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Mixology Festival 2018: Circuit Breakers: Jantar // Gaiamamoo

02/16/18 | 8:00 PM

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16-02-2018 12:00:00 16-02-2018 12:00:00 America/New_York Mixology Festival 2018: Circuit Breakers: Jantar // Gaiamamoo | 8:00 PM GAIAMAMOO Shogo Haraguchi – Fretless Bass, Pedals, iPad Mehata Sentimental Legend – Vocal, Pedals, Kaoss Pad Jantar Ryan Jahn – Singing Bowls, Harmonium Tianna Kennedy – Cello Chad Laird – Guitar, Electronics Kirsten Nordine – Keyboard Ted Robinson – Clarinet, Electronics Kelly Rudman – Percussion, Electronics Japanese duo GAIAMAMOO offer textured, noisy improvised music accompanied by video projections of Japanese Noh by Hiroshi Mehata, a.k.a. Mehata Sentimental Legend. The duo focuses on the intersection of sight & image, demonstrated by improvised sounds and abstract visual patterns. GAIAMAMOO is an experimental improvisation group formed in 2012 by Shogo Haraguchi and Mehata Sentimental Legend from Tokyo. In 2015, GAIAMAMOO were chosen to perform during the Sound Live Tokyo festival, organized by Pacific Basin Arts Communication (PARC), and also performed on "New Sound Sanctuary." In 2016 and 2017, the duo toured California and New York City, appearing on Ridgewood Radio on WFMU broadcasted by Outpost Artist Resources. GAIAMAMOO also appeared in Festes Majors Alternatives de Vallcarca (Barcelona, 2016), eight-hour noise marathon festival GIGANOISE 2 (Tokyo, 2016), Ende Tymes (Brooklyn, 2017), Jazz Art Sengawa 2017, CLUB JAZZ ?? (Tokyo, 2017) and opened for Wolf Eyes' Psycho Jazz in the Bay tour (California, 2017). Jantar performs Others, Who Will Follow Us, a new work consisting of video elements and improvised acoustic and electronic instruments in various combinations. Jantar grew out of a series of site-specific and film collaborations between Tianna Kennedy and Chad Laird, gradually building to an ensemble that includes Kirsten Nordine, Kelly Rudman and Ted Robinson. Jantar performs experimental easy listening music, incorporating ambient noise and improvisation derived from film and background music. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=269262 Roulette Roulette

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GAIAMAMOO Shogo Haraguchi – Fretless Bass, Pedals, iPad Mehata Sentimental Legend – Vocal, Pedals, Kaoss Pad

Jantar Ryan Jahn – Singing Bowls, Harmonium Tianna Kennedy – Cello Chad Laird – Guitar, Electronics Kirsten Nordine – Keyboard Ted Robinson – Clarinet, Electronics Kelly Rudman – Percussion, Electronics

Japanese duo GAIAMAMOO offer textured, noisy improvised music accompanied by video projections of Japanese Noh by Hiroshi Mehata, a.k.a. Mehata Sentimental Legend. The duo focuses on the intersection of sight & image, demonstrated by improvised sounds and abstract visual patterns. GAIAMAMOO is an experimental improvisation group formed in 2012 by Shogo Haraguchi and Mehata Sentimental Legend from Tokyo. In 2015, GAIAMAMOO were chosen to perform during the Sound Live Tokyo festival, organized by Pacific Basin Arts Communication (PARC), and also performed on "New Sound Sanctuary." In 2016 and 2017, the duo toured California and New York City, appearing on Ridgewood Radio on WFMU broadcasted by Outpost Artist Resources. GAIAMAMOO also appeared in Festes Majors Alternatives de Vallcarca (Barcelona, 2016), eight-hour noise marathon festival GIGANOISE 2 (Tokyo, 2016), Ende Tymes (Brooklyn, 2017), Jazz Art Sengawa 2017, CLUB JAZZ ?? (Tokyo, 2017) and opened for Wolf Eyes' Psycho Jazz in the Bay tour (California, 2017).

Jantar performs Others, Who Will Follow Us, a new work consisting of video elements and improvised acoustic and electronic instruments in various combinations. Jantar grew out of a series of site-specific and film collaborations between Tianna Kennedy and Chad Laird, gradually building to an ensemble that includes Kirsten Nordine, Kelly Rudman and Ted Robinson. Jantar performs experimental easy listening music, incorporating ambient noise and improvisation derived from film and background music.

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