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.