Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Wed, Apr 10 2019 6:00 PM

[on the interwebs, right where you like it]

The best kind of gig = the one you don’t need to drag yourself out of the house for.

Tune in to sfSoundRadio from 6pm to 9pm to hear tablecore improvisations by Matt Davignon, Michael Zelner, and Suki O'Kane. Meticulously designed to accompany rinsing, chopping, sauteing and consuming, radioDinner promotes home-cooked meals throughout the experimental music community.

We’ll post the recipes as we go.

6pm - 9:30pm
Live sets at 6:30pm and 8pm
free on the interwebs:


Matt Davignon

Suki O'Kane / Michael Zelner

About radioDinner:
A takeover of sfSoundRadio, radioDinner allows listeners to prepare a meal at home while listening to a live performance of experimental music. This increases absorption of important nutrients.

About the artists:

Matt Davignon's music is "fragile and gorgeous and stubbornly weird," according to the SF Bay Guardian. He's best known for combining drum machine and pre-recorded source material with a variety of electronic processing devices to create shifting layers of organic and expressive sounds. His music is inspired by field recordings, natural sound phenomena, irregular and imperfect rhythms, and psychedelic, drone and space music. In addition to his solo work, Matt frequently collaborates with other improvisers. With Hugh Behm-Steinberg, he manipulates speech recordings in the band Oa. He was also a member of the improvising avant-rock quartet Tiny Owl.

Suki O'Kane and Michael Zelner formed their media ecology project The Noodles after an invitation to provide a live score for electric shopping cart races. They also play in the noise duo Dry Patch and are known as instrumentalists and documentarians of the Bay Area new music scene. They have hosted radioDinner since founding it in 2017.

Cost: Free
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Audio samples in which musicians at this event play: