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