BigBigDogDog" (or the other way around), Duo Denum, November 16, 8 PM, Green Kill Sessions
Green Kill Sessions presents BigBigDogDog" (or the other way around), and Duo Denum, on Wednesday, November 16 at 8 PM.
Green Kill Sessions presents BigBigDogDog" (or the other way around), Ky Brooks and Walter Wright, and Duo Denum, Al Margolis and Tom Law on Wednesday, November 16 at 8 PM.
This event will be livestreamed on the Green Kill Sessions YouTube Channel and will be open to a live audience of 30. Tickets are 10 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets:
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This audience is limited to 30.
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KyBrooks and Walter Wright
is a sound engineer, noise musician and scholar. They have been active in the Montréal experimental music scene since 2011 when they co-founded La Plante. They are a PhD student at McGill U, where their research explores embodied knowledge and performativities in audio engineering. Their musical practice as vocalist and instrumentalist is mainly concerned with themes of embeddedness, alienation, gentrification, and the built environment.
is an interdisciplinary artist, his practice includes computer programming, music, and video performance. His focus is on “improvisation as a way of being present in the world.”
Al Margolis and Tom Law
has been working under the musical pseudonym If, Bwana since New Year's Day 1984. The moniker is an acronym for "It's Funny, But We Are Not Amused." He has since earned an international reputation for his experimental noise music.
He is a composer/improviser from Saugerties NY who performs laptop-based electroacoustic music. He also plays viola da gamba, and curates a series of concerts at Opus 40 sculpture park that range from early music to avant pop. A native South Carolinian, he opened the figmental Conundrum Music Hall in West Columbia in 2011, and closed it in 2015.