Fire Museum Presents:
Tough Day Tubing
I'm With Joo Won
/Joo Won Park)
Sunday, March 16th 7:00 PM
2111 East Susquehanna Avenue
(Entrance on Martha Street)
$6-$8 sliding scale
Tough Day Tubing:
If, Bwana (aka Al Margolis) was born on New Year's Eve 1984, making music that has swung between fairly spontaneous studio constructions and more process-oriented composition. A recent review of Margolis's work says: "Let it be declared that Al Margolis/If, Bwana is some sort of evil genius working with raw materials which are never adapted to a genre or a context, because they create one in that very moment. Those sources are radically altered up to an utterly unrecognizable state, anarchic manifestations moving in compact determination." (Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes).
Al Margolis has been an activist in the 1980s American cassette underground through his cassette label Sound of Pig Music; was co-founder of experimental music label Pogus Productions, which he continues to run. Active under the name If, Bwana since 1984, making music that has swung between fairly spontaneous studio constructions and more process-oriented composition.
He has recorded and/or performed with Pauline Oliveros, Ione, Joan Osborne, Monique Buzzarté, Katherine Liberovskaya, Adam Bohman, Ellen Christi, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Jane Scarpantoni, Ulrich Krieger, David First, and Dave Prescott, among others.
Boston-based saxophonist Steve Norton has been performing and recording for over 30 years, with a bunch of folks to whom he is deeply and forever in debt. His recent work has taken a turn toward more sound-based concerns and investigations into performance gestalt. His focus is on improvisation, which is filtered through a strongly compositional sensibility. Current projects include Duck That, Grizzler, Symptomatic, Kilter, Metal & Glass Ensemble, Spam, solo performance and duos with Vic Rawlings, Curt Newton, Matt Samolis, Noell Dorsey, Marc Bisson and Katt Hernandez.
Walter Wright is an improviser on electronics of his fabrication. He is also a interdisciplinary artist, and community arts advocate. Educated as an architect, he has graduate degrees in engineering and interdisciplinary art. He is a co-founder of 119 Gallery in Lowell MA where he produces new music and performance events. One of these is XFest, an annual festival for improvised sound, video and movement. He teaches new media at UMass Lowell. He is a member of Apocalypso, bodydrama, Los Condenados, Loup-Garou, and One-Armed Mist.
I'm With Joo Won:
From the beginning of the band W.O.O., to the development of the W.hole O.ther O.rbit network, which includes her legendary projects: W.O.O.Revelator, WORLD OF TOMORROW, and Mambo Mantis, to her duet recordings with Kevin Shea, Federico Ughi, Jeffrey Hayden Shurdut, and Ernesto Diaz- Infante, to her guest recordings with the John Spencer Blues Explosion and The Brian Wilson Shock Treatment, Bonnie Kane has always sought the magic of the moment, bringing her Fresh Sound Guarantee to every performance. Her dedication to improvisation was influenced by an unusually early and continuous exposure to Sun Ra (she grew up in Philadelphia, and was blessed by June Tyson), a background of equal parts: Hendrix, Ayler, and Zappa - and studies with Sonny Simmons, Paul McCandless, Glenn Moore, Ralph Towner (Oregon), and Jon Raskin (ROVA Saxophone Quartet). A stint in the original Club Foot Orchestra (whose members included Snakefinger (The Residents) and Eric Drew Feldman (Captain Beefheart), introduced her to electronic processing for horns, and a brief study at Mills College under Anthony Braxton solidified her direction.
Bonnie terms her work in the area of feedback and extended saxophone technique, as avant-core, a music she defines as mixing the extremes of psychedelic rock and hard core with the energies of avant garde jazz.
Flandrew Fleisenberg plays percussion on an assortment of everyday ephemera and modified drum parts that he has reduced and eroded through a process of playing and breaking them. A graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston with a focus in conceptual art, he is musically self-taught and has developed a cadre of idiosyncratic techniques that are all his own. Flandrew has been involved in the improvised and creative music community since 2001 performing solo, in ad-hoc improv groupings and in set projects.
