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Sunday 08.30.20 5pm (PDT) / 7pm (CDT)
PRINCIPLES OF NON-ISOLATION IN AUDIO #19

Black Lives Matter
a benefit show
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we invite you to listen in on an evening of live sonic exploration with sets from

AKOSUEN <+> CINCHEL
and
Pamela Z <+> Wobbly
followed by
Moe! Staiano CONDUCTS
featuring
Melne Murphy, Drew Wheeler, Robin Hiroko Walsh, Karl Evangelista, Josh Pollock, Lisa Mezzacappa, David Slusser, Tom Weeks, Joshua Marshall, Bruce Ackley, and Mark Clifford

performing LIVE TOGETHER IN REAL TIME
in non-isolation from many!! locations on the Earth

with spins by PROFESSOR CANTALOUPE

5pm Pacific [GMT -7] / 7pm Central

for more information on this episode’s guests:

Akosuen: akosuen.bandcamp
cinchel: cinchel.com - cinchel.bandcamp
cinchel + Akosuen: scriptsrecords.bandcamp
PamelaZ: pamelaz.com
Wobbly: detritus.net/Wobbly
Moe Staiano: moestaiano.com
Professor Cantaloupe: Nanny Cantaloupe


for more information on PONIIA, upcoming and past:
http://www.jsoliday.com/PONIIA

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Audio samples in which musicians at this event play:
Videos featuring musicians playing at this event
Bruce Ackley and Eugene Chadbourne
BREATHING is a movement from Carbon Song Cycle (a inter-media chamber work by composer/performer Pamela Z and visual artist Christina McPhee). The work was originally written for voice & electronics, bassoon, viola, cello, percussion, and tape. This is a solo version performed by the composer (with just voice, processing, and tape), recorded at a 3/13/2014 duo concert with Joan La Barbara as part of the 2014 ROOM Series. Pamela Z is using a gesture controller (designed and built by Donald Swearingen). © 2013 Last Letter Music (ASCAP)
avantNOIR, a suite of compositions for jazz quartet plus guests, is a musical companion to the crime novels of Dashiell Hammett and Paul Auster. All music by Lisa Mezzacappa.