Performers – E

Performers listed alphabetically by first name.


Ed Brandon

Beatbox driven improvisational looping, intuitive melodies, absurdelectualist sound sculpturing (Tewksbury MA) Facebook

EJ Hampson

EJ is an education specialist (ESL, Literacy, Theater) and a member of LTE since about 1996; she brings a unique toolbox of movement/dance, child psychology, multi-ethnic interaction and theatrical humor & expertise to every performing/recording enterprise. She has conducted a unique summer school workshop for Indonesian high school students, guiding them on writing and performing original versions of Romeo & Juliet and The Tempest. (Machias ME) Facebook

Elizabeth Karp/Psychedelic Snakeskin/Riprap

I share atmospheric-dream-stories from the outer edges with tapes, echo, instruments, field recordings, and song to bring you sound-collage-music. (Jackson NY) Bandcamp; psychsnakeskin @gmail

Ellwood Epps

Born in Toronto in 1976, trumpeter Ellwood Epps leads Togetherness!, a quintet which plays music from South Africa and beyond. In addition to playing often with Montrealers  Josh Zubot (Land of Marigold), Michel F Côté and Alexandre St-Onge (Pink Saliva), Nicolas Caloia (Ratchet Orchestra), Yves Charuest, John Heward (Murray Street Band), Lori Freedman, and Jean Derome, Epps has made music with Steve Lacy, William Parker, John Butcher, Henry Grimes, Axel Dörner, and Marshall Allen. He is co-founder and artistic director of l’Envers and co-founder of the Mardi Spaghetti series; in all he has presented upwards of 1000 concerts. He has also worked as codirector of the Festival of New Trumpet Music Canada. (Montreal QC)

Em Kaldenbaugh

She works in a library, writes and performs electronic music, writes poems, Em Kaldenbaugh is a guitarist, producer and librarian living in Philadelphia, PA. She currently makes solo noise, is working on a soundtrack to an animated horror movie and plays in a punk band, Total Whine. She is interested in form, collaboration, dissonance and liminality. (Philadelphia PA)

Emilie Mouchous

Émilie Mouchous is a French, Montreal-based sound artist who makes her own electronic instruments. Her sonic and spatial exploratory activities are characterized by the creation of mini autonomous systems and take multiple forms: radio programs, series of electronic objects, collaborative free improvisation, web art, radio transmission installations. She is interested in shared sound spaces, and likes to bring concrete sounds, movement, touch, voice and electronic sources together in a lively manner. Her works have been presented in contexts such as the BENT Festival NY, Deep Wireless (NAISA, Toronto), AKOUSMA, Suoni per il popolo, MUTEK (Montreal), Kunstradio (Vienna), Caravansérail (Rimouski), Radio LX festival de arte radio (Lisbon), the Radia European Network, Free Music Archive and Radius (Chicago). (Montreal QC)

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Emmanuel Lalande

Depending on his mood, plays as part of the experimental music scene. He played electronics with Nozal Cube; then, as a soloist, switched to electric guitar and electric organ. Always on the lookout for collaborative projects, he is director of PiedNu, which invites experimental projects to Le Havre France. (Le Havre FR)


Eric Baylies

4 moogs, a Theremin looped caterwauling like Psychic TV controlled bleeding Kraftwerk. (New Bedford MA)


Eric Dahlman

Eric Dahlman has a long and varied musical history having performed with the late great free jazz icon Hal Russell and his NRG Ensemble, The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, The Travis Chandler Philharmonic, Auddity, The Calypso Invaders, Little Mystery, and others. He has also appeared on Fugazi drummer Brendan Canty’s Discovery Channel soundtrack “Bridges.” He has performed on the new Trident Trumpet (a three bell, six valve trumpet built by band mate Erik Nugent) in 2006 at the Edgetone Records Experimental Instrument Festival in Oakland, CA, with electronic percussion pioneer E Doctor Smith, and in the fall of that year at Boston’s International Festival of Performance Art with trombone wizard Tom Plsek and sound artist Jed Speare. He also appears on “Trumpet Madness”, the Aardvark Jazz Orchestra CD on Leo Records. (Medford MA) Soundcloud;

Eric Sack

Video. (Lowell MA) Facebook

Eric Weidenhof

Eric Weidenhof is a cellist, multi instrumentalist, composer and improviser who has been writing, recording and performing music in the Pittsburgh area since 2013. Eric’s music works to unify composition with improvisation, pop music with deep listening and is inspired by collaborating with dancers and other multimedia artists. He only began performing as an improviser 4 years ago although he has been improvising as far back as he can remember. He initially gravitated towards the instrument because of its warmth and similarity to the range of the human voice. Eric stretches the already extremely wide sonic range of the instrument utilizing extended techniques, altered tunings, an ear piercing range of harmonics and effects and loop pedals. He is currently most active in the found sound/cello duo, Sneeze Awfull and his self titled cello project. He has 2 LPs worth of composed solo music to be released in 2020. (Pittsburgh PA) Bandcamp; Soundcloud

Erich Haygun

As a nationally touring writer/performer, Haygun has realized several books and albums through both The Cantab Lounge poetry community and The Whitehaus Family Record. When not performing, Haygun is freelance audio-visual workhorse specializing in live events, as well as a volunteer community outreach speaker against sexual violence specializing in workshop facilitation for adolescent audiences. More than simply “day” jobs, these experiences directly inform his intense, intuitive style of engaging crowds. (Boston MA)

Erika Nesse

Nesse is a poet of sonic fractals, of not just splintering sound into little piece but having those piece play out in patterns, systems, and processes, all of which entice the ear’s imagination. (Somerville MA), Bandcamp, Soundcloud

Esther Neff

Neff is a performer, theorist and researcher whose texts have appeared in journals, handbooks, and essay collections. They/she is/are the co-founder of MARSH (Materializing & Activating Radical Social Habitus) in St. Louis, organizer of PERFORMANCY FORUM, and instigator of Brooklyn International Performance Art Foundation. Neff has also worked as a member of Feminist Art Group (FAG), Social Health Performance Club, and No Wave Performance Task Force (among other extant and extinct collectives). Frequent collaborators include composer/digital artist Brian McCorkle (2004-2017 as co-director of PPL), Kaia Gilje (since 2014), Leili Huzaibah (since 2013), Maria Hupfield, Anja Ibsch, IV Castellanos, mother Beth Neff (since birth), and many others. (Brooklyn NY),,

Esther Splett/Rehtse Ttelps

Esther Splett is a multidisciplinary artist and writer living in Montreal, Canada. She studied Intermedia in Studio Arts at Concordia University, and currently plays in the band Sacral Nerves and co-hosts the Audio Smut radio show at CKUT. (Montreal QC)

Ethan Costello

Guitar. (Somerville MA) Bandcamp

Eunhye Jeong

I play piano, keyboard, jang-gu and sing pansori voice. I compose or/and improvise through those musical instruments and also with a pen on paper.


Nighttime is the haunting and ethereal folk of Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist Eva Louise Goodman. Layers of guitar, violin, ambient noise, and voice weave through opulent psychedelia and dreamy ambient pop to conjure a folk music of the subconscious world. (Brooklyn NY)

Evan Lipson

Evan Lipson (b. 1981) has operated as a musician since adolescence—intuitively seeking the liminal realms in which intellect and instinct, history and myth, and creative and destructive force intersect. Drawn towards aberrant perspectives at an early age, his formative experiences were primarily rooted in extreme and often discordant forms of rock, metal, free improvisation, modernist composition, jazz, oddball pop, soundtracks, noise, and electronic music. (Brooklyn NY)