FALL SERIES Night 2: “Me and My Shadow” featuring Laura Goldhamer, Jeremy Barnes, Drake Hardin, Johnny Bell

When

10/11/2012    
7:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Where

High Mayhem Emerging Arts Studio
2811 Siler Lane, Santa Fe NM

Event Type

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A night of solo artists featuring: Laura Goldhamer, Jeremy Barnes, Drake Hardin, and Johnny Bell.

Show runs from 7pm-1am.  $10 suggested donation, no one turned away.

Acts below listed in order of appearance:

Johnny Bell

Johnny Bell is proud to be a 4th generation Santa Fean. He is a sound engineer and sound producer. Musically he is best known for his work with the experimental folk ensemble Cloacas. He was also a founding member of the pivotal pirate-punk-bar-grass band Twitching Sushi based out of Homer, Alaska. His solo performances feature loop based music created with banjo, melodica and various electronics. (Photo credit: Kate Russell)

Drake Hardin (Alb)

Drake Hardin is a musician, composer, and sound engineer in Albuquerque, NM.  Recent premiers/openings include “Time Train” (solo guitar in just intonation) for the 2012 John Donald Robb Composers’ Symposium and “English”, a phonological sound installation for ISEA2012. Some projects/collaborations/aliases: Fugitive Tycoon, Kayfabe Quartet, Bigawatt, Death Convention Singers, Mammal Eggs, Kay Fabian and Family, in addition to solo improvised works in various instrumentations/intonations.

Jeremy Barnes (Alb)

Extrema-dura is Jeremy Barnes, of A Hawk and a Hacksaw. He plays  the Persian santur, an instrument of antiquity, which through the ages has travelled all around the Middle East, Mediteranean, and South Eastern Europe.

Laura Goldhamer (Denver)

Laura Goldhamer, a folk songwriter, guitarist, old-time banjo player, stop-motion animator, and inventor, draws from a variety of purely American traditions; however, Laura’s ability to merge traditional Americana with the avant-garde, mixing inventive homemade technology with earnest folk, is particularly noteworthy.  During performances, she projects her intricately composed stop-animation films (which she has created to illustrate her song lyrics).  These visuals are synced with live music delivery, as well as with an installation of her self-conceived and self-constructed speaker/drum/doorbell machine, affectionately named “The Roboctopus”, an eight-channel robotic percussive ensemble with speakers in drums, and doorbells, both on music stands and rigged up to hit cymbals.  www.lauragoldhamer.com

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