Tonight at Soundlab, Detroit droners Tarpit and Sick Llama will be coming through as part of their current tour. You can see the rest of the bill HERE, which includes local support from TJ Borden and VWLS, among others. For now, check out some of Tarpit’s sounds above.
The duo will also hit Rochester on Feb. 2. See full tour info HERE.
New Adventures in Sound Art is a non-profit organization based out of Toronto that produces performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of electroacoustic and experimental sound art. Through workshops, lectures, and demonstrations that teach a new perception of sound, New Adventures in Sound Art offers the opportunity to educate artists and audiences both locally and abroad.
‘Vol I: Winter 2013’ is the first compilation to be released by The Upstate Soundscape radio show/blog. It features experimental artists at work exclusively in Upstate NY/Southern Ontario region. The compilation features a mix of previously recorded material, including live recordings, with material that was recorded especially for the comp.
Look for the next comp to come out in the Spring. Artists interested in submitting a track in consideration for future comps should get in touch. And thank you to the artists for contributing their work to this comp.
1) Alfred Brown, The Flowers Open As If to Praise Their Creator (Buffalo)
2) Damian Valles, Old Quarters (Fenelon Falls, ON)
3) SIGHUP, x87 (Toronto)
4) Claymation, Candlelight Eggs (Troy, NY)
5) Thoughts on Air, Glory Skies (Those Eyes) (Hamilton)
6) M. Mucci, Live at MSAC (Nov. 29, 2012) (Guelph)
7) Mandala Channel, Writhing (Buffalo)
8) Leah Rico, Bëacen (Albany)
9) Andris Balins, Its All Through Us (Oneonta, NY)
10) Shape Shifting Shepherds, Stratified Myriad (Jackson/ Charlton)
11) SlowPitch, People for Dolls (Toronto)
12) Chapels, Teeth (Buffalo)
13) Stone Baby, Leap Into the Void (Rochester)
Bonus Track: Needles Numark, In-Studio Soundscape Mix (Buffalo)
Released by: The Upstate Soundscape
Release/catalogue number: UpSS01
Release date: Jan 3, 2013
This week’s [Free Music Friday] comes from one of Buffalo’s stranger exports, frenetic folkie Michael Ersing aka Yes Yes. Ersing will be in town tonight for a homecoming show. On tour with Yes Yes is lofi electronic project Alphabets out of Denver.
Also on the bill are local artists Kristachuwan and Aye Karou. Show takes place at the Hop on Hopkins Street in South Buffalo. Should be an interesting show.
From the Free Music Archive: Third-eye-opening minimalist kraut-rockers CAVE originally formed in Columbia, Missouri. The four piece of Rotten Milk (synthesizer), Cooper Crain (guitars/organ), Dan Browning (bass) and Rex McMurry (drums) found their home in Chicago’s Blue Hawaii’s Shape Shoppe scene, and released the Hunt Like Devil/Jamz 12” through local record store Permanent Records. They’ve since released music onImportant Records and Drag City