On January 3, the Lost Civilizations experimental music project (http://lost-civilizations.tumblr.com/) shares the bill with Dubpixel (http://www.dubpixel.com/) on the stage of Washington DC’s iconic Velvet Lounge, located at 915 U Street in the historic U Street Corridor (http://www.velvetloungedc.com/; http://goo.gl/maps/Ag0ct). ”Doors” are at 9:00 pm; music starts at 9:30; details: http://jan-3-lost-civilizations.tumblr.com/; https://www.facebook.com/events/1431633980401410.
Dubpixel (http://www.dubpixel.com/) (a.k.a. Doug Kallmeyer) is a composer, musician, multi-media artist and sound engineer. Bass and the art of approaching the mixing console as an instrument has led to ongoing collaborative work with many independent and industry musicians, engineers, and visual artists.
Currently residing in The Washington dc metro area , Kallmeyer has been touring internationally for over a decade, providing music for independent film as well as commercial release. Listen to what’s on tap: http://www.dubpixel.com/audio.html; see the visual feast that awaits, courtesy of video artists Monica Stroik and Robin Bell: http://www.dubpixel.com/video.html. No better mindfloss for clearing away your NYE cobwebs!
The Lost Civilizations experimental music project (http://lost-civilizations.tumblr.com/; http://goo.gl/WfSs5) is a collaboration between Mike Sebastian (tenor sax, saxello and bass clarinet) and T. A. Zook (basscello and misc. instruments). Although essentially a duo, when schedules permit, it is joined by Jerry Busher (drums); Amanda Huron (percussion); Doug Kallmeyer (bass and electronics) and Emily Chimiak (violin).