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Saturday, June 6 2020 11:00 AM
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Franck Martin - Live from the studio, every Saturday at 11am PST, modular synthesizer, chat, news

Modular Synthesizer music and chat

With Doug Lynner, editor at Synapse Magazine and performer on Serge Modular Synthesizer

Many thanks to my Bandcamp community for supporting this work
KZLuna
Mike
Stealthwolf
Michael L Todd
Kyle Reid
Tuini
peronosphora
RusticNerd
tech-15
phuturo
Gary Warner
William Manning

Would be awesome to have you part of this community:
https://franckmartin.bandcamp.com/
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Saturday, June 6 2020 12:00 PM
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1. Please tune in to listen to powerful insights from numerous black artists and activists, old and new, we will also be showing computer-generated visuals processed from recent protest footage worldwide (by @aman_aman_aman)

2. Please consider joining our panel discussion afterwards, where we will brainstorm ways to contribute our skillsets, resources, or insights towards the movement. We’d love to hear about where you’ve seen a need for support, or how you think your resources could address those needs.

Please send donations to https://www.paypal.me/vivqiu. They will be double-matched.

Zoom Code will be on the bio @output.live on instagram
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Saturday, June 6 2020 7:00 PM
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*** This event was canceled. ***

Do-Over Music #18: The dBxB Zooms LIVE + Mark Dresser SOLO

The duo B. Experimental band resumes its bi-monthly concert series in a special online edition - a benefit concert to support Temescal Arts Center (TAC), the artist-run Oakland, CA venue that has been home to the Do-Over Music series since December 2018. The extraordinary bassist and improviser MARK DRESSER opens the "show" with a solo set broadcast from his SoCal home.

The concert will be organized as an Exquisite Corpse - a series of overlapping part improvised, part composed solos arranged into a score by ensemble leaders Lisa Mezzacappa and Jason Levis, with musical materials contributed by members of the band.

$10 suggested donation - donate now!
Venmo: @tac_oakland
PayPal: TemescalArtsCenter@gmail.com

The duo B. Experimental Band is:
Erika Oba
Kyle Bruckmann
Cory Wright
Beth Schenck
Kasey Knudsen
Nora Stanley
Chris Jonas
Kevin Robinson
gabby fluke-mogul
Darren Johnston
Rob Ewing
John Finkbeiner
Karl Evangelista
Brett Carson
Kjell Nordeson
Suki O'Kane
Safa Shokrai
Lisa Mezzacappa
Jason Levis

*with music also contributed by Brendan Lai-Tong, Matt Ingalls, Joshua Marshall and Bruce Ackley
**super special thanks to Jacob Felix Heule for the tech support!
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Sunday, June 7 2020 11:00 AM
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Noon sharp SUNDAY we are doing a very special sort of show, as you start your day to avoid being shot in the back or mowed down by roid rage-a-holics who peaked in playground grade school as professional bullies, boost yourself into this dimension of different cataclysm.

GOdwaffle NOise PAncakes Quaranstream Sunday June 7th at NOON
featuring preshow review of scopitones & other acts of yore..

11am Preshow!: mixed bag of weird/fun assembled by DVDr Party/Brutallo

NOON SHARP!: David Slusser-------Chopstick------Fletcher Pratt-----Daniel Blomquist-------Hora Flora & Scy1e------
Nurse Betty-----Housewife X------
Wooly Mari's Guillotine (watch the dream kick off at noon)

After show: More edits from Brutallo!!!


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up to the second hot noise actions, hotter noizu deveined, mixed with sock powered

DREAM:
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/brutalsfx/
https://www.youtube.com/user/BRUTALSFX
http://youtube.com/profile?user=brutallo

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Sunday, June 7 2020 6:00 PM
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Resonant Frequencies is a monthly open mic night specifically for Experimental Electronic Musicians and Composers, accompanied by live Visual Synthesis with a focus on real time generation and performance.

This month we’re doing it “social distance style”: All musicians and visualists will be performing in their homes, mixed in the cloud, and streamed to you live:

https://resfreq.live/028 - click “Set Reminder” to be sure you don’t miss the show

Resonant Frequencies exists to promote community - what better way to do that than getting together, creating sights and sounds while sharing ideas and making connections? Collaborations are encouraged and we welcome all genres of music and visuals: West Coast School, Noise, Ambient, Illbeint, Beats, Glitch, Musique Concrete, Drone or your own unique style.

We’ll schedule 10-12 performers, to play 10-15 minute sets.

Donate via PayPal to theresfreq@gmail.com
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Saturday, June 13 2020 11:00 AM
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Franck Martin - Live from the studio, every Saturday at 11am PST, modular synthesizer, chat, news

Modular Synthesizer music and chat

With Nathan Moody composer/musician, sound designer and mastering engineer

Many thanks to my Bandcamp community for supporting this work
KZLuna
Mike
Stealthwolf
Michael L Todd
Kyle Reid
Tuini
peronosphora
RusticNerd
tech-15
phuturo
Gary Warner
William Manning

Would be awesome to have you part of this community:
https://franckmartin.bandcamp.com/
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Sunday, June 14 2020 12:00 PM
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Pamela Z Solo Performance during the
BANG ON A CAN Live Online MARATHON
Sunday, June 14, 2020, 3pm - 9pm EDT (noon - 6pm PDT)

Pamela Z will give a live solo performance from her live/work studio in San Francisco as part of the Bang on a Can Live Onine Marathon, on Sunday, June 14, 2020, between 3pm and 9pm EDT (12pm and 6pm PDT). Check the Bang On A Can website for the full schedule (coming soon)

Composers Michael Gordon, David Lang and Julia Wolfe created the first BANG ON A CAN Marathon concert in 1987 in order to break down the barriers that separate musical communities. "Imagine Lollapalooza advised by the ghost of John Cage," Vanity Fair wrote. "There are other places to hear new contemporary music, but it is seldom offered with such a potent blend of intensity, authority, and abandon."

We are all waiting for the world to heal, but until it does, we all have to do what we can. We will start by hosting a LIVE Bang on a Can Marathon. Six hours of uncompromisingly adventurous, searching music played by some of the most amazing performers on the planet. Please join us!
– Michael Gordon, David Lang & Julia Wolfe
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Tuesday, June 23 2020 6:00 PM
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Gray Sound Sessions, Vol. 7: Nomi Epstein and Pamela Z

The Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry hosts its seventh in a series of Gray Sound Sessions: Nomi Epstein and Pamela Z

***This free performance is sponsored by the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry, but we encourage listener-watchers to consider making their own donations to the artists.

About Gray Sound Sessions
The Gray Center is now streaming a free, streaming weekly music-and-sound series, Gray Sound Sessions, featuring concerts but also happenings and experiments with form and platform. The series showcases searching performances from some of our favorite musicians and sound-makers including Opera Povera, Seth Parker Woods, a•pe•ri•od•ic, Viola Yip and Nicola Hein, and many more. In each case, we ask these artists not only to present work of their choice, but also—often through the performance itself—to reflect on the peculiar place of music and sound in this moment, and on the special power of those who labor them into being.

Gray Sound Sessions take place on Tuesday evenings at 8PM Central Daylight Time on the Gray Center’s Gray Sound Sessions page and the Gray Center's Facebook page. All events are sponsored by the Gray Center and free and open to the public, but we ask listener-watchers to consider making their own donations to the featured performers. The series is the initiative of Seth Brodsky (Gray Center Director), Zachary Cahill (Gray Center Director of Programs and Projects), and Seth Parker Woods (Artist-in-Residence at the University of Chicago). Others will surely be brought into the mix. We look forward to tuning in with you, near and far!
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