Lampo Offering 6 Hours of Rare Electroacoustic Music

Source: Lampo. Chicago-based experimental music organization Lampo is celebrating its 20th anniversary with 6 hours of rare, unique material. All you have to do is join as a member. Depending on your level of membership you get to download a certain number of tracks from the following selection:

Tomomi Adachi & Jennifer Walshe Improvisation (2016) 11:59
Oren Ambarchi DMZ Amulet (2014) 13:08
Thomas Ankersmit 11 minutes at Säule (2018) 10:55
John Bischoff Visibility Study (2015) 10:38
Olivia Block Projectionists (2015) 04:51
Leila Bordreuil La Brute (2017) 04:38
Alessandro Bosetti Plane/Talea #38 for Lampo (2018) 09:03
Joe Colley EgoMix (2005) 31:13
Nicolas Collins !trumpet (2017) 08:01
Charles Curtis From The Painter Sam Francis: Berlin Red (2008) 06:38
Sarah Davachi gathers (2018) 06:56
Kevin Drumm Outertime (2018) 07:08
Leif Elggren Before Birth — After Death (2018) 10:05
EVOL This Snowball (2018) 13:27
Mark Fell Untitled for Lampo (2018) 04:38
Jean-Luc Guionnet Clinamente (2010) 43:49
Will Guthrie SCHNEEGS (2018) 09:47
Steve Hauschildt Via media (2018) 05:36
CM von Hausswolff Khufu Cairo 2010 (2012) 28:13
Hong Chulki Ear to Mouth (2018) 07:45
Stine Janvin Live at GRM (2018) 04:41
Jacob Kirkegaard Refraction (2018) 07:46
Ulrich Krieger Solar Flares (Cosmos #2) (2016) 04:45
Okkyung Lee The Dark Pull (2018) 09:03
Jason Lescalleet The Exception of Rhythm is Destroyed (2018) 19:19
Alan Licht Feyzin (2018) 02:51
Fred Lonberg-Holm Pause Button Studies 1-3 (c.1983-1985) 00:42, 00:24, 00:53
Lionel Marchetti Experimental Recording (a walk in the forest) (2010 & 2018) 20:58
Lasse Marhaug Untitled (2016) 15:13
Jérôme Noetinger JN (take 2) (2017) 12:00
Anthony Pateras & Valerio Tricoli … and that is the difference between you and John Cassavetes (2018) 02:11
Marcus Schmickler Untitled for Lampo (2018) 09:45
Kasper T. Toeplitz FLUX-Reflets (2018) 30:27
Valerio Tricoli La Rustica Astronomica (2018) 07:29
Edwin van der Heide R (2018) 02:22
Ben Vida Reducing the Tempo to Zero (Excerpt for Lampo) (2018) 07:46
Jeff Witscher Ah (2016) 01:58
C. Spencer Yeh Through Some Jerk’s Garden (2018) 07:00

Seattle Scene: June 23 – July 7, 2018

From Seattle’s Wayward Music Series:

WAYWARD MUSIC SERIES

Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center

4th Floor, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle 98103 (corner N 50th St. in Wallingford)

Every month, Nonsequitur and a community of like-minded presenters and artists offer ten concerts of adventurous music in an informal yet respectful all-ages setting: contemporary classical, free improvisation, the outer limits of jazz, electronic music, microtonal/new instruments, sound art, and other extraordinary sonic experiences.

Anna Friz + Afroditi Psarra
Sat. June 23, 8 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

Anna Friz explores the expressive environment of low fidelity signal and physical landscapes, from interference-prone terrestrial radio beacons to sonic distillations of field recordings using radiophonic instruments and transmitters and cottage-built electronics, voice, and monochrome photo montage from recent fieldwork in northeastern Iceland and northern Chile. Afroditi Psarra works at the intersection of electronic textiles and physical computing with sound art.

CARL/Scrambler/Macaw/Neil Welch
Fri. July 6, 8:00 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

CARL is a baritone sax/drums duo from Houston (Danny Kamins and Andrew Durham) merging free jazz and doom metal. Scrambler is a large improvising ensemble conducted by Christian Pincock using the Sound Painting vocabulary of Walter Thompson. Macaw is the Beefheartian guitar/drums skronk of Jeb Polstein and Tom Scully. Neil Welch plays improvised saxophone and electronics.

THU. 7/5 – Earshot Jazz presents Jazz: the Second Century, artists TBA

FRI. 7/6 – CARL is the Houston-based duo of saxophonist Danny Kamins and drummer Andrew Durham + other artists TBA

SAT. 7/7 – guitarist Dennis Rea’s annual Tanabata birthday concert

DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET Photos

Source: DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET.

June 17, 2018
Jaimie Branch & Nate Wooley, JACK
Jaimie Branch Nate Wooley

June 10, 2018
Carlo Costa, Jonathan Moritz, Sean Ali, Downtown Music Gallery
Sean Ali Carlo Costa Jonathan Moritz

June 10, 2018
Carlo Costa, Christian Meaas Svendsen, Nathaniel Morgan, Sam Kulik, Downtown Music Gallery
Carlo Costa Sam Kulik Nathaniel Morgan Christian Meaas Svendsen

5049 Records Episode 165 – Patrick Holmes 

Source: 5049 Records.

Patrick Holmes. There are few people in the world of New York music and night life whom I adore as much as Patrick Holmes. Originally from Austin, TX he (like me) started on electric bass as a teenager, switching over to the clarinet at age 24. He’s been in New York for the past twenty years, working diligently to refine a voice and approach to the clarinet that is uniquely his own. He has studied with Connie Crothers and Sabir Mateen and he has performed with Ryan Sawyer, Daniel Carter, Masami Tomihisa, Axel Dörner and many many more. Whether it’s about clarinets, jazz, booze, food, metal or just plain shit, Patrick is one of my favorite people to talk to and I’m really happy that this conversation finally happened for the podcast.