This month’s BinAural/Visual is proud to bring you an experimental set by Philadelphia’s SKGB playing for Marjorie Becker’s solo photo exhibit of Blip Festival 2006-2011 portraits, a drum and bass set by outpt + paris, and a chiptune DJ set dance party by Rockman!
Chiptography & SKGB – Solo Photography Show and Analog Synth Set
Join acclaimed San Francisco based vocalist Laurie Amat as she improvises with 4 NYC based performers and ensembles she's never heard before, stylistically ranging from classical to theatrical groove rock, namely: critically acclaimed classical pianist Taka Kigawa, underground sax and drum virtuosi Jeremy Gustin and Will Graefes as Fahey, the freely improvise
Cadillac Moon Ensemble presents an adventurous concert featuring a diverse array of composers: James Romig, Brooks Frederickson, Ethan Pakchar. Eric Allen, Sam Crawford, who are all premiering CME commissioned works. The program also includes composer Noam Faingold's Knife in the Water.
New York City-based performer, Baby Copperhead, is a banjo player, guitarist, and alchemist in electronics & oddball circuitry. WNYC calls him “the banjo visionary, who’s specialty is taking the banjo and treating it with a sci-fi glaze.”
PUBLIQuartet intertwines the music of Viennese composers Anton Webern and Wolfgang Mozart with their own brand of rock meets jazz meets stylistically crazed improvisation and group composition. This program bridges the gap between eras through fluid group improvisation, going beyond surface differences to touch on deeper connections between traditional, modern and contemporary music.
The Seven Immediacies Series is thingNY's first official foray into curating a series as a group. thingNY's goal for the Seven Immediacies Series is to present ambitious new well-developed works by artists who maintain a high standard of performance.
Join us March 23rd, and March 26th, for a very special live performance and sound recording of the legendary, Jandek at Vaudeville Park, www.vaudevillepark.org.
The 2nd Performance of Jandek at Vaudeville Park, Monday March 26, features Rachelle Lalonde, vocals; Alan Lewandoski, guitar; Michael Hafftka, godin glissanter; Yonat; and Ian M Colletti on various instrumentation.
Future Pieces features recent works work by Lisha Bai, Leah Tacha and Sun You. This show explores the limitless potential that exists for a piece as it develops in the studio based on the unexpected ways that the work will change when placed in another space and arranged in a new way. For these artists, it is this kind of momentum and fluidity that is key to a piece's realization.
Phil Klay is a Marine Corps veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a graduate of the MFA program at Hunter College. He has been published by The New York Times, The New York Daily News, and Granta, and has an upcoming short story collection to be published by Penguin Press.
For this next installment I am featuring some scary men with deep musical hearts and dark, stark endless brainial cavity-thingies. These guys are a part of the best music coming out of the east coast today, and If you can't recognize, you are most definitely a sucka' (sic). Here is some sickening hyperbole and terrible similes so that you may achieve a deeper understanding of these talented man men.