Performers listed alphabetically by first name.
Apis malfiore is an outlet for the manifold anxieties of the world today. Heavy drones and shimmering harmony facilitate an inward turn, guiding thoughts towards and through bleak and harsh truths. Concordant dissonance abounds as right and wrong notes layer and coalesce into an ever-changing temple of sound that is gradually built, disassembled, and dismissed, hopefully carrying some negativities, my own and those offered by listeners, with it into a silence somehow larger than the one preceding it. Bridging harsh and ambient, Deep Listeners will be rewarded. (Portland ME) Bandcamp; Youtube
Sasha Wolfe is a Providence-based performer who studied dance at The New School. Her work uses somatic and environmental information to generate improvised movement, solo and in collaboration with writers and musicians. She has performed at the Vanishing Performance Festival in New Orleans, and two consecutive years at the Providence Fringe Festival, as well as various other DIY shows in Providence, Boston, and New York. Fringearts article
Drums and toy piano (Ralph Eats Dynamite, Loup Garou). (Lowell MA)
Simon Hanes is a California born, Brooklyn-based composer, performer and arranger, or “compformanger” for short. His work revolves around bridging his main influences; soundtrack music from 1960s/70s Italian films, contemporary classical music, and non-idiomatic improvisation. (Brooklyn NY) pioneerworks.org/residency/simon-hanes/
+DOG+ formed in 1990 in osaka japan and then was based in MAfrom 93-97, CA from 98-2016, and back in MA since 2016. +DOG+ is an experimental noise band and has released 50 albums since 1990. +DOG+ also runs love earth music and likes to make noises here & there. (Sudbury MA) loveearthmusic.com; Bandcamp
Sue currently runs The Horse Improvised Music Club with Adam Bohman, Hutch Demouilpied and Adrian Northover. She has performed with Adam Bohman, Eddie Prevost, Hutch Demouilpied, Richard Sanderson, Steve Noble, Crystabel Riley, Caroline Kraabel, Sharon Gal and John Edwards. She has performed as part of Tarek Atoui’s ‘Reverse Collection’ at The Tate Modernm and in 2016 she formed Paradise Yard – an electro acoustic ensemble performing at Iklectik, Café Oto and The ICA. In 2018, she performed at 3 Klange Tag Festival, Switzerland with Hildegard Kleeb, at Womad BBC Stage and Guess Who Festival Utrect, with the Scorpios. a psychedelic Sudanese band, and in 2019 with solo saxophone at Le Pied Nu Festival, France. (London UK) suelynch.wordpress.com