Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation

Phill Niblock

From Avant Ghetto:

Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation :: June 24-26 @ Silent Barn & Outpost :: Ridgewood NY

Ende Tymes Festival is a 3 day festival dedicated to DIY experimental music and video art. With workshops, discussions, screenings, and live music performances, Ende Tymes will expose local fans and artists to processes and production techniques, as well as the work of distant and older practitioners of the hands-on, street-level experimental media arts. Workshops will be conducted in DIY radio transmission, and Victorian Synths and Other Analog Wizardry. A discussion will occur between elder members of the noise and experimental music scene to talk about “street-level experimental music and the evolution of interface and community.” Screenings and live performances with video will happen on 3 consecutive nights, featuring curated artists as well as selected pieces from a public call for submissions. Live performances of noise and experimental music will happen on 3 consecutive nights featuring nearly 40 acts from across the US

confirmed artists for performances:
Phill Niblock (NYC)
GX Jupitter-Larsen / The Haters (CA)
Gen Ken Montgomery (NYC)
Damion Romero (CA)
The Rat Bastard Experience (FL)
Vertonen (IL)
MV Carbon (NYC)
Mike Shiflet (OH)
Bruce Tovsky (NYC)
David Linton (NYC)
Al Margolis (NYC)
Crank Sturgeon (ME)
IDM Theftable (ME)
C. Spencer Yeh (NYC)
Bran(…)Pos (CA)
Sick Llama (MI)
Work/Death (RI)
Andrew Coltrane (MI)
Dog Lady (MI)
Novasak (CO)
Fatale (IL)
Monsturo (CA)
Page27 (CO)
Postcommodity (OK/NM)
BWT / ex-Is (IL)
Brown (OR)
Jeff Carey (MD)
Liam Mooney (CA)
Don Haugen (OR)
Yellow Tears (NYC)
Twisty Cat (NYC)
Hex Breaker Quartet (NYC)
Kyle Clyde (NYC)
Cowards (NYC)
ISA Christ (NYC)
Rust Worship (NYC)

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