Nate Wooley Update

Source: Nate Wooley.

First, I’m pleased to have my electronic work, Universes Ring Like Bells, featured at the Rubin Museum in Manhattan as part of their The World Is Sound exhibition, which explores the intersections between contemporary sound practices and Tibetan Buddhist ritual music. The exhibition also features Eliane Radigue, Laetitia Sonami, Hildegard Westerkamp, C. Spencer Yeh, and others and is running now until January 2018. You can read more about it here.

My new band, KNKNIGHGH, featuring Chris Pitsiokos, Brandon Lopez, and Dre Hocevar will be releasing our first recording, KNKNIGHGH (for Aram Saroyan) on Clean Feed Records July 7th and will celebrate the release at the Ljubljana Jazz Festival on July 1st!

And, finally, after a hell of a good time in Victoriaville, Seven Storey Mountain will be on the road again, this time to Berlin and the A’larme Festival! A core of the group, featuring Ryan Sawyer, Chris Corsano, Samara Lubelski, C. Spencer Yeh and myself, will meet up with an amazing cast of European musicians including Liz Allbee, Emilio Gordoa, Steve Heather, Marc Unternahrer, Chris Heenan, Per Texas Johansson, Damir Bacikin, Nathan Plante, Nils Ostendorf, Lina Allemano, Henrik Norstebo, Hilary Jeffrey, Matthias Mueller, and Matthias Muche to do our best to melt Radialsystem V in Berlin on August 2.