Joo Won Park (b.1980) wants to make everyday sound beautiful and strange so that everyday becomes beautiful and strange. He performs live with toys, kitchenware, vegetables, umbrellas, and other non-musical objects by digitally processing their sounds. He also produces pieces made with with field recordings, sine waves, and any other sources that he can record or synthesize. Joo Won draws inspirations from listening Florida swamps, Philadelphia skyscrapers, his 2-year-old son's play, and other soundscapes surrounding him. He has studied in Berklee College of Music and the University of Florida, and currently serves as an assistant professor of music at the Community College of Philadelphia. Joo Won's music and writings are available on ICMC DVD, Spectrum Press, MIT Press, and PARMA recording.
Fire Museum Presents:
Tiny Market Badman
Monday, March 17th 8:00 PM
Pageant Soloveev Gallery
607 Bainbridge St
$8-$10 sliding scale
The Schematics (Stockholm):
The Schematics are Daniel M Karlsson (Guitar & Electronics), Erik Blennow Calälv (bass clarinet), Katt Hernandez (violin) & Ludvig Elblaus (electronics). They are a quartet which brings together acoustic, electronic and digital sources - throwing all boundaries between these things to the four winds to create a vast palette of attenuated sound.
Formed in 2011, the band is based in Stockholm. The members are all deeply involved in the city's improvised, electronic and experimental music communities. They met at the Electronic Music Studio, where they began recording and performing at nearby Fylkingen. The music contains reference to everything from Morton Feldman to Rembetika to Etta James to Sonic Youth, overt and secret, spun into new language and structure. The great array of approaches within the groups' four points are sharply focused into a distinct music which is simultaneously understated and intense, densely layered in sound and in silence.
Gene Coleman/Nick Millevoi Duo (Philadelphia):
Gene Coleman is a composer, musician and director. Winner of the 2013 Berlin Prize for Music, he has created over 70 works for various instrumentation and media. Innovative use of sound, image, space and time allows Coleman to create work that expands our understanding of the world. Since 2001 his work has focused on the global transformation of culture and music’s relationship with other media, such as architecture, video and dance. n the area of improvised music, he has played in concert with many important musicians, including Evan Parker, Derek Bailey, Roscoe Mitchell, William Parker, Taku Sugimoto, Kevin Drumm, Yuji Takahashi, Theo Bleckmann, the group Ossatura and many others. He has recorded with Jim O’Rourke and Mats Gustaffson for the Okka Disc label, music by Anthony Braxton and Gulliermo Gregorio for the Hat Art label and three CDs for Leo Records with John Wolf Brennan. Coleman has also recorded and performed with the experimental rock group Gastr del Sol, as well as several projects with Jim O’Rourke and the minimalist composer Tony Conrad. In 2004 the CD “Storobo Imp.” was released — a collection of improvisations with guitarist Uchihashi Kazuhisa on the False Walls label. The German label GROB released “Concert in St. Louis” (with Coleman, Otomo Yoshihide, Sachiko M. and Franz Hautzinger) in October 2004. His 2006 CD with Lebanese musician Raed Yassin (“The Adventures of Nabil Fawzi”) was highly praised in the influential British magazine The Wire. 2010 saw the release of his first recording with the Italian group Ossatura and the cellist Marina Peterson, which also received a great review in The Wire.
Nick Millevoi is a Philadelphia-based guitarist who explores and expands upon the sound of the electric guitar through frequent use of non-traditional tunings, feedback, and raw noise. On his most recent solo-guitar releases, Numbers on the Side (Ivory Antler, 2014) and In White Sky (Flenser Records), Millevoi combines his 6- and 12-string electric guitars with drones and extreme volume to create a startling new work. Nick is a member of the noise-rock-free jazz trio Many Arms, whose second album for John Zorn's Tzadik label will be released in April 2014. Nick makes one half of the duo Archer Spade with trombonist Dan Blacksberg, who have performed music by composers Mick Barr, Gene Coleman, Dave Soldier, and Johnny DeBlase, as well as curating a performance series in Phladelphia. He also has an ongoing collaboration with bassist/guitarist Edward Ricart whose first LP was released in 2013 on Gaffer Records. Nick has toured extensively as a solo guitarist as well as with Deveykus (Tzadik), Make A Rising, Electric Simcha, and with Gene Coleman's Ensemble N_JP. Nick has collaborated with many great artists, including Toshimaru Nakamura, Keir Neuringer, Thomas Buckner, Ken Ueno, Ches Smith, Travis LaPlante, Weasel Walter, Kevin Shea, Joe Lally, Dead Neanderthals, Balazs Pandi, and many others.
