Wed 8/19 7:45 PM Second Act [1727 Haight St.
Bare, stoic, genuinely fearsome, and charged with a political undertow that sweeps away all safe shores, Arford translates sound into physical force resuscitating our loving nausea with a fresh breath of black air into lungs pumping with actual blood. He shatters the lucite ant maze of dualism, trusting us to crawl the shards. Founder of the legendary 7hz venue in 1995, Arfords worldwide exhibits of film and sound have reached SFMOMA(USA) Dissonanze 7(Italy) LUFF Festival(Switzerland) Observatori Festival(Spain) Sounding Festivals(China) Liquid Architecture(Australia) and Festival de Video/Arte/Electronico(Peru).
Anagrammatized for your pleasure, Tonal Masher or Aram Shelton, extends and resonates multiphonic dimensions of complex harmonic feedback using a 1927 Conn alto saxophone, a 1976 esophageal chamber, non-vintage cerebrospinal fluid, and bleeding edge electronics. The result is a dangerously enriched sonic uranium, stockpiles of which may be inspected on Cuneiform, Delmark, and Singlespeed records.
Quit with your clean, put your lips on it already. With Danishta y Alexandra at the controls, what starts as Fever Pitch reggaeton gets stickied up fast once that contact-pineapple busts out. This is riot romance and you're about to break up with your spectator seat.
Ceramicist and sculptor, Sung Kim, builds original stringed instruments, like the "Ozukuri" the singular sounds of which he ferments in a loamy compost of collaboration where Korber's drums turn the worms of Gorlen's electronics even as Pederson's tenor tones emerge with the bone white clarity of ratskull. Good for your garden.
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