Ain Soph Aur will be celebrating its 2nd anniversary with a performance, hosted by the Long Beach Musicians’ League, at The Puka Bar on Monday, January 4th, 2010. The performance will start at 8 PM and run for two hours. We will be joined on stage by a number of artists, some who have performed with us in the past, and some who will be performing with us for the first time.
Guest artists include David Witham, David Bunoan, Christie Scott, Kirk Pickler, Jeremy Morelock, and Mike Weber.
The Puka Bar
710 West Willow Street
Long Beach, CA
There is no cover, and this is a 21+ venue.
Here’s the flyer:
David Witham performed with ASA at the Slow Sound Festival. David Bunoan performed with ASA at their 1 year anniversary show, also held at the Puka. Christie Scott performed with ASA at Jawbone Canyon. Jeremy Morelock performed with ASA at the Threads of a Tonal Dream Tapestry show, held at Koos Art Center. Kirk Pickler and Mike Weber will be performing with ASA for the first time.
We’re super excited to be performing at the Slow Sound Festival, which is taking place at multiple venues in Long Beach throughout the month of September.
I made a flyer:
Here’s the official poster (pdf).
In celebration of it’s one year anniversary, The Long Beach Musicians’ League is presenting an evening of experimental music featuring Ain Soph Aur, Between Ravens and Crows, and SMGSAP.
This evening will be a rare opportunity to experience the work of seasoned artists, each with divergent esthetics, yet unified in an intention to venture boldly into unknown sonic terrains.
Ain Soph Aur is an experimental music duo featuring Karloff (Refrigerator Mothers, The Hop Frog Kollectiv, URCK Records) and Sander Roscoe Wolff (Quiverfish, Blue Dot, Poor Old Joe). They create gently
evolving sonic landscapes using a variety of acoustic, electric, and electronic instruments, found sounds, and effects. ASA will be joined on modular synthesizer by David Bunoan.
Also performing is Between Ravens and Crows. Flail and Thwack, world travelers, bring a balance of creation and destruction to their
performances, smashing home-made instruments, delicately playing Indonesian metalphones, and occasionally causing harm to themselves and others.
SMGSAP is Shea M Gauer and Scott A Peterson. They’ve been using a variety of sources to explore sound and context for nearly 10 years.
I look forward to seeing you there!
We are proud to present an evening of spectacular music.
Ain Soph Aur presents:
Threads of a Tonal Dream Tapestry
The Microtonal Compositions of Lou Harrison
Performed by John Schneider
Khmer Classical Music
Performed by Master Ho Chan’s
Pin Peat Ensemble
Performed by Ain Soph Aur
Saturday July 5th, at 8 PM
Koos Art Center
530 E Broadway
Long Beach, CA
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