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Tashi Dorji and Tyler Damon:
Tashi Dorji (electric guitar) & Tyler Damon(drums/percussion) reside in separate locales but have come together from a place of mutual admiration. The pair has scarcely spoken of intention regarding their music yet channel a sound which seems to reference the familiar and the non-idiomatic at once. Flashes of ecstatic intensity, blurred timbral lines, fractal repetition, noir-ish, cinematic mystery and inclinations toward free play suggest that the two are pleased to follow a winding path to destinations yet unknown.
Is a Danish saxophone player who´s music is defining a unique balance of uproar and beauty. Her ability to move between the often strict confines of genres and explore the elements makes her presence highly powerfull. She has encapsulated her own personal vision of acoustic music, by amplyfication expanding her range in dynamics and rocketing a more prosaic stem.
Frank Meadows is a bassist, sound artist and improvisor currently based in New York City. His solo sets for double bass touch on drone, modern classical, and free improvisation in and around prepared sound collage. He has released recordings on Blue Tapes, Cabin Floor Esoterica, Bada Bing and Friends Records has contributed to several works by multi-media think-tanks Asystems and Cairn Desk, and has been directly involved with cutting edge curatroial spaces including Apothecary, Black Mountain College Museum, Hopscotch Music Festival, and The Stone
Judy Jackson currently attends Oberlin College and Conservatory where she is a Double Degree student in the Technology in Music and Related Arts and Computer Science departments. She enjoys applying her coding skills towards creating new sound palettes and devices for the performance of electronic music. Judy also loves audio synthesis and spends much of her time working on the ARP 2600 and in MaxMSP. She hopes to someday develop a methodology of performing electronic music that uses the same precision and detail as fixed media that requires the same amount of skill as that of a traditional classical musician. Judy’s work has been recognized by the Schubert Club of Minnesota, Third Practice Electroacoustic Music Festival, and Minnesota Public Radio. She has studied with Wynn-Anne Rossi, James Dillon, Lyn Goeringer, and Lewis Nielsen and is currently studying with Peter Swendsen and Aaron Helgeson.