Satan’s Black Acid, Most Serene Congress, June 4, 8 PM, Green Kill Sessions
"Satan's Black Acid" and "Most Serene Congres" will perform on Sunday, June 4, 8 PM at Green Kill Sessions.
“Satan's Black Acid,” a Noise/Drone/Metal/Psych Group located in the Catskills, New York , and “Most Serene Congress,” a wide-ranging improvisational, sonically meandering, trio / digital recording project based in the Hudson Valley, will perform on Sunday, June 4, 8 PM at Green Kill Sessions. Below you can read about them.
This event is a livestream production open to a live audience of 30. The livestream is broadcast on the YouTube Channel. 10 dollars for live audience tickts. 5 dollars for livestream tickets. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/satans-black-acid-most-serene-congress-june-4-8-pm-green-kill-sessions-tickets-641617664707
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Live audience Ticket
People who wish to attend a performance reserve a Live Audience Ticket to attend the livestream event. Live audience ticket holders will also receive a link to watch on Youtube after the event. Live audience ticket holders will not be admitted to Green Kill after the livestream begins!
Livestream ticket holders receive a link to watch the event in real time on their own device. In addition, the link allows livestream ticket holders to watch on YouTube following the event.
Satan’s Black Acid
Satan’s Black Acid is a Noise/Drone/Metal/Psych Group located in the Catskills, New York. The group was started in 2015 in a small apartment in Lefferts Garden, Brooklyn, NY by visual artist Will Staples and poet Cole Heinowitz, who goes by the nom de plume Cole Flowers when creating havoc. They have preformed at the Green Kill, the Widow Jane Mine and live on WGXC radio’s program Poet Radyo. They released their debut 7” single in early 2020 and are currently working on a new single coming out in the summer of 2023. For the last two and a half years Satan’s Black Acid have been underground waiting to rise again.
Most Serene Congress
Most Serene Congress is a wide-ranging improvisational, sonically meandering, trio / digital recording project based in the Hudson Valley. As reflected on recent albums (https://mostserenecongress.bandcamp.com/), the group’s members—Chris Funkhouser, David Hirmes, and Leonard Nevarez—cultivate drones and melodies through ambient synth-based music and atmospheric poetry.
Scott Kent, Sound Engineer
Scott Kent originally came to Woodstock in 1988 to work for Bearsville Studios. He taught guitar at Abrams Music and the Kingston Conservatory of Music before moving to San Diego in 1993. He taught Band and Orchestra for San Diego Unified School District for 18 years and returned to Mt. Tremper in 2016. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music and a Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from San Diego State University.