Thursday, October 23, 2008

[HvEXAS] saturday night ASAC event - be there!!

hello ASAC friends!
Hope you can make it out on Saturday night (just a mere two days away!) for our next installment of the monthly ASAC series.  We have one new act to announce, so check out the descriptions below, and as always, let us know if you have any questions.  It's almost the end of October, and we figured somebody's gotta do it, so...
Albany Sonic Arts Collective presents...
A Celebration of Glenn Tipton's Birthday!
HOLLAND HOPSON -  banjo, electronics.  If you've seen Holland play ASAC before, you'll know this isn't to be missed.  A fascinating blend of clawhammer banjo technique with handmade sensor systems and computer processing.
CYRUS GENGRAS -  guitars, vocals, assorted instruments.  Cyrus is a phenomenal multi-instrumentalist who has released solo recordings, and also plays with Antique Brothers, Sleepy Demons,  and other outfits.  He also sits in occasionally as a special guest and third half of Century Plants, providing drums.
AARON PHILLIP TATE - Ithaca's finest!  Aaron will display his mastery of electro-acoustic improvisational styles as performed using electronics with no inputs.  The resulting soundworlds will be uniquely fascinating and compelling.  This will be his first Albany appearance and we're thrilled to be hosting it.
TWILIGHT OF THE CENTURY - a combination of Century Plants (Ray Hare and Eric Hardiman) and Rise Set Twilight (Mike Bullock and Linda Aubry Bullock).  Together, these 4 founding members of ASAC create a staggeringly complex soup of sound, and hey it's the time of year for soup, right?!?  Second live appearance ever, and you can say you were there!
Saturday Oct. 25
doors 7:30, music 8
$5 suggested donation
247 Lark St. Albany
Eric Hardiman
Albany Sonic Arts Collective

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