Tiny Market Badman (Philadelphia):
A new group consisting of Dan Blacksberg, Mike Szekely, Bryan Rogers & Matt Engle.
Dan Blacksberg is rapidly emerging as a new leading voice on the trombone. With musical activity that spans avant-garde jazz, modern classical music, improvised music and klezmer, Dan brings a burly, rough-edged sound intended to push at the technical and textural extremes of his instrument. Based in Philadelphia, Dan leads a variety of groups, such as the Dan Blacksberg Trio and Electric Simcha, and co-leads groups such as Archer Spade, the New York/Philadelphia avant-jazz quartet Bird Fly Yellow, and the terror-improv group Psychotic Quartet. In addition, Dan has also performed with Joe Morris, Joe Maneri, Danilo Perez, Gene Coleman, and is a founding member of Anthony Braxton’s Tri-Centric Orchestra.
MICHAEL SZEKELY studied jazz as an undergraduate at the Hartt School of Music (Hartford) led by the late saxophonist Jackie McLean. In 1996, he studied percussion with drum master Milford Graves at Bennington College. Since 1993, Michael has co-led various projects with New York-based saxophonist Allen Livermore and the ALMS Trio. Michael is also a member of various groups contributing to the burgeoning improvisational music scene in Philadelphia, including Equis Equis Equis, Trio Rhizome, Double-clutch, and the Dan Blacksberg Trio, as well as playing in the Courtney Parker Quartet, a vocal-led ensemble spanning the range of jazz, pop, and folk styles. He has also collaborated on projects and concerts with Anthony Braxton, Stephen Haynes, Taylor Ho Bynum, and Toshi Makihara.
Bryan Rogers has performed in/with Shot x Shot, Feeler Gauge, Aerial Photograph & Bobby Zankel among others, he lets the music speak for itself and isn't one for internet bios.
Much the same can be said of bassist Matt Engle. He has performed with Shot x Shot, Sonic Liberation Front, Yapp, Transitional Objects, Bobby Zankel and many others.
Fire Museum Presents:
Friday, April 4th 8:00 PM
Pageant Soloveev Gallery
607 Bainbridge St
$8-$10 sliding scale
Jooklo Duo (Italy):
Deeply down, if you have the courage to explore the most hidden lands of the universal energy, you arrive at some point where you just know that Souls are so ancient that you’re just prepared to everything the Uncreated Force is going to bring you. Sometimes you expect something, and something else arrives. That’s the way in which the One around and over here is bringing inner harmony to the Cosmo order, continuously giving us lessons through an incredibly high sense of humor. What we all need is Peace, and there’s no Peace until there are boundaries inside us. Reaching redemption and salvation. “Music is the key”, and when the gates open showing the reign of what is over the game of contrasts, you can be scared or joyful. But at the same time you’ll be experimenting the rules of freedom of the unpredictable Light. We just try to do our best as walking messengers of what is on the other side of the Gates, as many others has done during the immesaurable story of the Circle of Souls. Music is the word of us, creatures of the air
Born 1984 in Italy, Virginia Genta is self-taught and plays saxophone (tenor, soprano, baritone, alto), flutes, clarinet, plus some percussion and keyboards. Since 2003 she’s been working with drummer and percussionist David Vanzan in several projects such as Jooklo Duo, Neokarma Jooklo Trio (or Sextet, Octet, Experience), Golden Jooklo Age, and the Jooklo Finnish Quartet. She started playing music from improvisation while quite young, and has always been moving in the music cosmos with a deep, natural and spontaneous approach to creation, constantly working to find the highest way of expression connected to the oneness of universe. Besides this, the devotion of Virginia finds freedom also through drawings and illustrations. A restless activity during the past few years (about 400 concerts and a countless amount of recording sessions, some of those released on labels like Qbico, Conspiracy, and her own Troglosound), brought her to collaborations with musicians like Chris Corsano, Paul Flaherty, Bill Nace, Sonny Simmons, Daniel Carter, Sabir Mateen, John Blum, John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), Takehisa Kosugi (Taj Mahal Travellers), Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Sonic Youth, Hartmut Geerken, Famodou Don Moye, Makoto Kawabata, Andrew Barker, Muruga Booker, Raymond Strid, Giorgio Pacorig, among others. - Northern Spy Records
