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Concert: Know Wisdom / Pink Wench / Gilgore+Mattrey+No Land / Vernal Pools


One look at that poster makes you wanna be there doesn't it?
Thanks to Erin Frisby we have captured the holy sonic horse and we will ride it oh so wild
Doors: 8pm // TICKETS
$10 at the door (drop that love potion in the magical donation box purrease)
To sum up the night, Baltimore and DC are joining forces, again:

*Know Wisdom (Baltimore):*
"a melange of clever melodic hooks, a pulsating bass line,fuzzy guitar and 3rd chakra melting drums"

*PinkWench (Baltimore)*
"chill sad tunes for yr chill sad soul"

*Gilgore/Mattrey/No Land*
Jarrett Gilgore is a multi-instrumentalist, improviser, composer, and educator. He usually performs on saxophone. He plays shows actively in the U.S.A. and internationally in a wide variety of contexts. Projects in 2019 include duos with Anthony Pirog, Anna RG, and Baltimore poet, Anna K Crooks. He is a member of Heart of the Ghost with Luke Stewart and Ian McColm, Anthony Pirog's Body Puzzle,Baltimore Afrobeat Society, Jaimie Branch's Bombshelter. He has performed/recorded with a wide variety of amazing musicians including Tony Malaby, Susan Alcorn, Lonnie Holley, Laraaji, and bands as diverse as the Dan Deacon Ensemble, Anna & Elizabeth, Cass McCombs Band, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and Rubblebucket.
Joanna Mattrey is a violist active in both the new music and free improvisation communities who's playing often incorporates textural gestures, preparations, and electronic alterations. She is searching for moments of ceremony and ritual in a modern soundscape. Mattrey has played with such luminaries as Marc Ribot and the Young Philadelphians, Mary Halvorson, John Zorn, Erik Friedlander, Nick Dunston and others among New York City's Downtown scene.
No Land is an artist, poet, and photographer. She fled school to convene with the outrider poets, jazz musicians, hackers, and magicians of the lower east side artist community. Her photojournalistic work has been published by Levy Gorvy Gallery, The Brooklyn Rail, The Village Voice, The Indypendent,Bill Moyer’s Journal, and others. In 2018, she released Authentic Artifice, an art-book of poem and photographs published by Newest York. Her cinema-poem, “Crepuscular,” a collaboration with the poet Anne Waldman, premiered at The Poetry Project in 2018.

*Vernal Pools (D.C)*
Erin Frisby, Maya Renfro and Kamyar Arsani (members of OSYX/Pagan Reagan/Time is Fire)
are vernal pool that shaped in D.C and gave habitat to music standing right on the edge of joyful Americana and tear jerking Mashriq and Persian music.

Earlier Event: August 24
Workshop: Intro to DJing