$5-$15 suggested donation
Halfbird is a very noisy trio of Grant Pierce (Not Bitter, Pinkish) on drums, Brandon Conway on guitar and Ben Kates (Thicket, It’s OK, Girl) on saxophone. Wear earplugs.
Walrus Machine is a classically trained musician, a polymath, a painter, and a metalhead. There are four different musical instruments: drums, alto saxophone, guitar, and trombone. Walrus Machine started in 2005 as a duo. Then they became a trio in 2007. They have been playing as a quartet since 2014. Walrus Machine has survived on will and reputation alone with few recordings. Die, collector scum! Always live and strictly improvised. THAT IS IT. The kids call it free jazz. The painter grits their teeth. The polymath adjusts accordingly. The classically trained musician takes a vacation. The metalhead gets liberated. Pick your poison. You’ll be sick no matter what.
Patrick Neill Gundran, Horridus, Blake DeGraw and Clifford Dunn.
5-15 suggested donation
doors at 8 music at 8:30
AF Jones / Derek Rogers
While they share the same taste, and musical heroes, AF Jones & Derek Rogers
adhere to different approaches to making music. In playing shows together they have found an oddly natural juxtaposition resulting in something very new each time. Their efforts were described succinctly over at Tiny Mix Tapes
as “two gripping fists in a fascinating aural handshake.”
A show in Dallas last year resulted in the live record Cedars
, out on Sedimental
. Brian Olewnick
of Just Outside
called it “excellently judged shifts in timbre and dynamics while maintaining an ever-engrossing structural arc.”
About their live dynamic on Cedars,Brainwashed
said “Rogers and Jones mix a bit of everything in, from recorded piano and acoustic guitar to random found sounds and carefully modulated feedback and distortion. Different components are introduced, allowed to breathe and develop, but are then retired before stagnating and replaced with new ones, keeping a consistent current from beginning to end.”
They’ve also released the album Repetend, Parallax
as a duo on Jason Lescaleet’s Glistening Examples
, heralded at We Need No Swords
as “…a compelling double-header by two of the most interesting US sonic experimenters…”
Join us for a FREE evening of Bansuri Bamboo flute, Tabla drumming & sitar with Nash Naubert, Ravi Albright & local musicians and students from Seattle Tabla Institute!
Gallery 1412 has been part of the Seattle music scene since 2004. There’s no wealthy benefactor involved, so in a way it’s a bit of a miracle, made possible by members who scrape together monthly rent not just for their own use of the space (teaching, rehearsals, recording, gigs), but so that the venue exists for local and out-of-town artists who need a place to perform that supports non-commercial music. Out-jazz, free improv, classical music across the spectrum, Indian classical music, musicals — you name it.
Don Berman (who is not even a member!) had a dream to put on a benefit concert to keep this leaky old ship afloat. I’ll be there, doing a brief solo performance, and Don will do a flute/drums duo with Dick Valentine, along with a performance by The Indigo (harpist Carol Levin and Amelia Love Clearheart). And then YOU, fair audience member, may join the throng, in an improvised session for the remainder of the night.
We’d love to see you there — bring your horn, harp, hands, harmonica, etc.
The 48-Hour Composition Competition (48CC) brings composers and performers together to create some exciting and (extremely) new music. The 48CC gives composers 48 hours to compose a piece for their assigned instrumentation and gives performers six days to prepare before they perform the piece in concert.
The greatest composition will claim the grand prize and bragging rights forever — at least until the next one. This is a chance for you to show off your skills, exercise your musical muscles, meet new collaborators or just hang out and enjoy the show!
For those attending, there will be a suggested $5-15 donation at the door.
Sign up to perform or compose here (http://bit.ly/48CCSignUp), and bring your friends to the concert at Gallery 1412 for some excellent new music!!
8:30pm @ Gallery 1412
1412 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122-4126, United States
Instruments performing with electronics, known as electro-acoustic music, is an exciting new trend in contemporary classical music. University of Washington Master’s in Music students Diego Espinoza, Brian Schappals and Miao Liu present a performance celebrating music composed for woodwind instruments and electronics. We present a wide range of electronic mediums by composers Hans Tutschku, VJ Manzo, Jacob ter Veldhuis, Melody Eötvös and Steve Reich.
Held: A triptych of solo performance events exploring the interstitial spaces within a single, gendered body and around and between bodies as subject and object, incorporating processes of sound, movement, and light.
pause: my body is a bearer of space
stick: sculpture made from absence of light
push: performative gap as sensory subversion
Composed and performed by Jocelyn Beausire, vocalist.
supplementary solo performance by bassist Abbey Blackwell
Doors at 8 pm
$5-15 sliding scale donation