Michael Evans/Joe Moffett/Jack Wright Trio (New York/Easton, PA):
Michael Evans is an improvising drummer/percussionist/ thereminist/composer whose work investigates and embraces the collision of sound and theatrics. As well as being a drumset player, his work with unusual sound sources includes found objects, homemade instruments, the theremin and various digital and homemade analog electronics. His work with the theremin varies the quality of its sound through set-up and technique. On the theremin he has performed with dancers and in group settings playing experimental, jazz, rock, ersatz lounge and chamber music. In 2000, he was photographed playing a Moog ether wave theremin for the front of Bob Moog’s Big Briar catalog. He has performed in multiple performances of the NYC Theremin Society’s Issue Project Room concerts during 2005, 2006 and 2007. He has studied movement/sparring/drumming with Professor Milford Graves, drum technique with Joe Morello, tabla with Misha Masud, kanjira with Ganesh Kumar and Haitian/Afro-Cuban hand drumming with John Amira. He has studied musicianship with Helen Hobbs Jordan, composition with Richard Cameron Wolf, Blue Gene Tyranny and the theremin with Pamelia Kurstin,
Joe Moffett is a Brooklyn-based jazz/improv trumpeter and educator. His current projects include a quartet, Bird Fly Yellow, and a trumpet-voice duo, Twins of El Dorado. He also studies modern poetry, and has given lectures on this subject at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education.
Jack Wright has been a full-time saxophonist of improvisation since 1979, though he began playing as a ten-year-old in 1952. He quit, basically because he couldn't play chord-change jazz. In the long hiatus that followed he studied and reflected on history, philosophy, culture, which he continues to do. He taught and quit that, engaged in radical politics and quit that when the left lost its revolutionary edge, began playing again as a free improviser. He has been regularly discouraged but has not stopped. Now he is known to a few people and seeks to keep the low profile, which is the easy way to go, business-wise. He used to rage and stomp around like a Dionysian; now he can make soft and squeaky sounds, mixed with occasional lion roars and dog barkings. He wears shorts, a beard, long hair, and a hat. He mostly sits crouched down, with the bell of his horn pressed against his bare thigh and muted sometimes into silence. He plays in public only with people who interest him musically and personally, but that's still a lot of people, since he plays a lot of different ways, from free jazz to nothing recognizable as saxophone music. He may be obscure but he comes close to doing exactly what he wants in his life, and that is no simple matter for any of us.
Fire Museum Presents:
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures Trio
Saturday, April 12th, 8:00 PM
4014 Walnut St
$10 suggested donation
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures Trio (New York):
ADAM RUDOLPH (handrumset (kongos, djembe, tarija, zabumba) thumb
pianos, sintir, multiphonic vocal, percussion)
GRAHAM HAYNES (cornet, flugelhorn, percussion)
RALPH JONES (flute, bass clarinet, alto flute, soprano and tenor
saxophones, bamboo flutes)
Composer/hand percussionist Adam Rudolph was born in Chicago in 1955, and as a teen was mentored by the likes of Don Cherry, Fred Anderson, and Maulawi Nururdin. After receiving a self-designed undergraduate degree in ethnomusicology from Oberlin College, Rudolph went on to earn his M.F.A. from the California Institute of the Arts; in 1977 he traveled to Ghana and met the famed griot Foday Musa Suso, and a year later they reunited in Chicago to form the Mandingo Griot Society, pioneering a fusion of traditional African music with jazz and R&B. Rudolph additionally spent 15 years studying North Indian tabla drums under the renowned Pandit Taranath Rao, also regularly collaborating with L. Shankar and Hassan Hakmoun. His extensive research throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa allowed Rudolph to master a vast range of percussion instruments, including the congas, djembe, bendir, dumbek, tabla, talking drum, kalimba, and udu; in addition to appearing on sessions by everyone from Herbie Hancock to Jon Hassell to Shadowfax, he collaborated extensively with Yusef Lateef from 1988 onward.
