Thursday, March 20, 2014

EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC AT THE RED ROOM THIS MONDAY

clip_image001GREG GORLEN, PAINTED FACES, CORY O’BRIEN

From the street level “unclassifiable” section of the taxaonomy inversion: improv with feedbacking snare drum, cassette loops, circuit-bent-electro-junk. Set your rotations to 360.

WHEN: March 24, Doors open at 8:30 PM; music at 9 PM
WHERE: The Red Room at Normals Books and Records, 425 E. 31st Street Baltimore
ADMISSION: $6
Facebook Event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/654584647941120/

Greg Gorlen is an experimental musician living in San Francisco. He produces music and noise using manipulated junk, found tapes, and home made cassette loops. Sounds emerge and fade in a constant state of flux and decay. Greg records and performs under a variety of group banners and aliases such as Black Thread, Vibrating Garbage, Von Himmel, Dark Spring, Esther Chlorine, and The Catabolic Junk Ensemble in addition to running the cassette label Turmeric Magnitudes and writing about music for demagnetization blog.
http://cascadingfragments.tumblr.com/

Painted Faces is the solo recording project of David Drucker, often joined live & on tour by a rotating assembly of outsiders and outcasts comprising the Painted Faces collective. Self-described psych/experimental/free rock/improv/performance art.
http://www.paintedfacesband.net/

Cory O'Brien is a sound and new-media artist who lives in Washington, DC. His work spans extended-technique percussion, electro-acoustic improvisation, interactive sound installation, digital synthesizer design, and sound based net-art.
http://prtcl.cc