Sue Ann Harkey11/17/14
A unique and beautiful sound from this artist. Sue Ann Harkey (guitars and vocals), Tari Nelson-Zagar (violin), Angelina Baldoz (trumpet, voice and bass) and Steve Peters (field recordings).
Solo electronics by this Portland perma-flow blade runner of I-5.
This music collective presents a fascinating hour of improvisation. Session includes Jared Borkowski (guitar), David Balatero (cello), Andrew Swanson (keys, sax and EWI), Rob Hanlon (EWI) and Naomi Siegel (trombone).
Frame-shattering tonal and textural reconstructions from this Portland quintet. Reed Wallsmith (alto sax), Sly Pig (tenor sax), Rebecca Sanborn (keyboards), Keith Brush (bass) and Ji Tanzer (drums).
Leviathan Worship Service
L.W.S. is an organization who believes in total freedom of sound. Mack Fisher (laptop and field recordings), Justin James Taylor (keys), Brad Rouda (theremin and guitars) and Mark Ostrowski (drums).
This return to Sonarchy brings a mix of gospel, dance, psychedelic soul and time-stretched video game soundtracks. Music made in the moment. Noel Brass Jr. (keys), Andy Sells (drums) and Carlos Tulloss (bass) with guest Bill Horist (guitar).
This pianist asks what a Bach masterpiece would sound like played backwards and then does it. Inside the music time travels backwards.
Jason Parker Quartet
Jazz with a Pacific Northwest feel. Featuring Jason (trumpet), Josh Rawlings (piano), Evan Flory-Barnes (bass), D'Vonne Lewis (drums) and guest player Cynthia Mullis (tenor sax).
Hardware synth performance by DJ Chloe Harris.
John Seman's Lil Coop Sextet
New compositions from the bassist, John Seman featuring Stephen Fandrich (piano), Mark Ostrowski (drums), Billy Monto (alto and tenor sax), Darian Asplund (tenor sax) and Robby Beasley (trumpet and flugelhorn).
Labyrinth and the Desert
Maximum sound pressure and overtones from Andrew McInnis (Juno 106, Casio MT-68, piano and harmonium) with text by Martin Schilde.
Live at the 700 Club in 1998. Original band plus guests. Soooo very heavy. You must be crushed.
Lightning Kills Eagle
Ambient noise drone manipulations from Justin Figiel in service of the summer night.
Big Crinkly Trio
An ideal trio balance in a jazz music setting. Pete Turner (drums), Doug Lilla (electric bass) and Jim Knodle (trumpet).
The Many Duo
Freely improvised music from Matt Williams (guitar) and Kevin Haag (drums, loops and samples).
Lloyd is a sound artist and founder of and/OAR records. For this show he is primarily working with optical film print soundtracks.
Original folk compositions for jazz quartet. Led by David Milford (violin), Stephen Fandrich (piano), Geoff Harper (bass) and Greg Campbell (drums).
The Luna Moth
After shoegazing, stoner post-rock comes the heavy sister with her drone rock flag flying. Mark Schlipper (guitar), Levi Fuller (bass) and Mark Colovito (drums).
CLEE features 6 members of the Cornish Live Electronics Ensemble in full exploration mode.
Bert Wilson and Rebirth
Bert Wilson and Rebirth first heard in 2004, the late, great Mr. Wilson (saxes) with Nancy Curtis (flutes), Craig Hoyer (piano), Chris Symer (bass) and special guest James Zitro (drums).
- Seattle, WA
113 Dexter Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109