Monday October 8, 8pm $15 suggested donation
Charalambides are among the most beautiful and mysterious groups to have emerged from the American desert....They have created a glowing template of humanist/mystical improvisation that has kneaded brain muscles from here to Kokomo." – The Wire
Charalambides founders Tom & Christina Carter dedicate themselves to a vision of iconoclastic music as transformative force. Touching on the outer limits of acid folk, psych rock, and improvisation, their sound remains uniquely personal & consistent. Formed in Houston in 1991, Charalambides has produced dozens of releases on labels like Siltbreeze, Time-Lag, Kranky, & their own imprint, Wholly Other. The duo perform at Rhizome in support of their forthcoming release, Proper, coming out with Drawing Room Records. https://charalambides.bandcamp.com/
Weed Tree (DC >> Amanda Huron and Layne Garrett ) plays improvised music on drums, prepared guitar and homemade instruments.
Zizia (Philly) is Amber Wolfe and Jarrod Fowler. Environmental recordings, natural objects, and musical instruments. http://zizia.xyz/