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Saturday, April 19th 2008 - 8pm

- the Coup d’etat music series -

Myo (Baltimore)
Jay Sullivan
Ernst Karel

Myo
Myo is Cory O’Brien, an improviser who works with digitally processed voice and objects. Described by Vital Weekly as “louder, dirtier, gritty and angular, but still with ingredients of microsound.” Collaborations include Kenneth Yates (of Harm Stryker, Insects with Tits), video artist Metaphreaq, and visual artist Jesse Hartgraves (as Clouds-Out). He currently lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland.
myosound.com


Jay Sullivan
"Turntablist Jay Sullivan has been a mainstay of the New England noise and experimental music scene for the past five years or so. Working with distressed vinyl, vintage record players, and a variety of electronic ephemera, he creates his richly crackling music out of dense fields of hiss and hum. In addition to his solo work, he has a longstanding duo project with cassette tape maestro, Howard Stelzer, called Skeletons Out and a newer trio called Ouest with Stelzer and sound artist Brendan Murray."


Ernst Karel
Ernst Karel works with analog electronics and with location recordings, sometimes separately, sometimes in combination, to create audio pieces that move between the abstract and the documentary. Karel’s work in audio also takes or has taken the forms of electroacoustic improvisation and composition, fieldwork-based academic research in the anthropology of sound, recording and mixing for public radio and for nonfiction film and video, klezmer and Balkan brass band trumpet playing, CD mastering, and solo and collaborative sound installations, among others.

ek.klingt.org
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