Source: Wayward Music Series.
Jason Kahn & Alan F. Jones
Thu. June 2, 8 PM; $8 – $20 donation at door
Jason Kahn (Zürich) and Alan F. Jones (Tracyton, WA) will perform in support of Jason’s ongoing US tour, with two solo sets each and one duo set for an evening of dynamic modular synthesis and prepared pedal steel guitar.
NonSeq: sous chef + friends
Fri. June 3, 8 PM; $5 – $20 donation at door
sous chef (Antoine Martel) blends modular synths, classical & film-inspired pianos, strings, and horns with experimental sounds & concrète-style sampling. beanieskimask (Victory Nguyen) and Derek Blackstone will enter a boundless sonic playground under the supervision of the Great Creator, guided by Intuition, and entrusted to spontaneous Creation. Curated by Carlos Snaider for Nonsequitur’s NonSeq series.
Jeff Greinke & Rob Angus
Sat. June 4, 8 PM; $5 – 15 donation at the door
Deeply informed by his time living in the desert outside of Tucson, ex-Seattle ambient pioneer Jeff Greinke returns for a solo set of electronic and sample-based music with projections of his new video work. He’ll also play a short duo set with longtime friend and collaborator Rob Angus, who opens with a solo set of his own.
Seattle-Isfahan Project: 33
Sat. June 11, 8 PM; $5 – $20 advance/at door
The Seattle-Isfahan Project has commissioned new works by three Iranian composers living outside of Iran (Anahita Abbasi, Farziah Fallah, Parisa Sabet) and three Seattle composers (Jeff Bowen, Huck Hodge, Yigit Kolat) to draw attention to the the drought in Iran that is affecting the Zayandeh-Roud river in the city of Isfahan.