Rudolph debuted his own group, Moving Pictures, with a self-titled 1992 LP; in 1995, he premiered his first opera, The Dreamer. In the early part of the 21st century, Rudolph became a founding member of Build an Ark in Los Angeles, a multigenerational group of musicians including Carlos Niño, Dwight Trible, Phil Ranelin, and a dozen others. They issued two fine albums, 2004's Peace with Every Step and 2007's Dawn. Rudolph also collaborated with Leni Stern on her 2007 effort Africa. Dream Garden followed in 2008. In 2010, Rudolph issued two more recordings on Meta: Yèyí with reed master and multi-instrumentalist Ralph Jones and Towards the Unknown with composer and multi-instrumentalist Lateef -- although on the latter disc Lateef received top billing. - Jason Ankeny/All Music Guide
The son of legendary jazz drummer Roy Haynes,Graham Haynes is regarded as an innovator on cornet and flugelhorn, an extraordinary composer, and an emerging force in contemporary electronic music and world music,Graham Haynes has redefined and deconstructed that genre we still call jazz. While his main instrument is the cornet, he is by no means making jazz music these days. Haynes uses technology to create imaginative, subtle sonic environments. Even amidst electronic processing, his horn stands out, providing a level of expression that humanizes and elevates the synthetic sounds. -All About Jazz
Ralph Jones is a woodwinds player who is not only an excellent saxophonist and flautist but also plays a number of exotic woodwinds such as the Ney, hichi-riki, sipsi, and shena. He has performed regularly with Adam Rudolph, and Kevin Eubanks on Sundays at the Jazz Bakery, in Los Angeles. He was a close associate of Yusef Lateef. - bio
The music of Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures heralds a new and vital
direction in the evolution of American music. Grounded in the American
improvisational tradition, the ensemble embraces music forms,
languages, instrumentation, and cosmologies of Europe, Africa, the
Middle East, Asia, and the African diaspora. Decades of performance
and research into these music cultures have given the artists the
background and experience to create a unique and unprecedented
improvisational art form.
"Percussionist Adam Rudolph has been fusing jazz and world music for
decades, to the point where the two coexist as a seamless whole." -
The Philadelphia Daily News
Fire Museum Presents:
Tuesday, April 15th, 7:30 PM
Random Tea Room
713 N 4th St
$6-$8 sliding scale
Daniel Bachman (Fredericksburg,VA):
"Is Daniel Bachman the Robert Pollard of the American Primitive set? In terms of pure unstoppable output levels, it’s starting to look that way. Since about 2010 he’s been releasing music at a furious clip, including singles, cassettes compilation tracks, collaborations, and tour CDRs. Jesus I’m A Sinner is his third full-length album in less than two years, coming hot on the heels of 2012s Oh Be Joyful and Seven Pines. The good news is that the law of diminishing returns does not seem to apply in Bachman’s case; Jesus I’m A Sinner is his strongest, most assured LP to date. It’s also his most diverse, mixing purely solo recordings with some great collaborations. The album kicks off with the gorgeous “Sarah Anne,” Bachman’s first composition for lap guitar and he handles the instrument like he’s been playing it his whole life. From there we’re treated to such beauties as the chipper “Honeysuckle Rose,” the absolutely wonderful “Happy One Step” (a guitar/fiddle duet with Sally Morgan of the Black Twig Pickers) and the eerie, dream-like “Under The Shade Of The Trees.” On previous recordings, Bachman played with such force that it seemed he should be snapping strings left and right. The new record is a bit more reserved, a bit more playful. Not that it lacks energy, though — check out the tense, foreboding closer “Leaving Istanbul (4 AM).” The guitarist isn’t stopping here — he’s already got Jesus‘ follow-up slated for early 2014. Keep ‘em coming, Dan". – T. Wilcox/Aquarium Drunkard
Fence Kitchen (Philadelphia):
From 2002 to the present, Tim Harbeson (formerly of tarpigh & Cerberus Shoal) has employed Fence Kitchen as both alter-ego and vehicle for exploring his interest in multi-disciplinary solo performance. This perpetual work in progress at times involves puppetry and ambient setting and lighting with original music played live and/or as recorded soundtrack, while at other times, is presented as a purely musical performance. As the music is the impetus and context for Fence Kitchen-- an integral component of the mesmerizing dreamscape of objects and created environment and an extractable, stand-alone export of the world it infuses.
