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[Free Music Friday: Man Forever Live on WFMU]

DOWNLOAD: Man Forever, “Surface Patterns” Live on WFMU’s ‘The Long Rally’ (5/11/12)

Man Forever mastermind Kid Million began his trek through the upstate region last night with a performance at Toronto‘s NXNWyrd fest. Tonight he will play in Buffalo before then heading on to Rochester (6/18), Binghamton(6/20), and Hudson (6/24). Check out this download via the Free Music Archive to get a taste of what’s in store.

And check out Man Forever’s new album Pansophical Cataract out on Thrill Jockey.

From the Free Music Archive website: 

Drummer/composer Kid Millions (Oneida) stops by WFMU with Man Forever, his rotating, outer-limits drum project, exploring the phasing and overtones of repetitive patterns, drum rolls and layers of percussive pounding.This set’s version of Man Forever will include Brian Chase (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and the addition of a guitar and Farfisa player.

[Visually Sound Sunday: Being Man Forever]

Man Forever, the solo project of Oneida drummer John Colpitts aka Kid Million, will stage a performance in Buffalo this Friday at the Polish Library.

This will not be a run-of-the-mill show, but rather a sound experience achieved through a collaborative drum performance.  Check the video of Colpitts explaining the concept and giving a run down of what to expect.

Also performing Friday night are Bone Vapor, Bear Flames and All of them Witches.  


From Vimeo site:

Being Man Forever video

Man Forever will feature an ever-changing cast of collaborating musicians on tour. The “Being Man Forever” video is intended to familiarize them with the performance. The video was directed by Matt Marlin, a frequent Man Forever guest player and a member of the band Pterodactyl, and features Kid Millions, James McNew (Yo La Tengo), Shahin Motia (Ex Models, Oneida), Richard Hoffman (Sightings), Sarah Richardson and Valerie Uher (Creeping Nobodies).

Collaborators on tour will include members of Besnard Lakes, DD/MM/YY, Tortoise, Brokeback, Turn to Crime, White Gregg, Pelt, Cave, Terminal Lovers, Scarcity of Tanks, The Apes, and many more TBD. 

Man Forever recently released Pansophical Catarac via Thrill Jockey.