Thursday January 24 * 8pm * $10 * advance tickets
Gleb Kanasevich is a clarinetist, composer, and experimental/electronic musician. He currently works primarily with feedback, noise, modified instruments, and live electronics, and took his work Subtraction for clarinet and electronics to a number of contemporary music series and festivals in 2017/18 season. His new blackened noise album Asleep will come out in a small batch cassette tape and digital release on January 25, 2019, and the immersive 45-minute Subtraction will be released in January 4, 2019 via Flag Day Recordings.
Guillermo Pizarro is a sound artist from Eastern PA by way of West Virginia. He started experimenting in 2010 with prepared guitar/drone compositions, and has since then moved to experimenting with field recordings, electronics and amplified objects to create his textured soundscapes.
Victoria Cheah (b. 1988, New York, NY) is a composer working in multiple media and genres, exploring hierarchy, ambiguity, and the concert ritual. Cheah holds a B.A. in music from City University of New York Hunter College & Macaulay Honors College, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in composition at Brandeis University.
JA$$IE lives and works in the District of Columbia. Her work oscillates between states of representation and fragmentation, acoustic and electronic, object and process and takes the form of site-specific, interactive installations, drawings, collage, photography, video, music, performance, research, writing and works for internet and paper.
A monstrous vision of impending doom [ TERRASCOPE : UNITED KINGDOM ] BLK TAG is the duo of Chris Videll (Tag Cloud) and JS Adams (BLK w/BEAR). The event finishes w/ their composition, FLASHCARDS FOR AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE, a collaborative performance among the evening's performers.