Lost Civilizations experimental music project, Utenzil and Australis in DC, February 16

On February 16, the Lost Civilizations experimental music project, Utenzil and Australis will appear at Adams Morgan’s Black Squirrel. The performance is part of Anders Thueson‘s Indie Adams Morgan series (http://www.indieadamsmorgan.com/).
The Black Squirrel (http://www.blacksquirreldc.com/) is located at 2427 18th Street NW Washington, D.C. 20009 (202) 232-1011. The event starts at 8 pm.


Australis (https://www.facebook.com/australisband) is an alternative rock based musical partnership based in Washington, DC and founded by brothers, Andrés and Felipe Gallego. Growing up with a shared passion and dedication to music, underlined by a sibling competitiveness that pushes each other’s creative limits, Andrés and Felipe have come up with a sound that blends a plethora of influences (including folk, jazz, latin, classical, and pop) into a style of music that is both radio-friendly and layered in its composition that even seasoned musicians will be engaged, inspired, and entertained.

The Lost Civilizations experimental music project:

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), Nate Scheible (percussion) and Emily Chimiak (violin).


Utenzil (http://www.utenzil.com/) is the solo project of Michael Mc Morris, which brings together fitful decades of musical experience/experiments plus software, laptops, mixer and instruments which include various controllers, a DIY double neck midi guitar, live guitar and voice.