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Thursday, Jul 26, 2012 9:00 PM CDT (9:00 PM Doors)
/ Piss Piss Piss Moan Moan Moan / Mike Tamburo / Solar Fox
Thursday, Jul 26, 2012 9:00 PM CDT
- Friday, Jul 27, 2012 1:00 AM CDT
Township, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
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E+ (mbrs of Disappears)
E+ tracks have melodies that feel like spooky stories about ancient astronauts waking up from carbon sleep on distant planets. I imagine these spacemen following subconscious missions leading them across red deserts and through terraform ruins….or something like that. E+ has got the power of melody and that's powerful stuff in my book.
Experimental harsh noise from damaged sources, analog drones and primitive drumming, rock.
Mike Tamburo is an independent musician, film maker, inventor, instrument builder, story teller, writer, psychonaut, Kundalini Yoga devotee, Reiki practitioner, installation artist, painter, orgone energy enthusiast, and amateur ethno-botanist born on March 30, 1977 in New Kensington, PA and currently living in Pittsburgh, PA. He plays the hammered dulcimer, the gong, the crowned eternal (an instrument he built out of a headboard) and tuning forks and in the past has played guitar, percussion, electronic instruments, bulbul tarang, bass gopichand, gulbulgar, singing bowls, and clarinet. He runs a small label called New American Folk Hero, and curates the Fantastic Voyagers Music Festival. Tamburo's live performances, often collaborations with Gallina Tamburo, are ecstatic, enthralling, and entrancing. He has criss-crossed this and many countries countless times, masterfully doling out heavy vibes and realigning many a long time sun shine.
Based in Chicago, Illinois (the landlocked midwest of the USA) Solar Fox is the exploratory musical duo of Plastic Crimewave (Steven Krakow) and Ms. Libby (Ramer). Through pure sonics, Solar Fox’s musical goal is to create the undiscovered sounds of the universe, from deep space to earthbound skies. Solar Fox uses the synthesizer’s most spectral settings and processed guitar at its most translucent to create a soundtrack to an imaginary film about outer space, or about some forgotten rituals from the beginning of time.