Upcoming show in LA

Upcoming show in LA

An Evening of New Music by the Seaside
At the Venice Beach home of Renee Petropuolos and Roger White
Saturday December 7th, 2013 at 7PM
Featuring solo works by Steve Roden, Robert Millis and the trio of Gregory Lenczycki, Jorge Martin and Nicholas Vincent Sky Walsh.

Please RSVP to gregorylenczycki@gmail.com for the address

Details on the performers:

Steve Roden is a visual and sound artist from Los Angeles living in Pasadena. His work includes painting, drawing, sculpture, film/video, sound installation, text and performance.
http://www.inbetweennoise.com

Robert Millis (Climax Golden Twins, rmillis) has a new LP out entitled “relief” and recently returned from a 9 month trip to India where, as a Fulbright research scholar, he studied Indian music, sound art and the early recording industry. For this performance he will be working with the resonances and dissonances of overlapping tanpura drones alongside abstracted field recordings.
robertmillis.net
http://boomkat.com/vinyl/848500-rmillis-relief
indiantalkingmachine.tumblr.com

Gregory Lenczycki is a Los Angeles based composer and performer. His work explores the architecture of sound and the rhythms of space through both electronic and acoustic means. Recent performances include the commissioned requiem entitled You Are Not Alone, the opera Brainchild II, the song cycle Mont Blanc based upon Shelley’s poem of the same name and video and sound work now on display at the Centre for Living Arts in Mobile AL.
http://gregorylenczycki.bandcamp.com

Jorge Martin, part research scientist at Cedars-Sinai, part musician, is one-half of the duo Spastic Colon. His sounds originate from sine waves, pulses, feedback, and from people with whom he collaborates. Returning to his classically-trained musical beginnings, Jorge is intently focused upon the continued mastery of his clarinet.
http://www.spasticcolon.org

Nicholas Walsh is an artist and musician currently residing in Jamaica. A recipient of degrees from Bowdoin College and San Francisco Art Institute, he has been on the outer fringes of the American noise-rock scene for quite a while. He is a prolific home-recorder of self-composed music, and examples of his work may be found at: https://soundcloud.com/search?q=powerprocess

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~ by Robert Millis on 2013.