Previous events

Nov3

PAK

Centre Culturel Libertaire (CCL), 4, rue de Colmar, Lille

PAK is back! After playing bass in PAK for many years Ron Anderson is back on guitar with a more powerful heavier sound. New members Steve Blanco (Imperial Triumphant) on bass and Larry Kwartowitz (Cleric) on drums are stretching the bands previous boundaries pushing PAK to new sonic directions. PAK "Bestial" 53 minutes of new musichttps://ronanderson.bandcamp.com/album/bestial https://ronanderson.bandcamp.comwww.ronanderson-molecules.com

Aug18

The Alien Planetscapes Tribute Festival

Caffeine Underground, 447 Central Ave, Brooklyn, NY

This is a concert in memory of our departed friend Doug Walker and his project Alien Planetscapes.  List of confirmed musicians: DRUMS / PERCUSSION: Matt Block, Mark McClemensBASS: Mark McClemens, Philip Howell GUITAR:Ron Anderson, John Potenza, Kevin MapplebeckSYNTHESIZER: Matt Block, Ricardo D’Orlando

$5

Aug11

Pas Musique presents: Ambient Chaos August Edition

Spectrum, 70 Flushing Avenue Garage A, Brooklyn, NY

Pas Musique presents: Ambient Chaos August Edition These are early shows. START TIME 7:30 PM SHARP-END TIME 10 PM. Jim Tuite - Live Video All Eveninghttps://vimeo.com/tumeitejas1) Sarah Bernsteinhttps://youtu.be/DLSXTOcgdy0SARAH BERNSTEIN is a New York-based composer and violinist whose work incorporates vocals, electronics, improvisation and original text. She is known for her fiery multidisciplinary performances, and has garnered international acclaim for her distinctive recordings. She leads the avant-jazz Sarah Bernstein Quartet, improvising strings Frikativ Quartet, and synth-pop trio Day So Far. Her minimalist/poetry duo Unearthish celebrates the release of their second album: Crazy Lights Shining (Phase Frame). Recent release Kid Millions & Sarah Bernstein Tense Life (577 Records) juxtaposes her heavily processed violin and voice with explosive drums. Nominated "Rising Star" in the DownBeat Critics Poll for the past four years, Bernstein is a recognized innovator in forward-thinking jazz. Her poetry has been published by Red Ceilings Press and Sensitive Skin Magazine. She is originally from San Francisco, CA. http://sarahbernstein.com2) Robert L. Pepper/Ron Anderson (Duo)Robert L. Pepper , is a Brooklyn born artist/musician, based in New York City. His works include oil, and acrylic paintings, films, and experimental music recordings. His work is abstract in nature while using various symbols and occult references. His portraits are a breakdown of the subject’s personality into abstract designs and esoteric symbols. His musical projects include Pas Musique, The Jazzfakers, Eyryx, and Limax Maximus. Robert has performed and displayed art in over 18 countries.www.robertlpepper.net  www.pasmusique.netRon Anderson is a guitarist, composer and improviser who plays traditional instruments like electric guitar but also anything that can make a sound, including a recording studio. He appears on over 70 releases and he has performed in over 20 different countries with multiple tours of North America, Europe and Japan. https://www.ronanderson-molecules.com 3) Zilmrahhttps://www.facebook.com/lawry.zilmrah4) Duet For Theremin and Lapsteelhttp://duetonline.netDuet for Theremin and Lap Steel is an improvising duo from Atlanta Georgia. They have performedextensively nationally and internationally for the past 10 years. The sound is experimental by nature, buteasy on the ears, and has been compared to the likes of Brian Eno, John Luther Adams, and Cluster.Undulating soundscapes rise and fall, reaching slowly swelling crescendos of sensory overload, drifting in a balance of beauty and tension. Their shared instincts create an invisible structure that transcends more traditional drone music to achieve its own rhythm and tonal logic. The name of this Atlanta duo implies a proper classical recital, a rigid formality. But Scott Burland (theremin) and Frank Schultz (lap steel) don't do scripted, improvising not so much distinct sounds as evolving eddies of sound, vapors of tones that develop and transform gracefully. Hypnotic pulses and dreamy drones weave together to form a kaleidoscope of sounds and moods, ambient clouds and swooning collages that are as much about texture as they are timbre, like a long-lost soundtrack to a deep-sea documentary.  

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