Alabaster Museum Presents:
Kuschty Rye Ergot
Tuesday, April 22nd, 8:00 PM
Pageant : Soloveev Gallery
607 Bainbridge St
$6-$8 sliding scale
The sounds of Ignatz come not from George Herriman's brick-hurling mouse, but from a Belgian named Bram Devens; and his take on American folk/blues drops the listener right into a churning, alien lo-fi universe of blurred echoes, distant Appalachian plucking and deep, FX-scarred soundscapes. Despite all the haze and buzz, the ghosts of Blind Willie Johnson and Mississippi John Hurt float above it all with distinct tunes and structure. - Brian Turner/WFMU
And what of Ignatz, this mysterious bedroom-folk troubadour? Record labels take note: his tunes are a deliciously subtle subversion of genre categorization. If you’re sick of being pigeonholed into any sort of arbitrary label, Bram Devens provides lonely, plaintive songs that defy labels, and are all the more expressive for it. Is it blues, is it folk, is it pop, or is it just “lo-fi”? The cloistered, crudely isolating sound of Ignatz’s guitar playing repels any generic comparisons, forcing us to think of a wider spectrum of music we could simply call “someone with a guitar.” Call it whatever you want, but this is one man’s loneliness, one man’s sound: it feels made in willful ignorance of any other artists we could dredge up as reference points.
What comparisons are possible, though? One can hear sounds as diverse as the country-blues of Skip James, the tempered pop madness of Daniel Johnston; Hell, even (the far inferior, I think) minimalism of Jandek, but Ignatz crafts songs so lonely and personal it feels as though we’re invading his privacy by listening. Sure, there’s a throbbing bass pulse in “A Hard Day” that reminds me of Saharan blues, or layers of reversed loops on “Certainty” sounding like the jangling of an out-of-tune autoharp, but there’s always a feeling that this is a cry for help, one that perhaps was not intended for us.- Diego Aguilar/Decoder.
Kuschty Rye Ergot (Washington DC/Philadelphia):
Kuschty Rye Ergot is a project from long-time DC area multi-instrumentalist/vocalist John Stanton. A collective as opposed to a fixed lineup, performances range from drifty, slowburn, Popol Vuh-ish, watercolor solo guitar/synth constructs to full blown ensemble sonic exhaust blasts, along with occasional stripped down acoustic folk musings. Elements of many of Stanton's wide-ranging previous efforts (Redeemers, Cash Slave Clique, Nik Turner/Harvey Bainbridge of Hawkwind, Spaceseed, Promise Breakers, Cotton & Billawtm) are in evidence, refracted via a prism of spatial folk, electronics, and whatever else the lineup du jour shakes loose from their collective tree. A universe where Ronnie Lane and COB channel Dome and Peter Hammill? You decide. In addition, John sometimes performs as a member of DC improv-psych band Kouhotek, playing guitar, synth, electric piano, and other instruments. Kuschty Rye Ergot has three self-released recordings and a 3" EP on Kendra Steiner Editions, and has shared stages with acts as varied as Flower Travelin' Band, Love with Johnny Echols, Bobb Trimble, Amps For Christ, Horseback and Sharon van Etten. (NOTE: KRE will perform last this evening)
Mark Feehan (Philadelphia):
While our erstwhile maestro is likely to point out personal involvement in Miami’s Broken Talent or Trash Monkeys as the apex of his twisted musical endeavors, the fact remains that Mark Feehan is most likely best remembered as the “other” cold-blooded string-mangler that shredded synapses through the Siltbreeze era of Harry Pussy two decades ago. (...) MF is a lively mix of guitar-based compositions steeped in modal harmonics that explode into miasmic, aural waves, transporting emanations of Phil Yost, Magical Power Mako, Michael Chapman and Hans Reichel into the mind stream. Swirling, spacey eddies will open like maelstroms and flood your subconscious(...) - Siltbreeze Records
Mitch Esparza (Philadelphia):
Mitch Esparaza might be better known as (((TACO))) (the ((())) being a nod to SunnO))) but now he's left that nom de plume behind. He plays the delta blues infused with Mexican and Spanish folklore, not to mention some droned out psychedelics rumbling the background. His other band The Love Club is like rolling thunder, but the work he produces in a solo context is more subtle with a focus on the finger-picking shred. (adapted from Dream Oven bio)
4/25 - Fursaxa & Antti Tolvi @ Yell Gallery
4/27 - Blevin Blectum, Sontag Shogun & Kate Ferencz @ Yell Gallery
5/9 - Marisa Anderson & Laura Baird @ Random Tea Room
6/10 - Good For Cows & Wrest @ The Rotunda
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