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From the wulf:

Friday, December 16, 8pm
the wulf, a space dedicated to experimental arts, presents Burdocks, Stones, Sticks: a concert of three works of Christian Wolff for a large ensemble, curated by Christine Tavolacci. The performers include Ezra Buchla, Archie Carey, Carolyn Chen, Eric km Clark, Daniel Corral, Corey Fogel, April Guthrie, Orin Hildestad, Anna Inuzuka, Mari, Adam Overton, and Laura Steenberge. the wulf, 1026 South Santa Fe Ave. #203, downtown Los Angeles | Free, donations accepted.

From OCCCA.org:

Saturday, December 17, 3pm
The Orange County Center for Contemporary Art and URCK Records present the Santa Ana Noise Festival III, featuring music by Phog Masheen, Cold Grey Eye, AstroNovazz, Jesus is Dead, +DOG+, D!&P¡ , SISSISTERS, Concrete Shiva, Ain Soph Aur, Sloppy Cock, Endometrium Cuntplow, Yuko Imada, Six Mystic Points, XSXCXEXBX, The Black Scorpio Underground. There will be a Pot Luck so bring some grub, a Noise Swap meet so bring music and gear to trade/sell, and Noise artists bring your art for display. DJ and visual projections will be had, as well. OCCCA (located in the Santa Ana Artist Village), 117 North Sycamore, Santa Ana | Free, bring food for Pot Luck.

From FaceBook:

Saturday, December 17, 7pm
(the) Handbag Factory presents An Evening of Sound Servitude, featuring Bastard Noise (Artz and Wood), Winters In Osaka (from Chicago), Actuary, Bacteria Cult, GX Jupitter-Larsen, Amps For Christ. (the) Handbag Factory, 1336 S. Grand Ave., downtown Los Angeles | $5

From Beyond Baroque:

Monday, December 19, 8pm
Beyond Baroque hosts Festival Eternal Tour and Ensemble Vide in their production, Deserting Las Vegas, an experimental performance with music, text and dance, in one prologue and four acts, for six performers. Deserting Las Vegas is a project bringing together musicians, dancers, singers, artists and intellectuals. The booklet and the music have been written for this occasion. The performance presents itself as a work in progress, involving the interpreters in the process of creation. Freely inspired by Bertold Brecht’s Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny, this piece stages characters in search of meaning, torn between their contradictory desires to think, entertain themselves and make money. Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd., Venice, Los Angeles | $7

From Molly Malones:

Monday, December 19, 9pm
Molly Malones presents an evening of unique and original music by Drawing Caves, AK and her Kalashnikovs, and PLOTZ!. AK and her Kalashnikovs features Alissa Kueker (vocals, violin), Sebastian Steinberg (upright bass), princessFrank (percussion), Jake Bluenote (guitar, mando, banjo), Isaac Shankler (accordion), Danny Graziani (violin). PLOTZ! features Daniel Rosenboom (trumpets), Gavin Templeton (saxophones), Brian Walsh (clarinets, saxophones), Jake Vossler (guitar), Orest Balaban (bass), Austin Wrinkle (drums). Molly Malones, 575 South Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles | $8

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