MATRIXSYNTH: Ambient Chaos at Spectrum (Brooklyn, New York)

Thursday, December 05, 2019

Ambient Chaos at Spectrum (Brooklyn, New York)

Published on Dec 5, 2019 CatSynth TV

"We visit Spectrum, a home for experimental and adventurous music in Brooklyn, for the November edition of Ambient Chaos.

Portions of video by Jewel Chaudhary.

Ambient Chaos Returns with four very special acts and Sofy Yuditskaya on live video!

1) Public Speaking/Gabriel Zucker Duo

Brooklyn's Public Speaking is the soulful noise project of sound artist and songwriter Jason Anthony Harris. Live, he uses voice, found objects, radio, synth, and tape recorder, poring over pedals to loop, warp and augment these sources.

Gabriel Zucker is a pianist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist from New York, whose work combines maximalist compositions with the progressive improvisation of New York’s creative music scene. His music has received two ASCAP composition awards, and has been praised in Downbeat (4.5 stars), All About Jazz (4.5 stars), Stereogum, Jazzwise, and the New York City Jazz Record. A Yale graduate and Rhodes Scholar, Zucker has performed throughout New York at such venues as Carnegie Hall, The Stone, Roulette, and the Jazz Gallery, as well as in 22 countries around the world.

2) The Tony Curtis Experience

The Tony Curtis Experience is
Damien Olsen's approach to Lounge and Exotica from the old school tradition of electronic music.

Influenced by the music of Let's Baxter, John Barry and 60s and 70's TV shows, elaborating a romantic and intricate sonic poem,.
Joined by the talents of Neb Ula the Velvet Queen on Theremin and Jeremy Slater on various electronics.

3) Amanda Chaudhary

4) 4 Airports

4 Airports is a collaboration between guitarist Craig Chin and synthesist Nathan Yeager. Together they create improvised electronic soundscapes, exploring weird sonic terrain and deep ambient textures."

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