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Robert Poss, Glockabelle featuring Kid Millions, Brian Chase – Ron Anderson Duo, diNMachine, and JOHN 3:16 @ LPR
Sep 29, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 11:55 pm| $15.00
A night of noise-electronic-experimental pop rock and dance ambient.
ROBERT POSS was a founding member of Band Of Susans, which Rolling Stone Magazine described as “adamantly arty, brainy, visceral and bracing.”
Glockabelle is Annabelle Cazes. She plays two Casio VL-Tones, a lyre-shaped glockenspiel with eight thimbles and sings in both French and English.
In May 2015, she released her first EP which was described by SPIN as “Anarchic Enchantment” and the Onion’s A.V. Club as “[showcasing] her art-punk, synth-pop provocateur with gleeful abandon, while still highlighting her exquisite musicianship.”
She has toured with the Fiery Furnaces and in March 2015 was featured on the Go! Team’s latest album with the song “Catch Me on the Rebound.” She just completed a European tour opening for them in June.
John Colpitts (aka Kid Millions) is a Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist, composer and writer who is perhaps best known as the drummer for Oneida.
Brian Chase is the drummer/percussionist from Brooklyn, NY. Projects include: Yeah Yeah Yeas, Kid Millions, Seconds, & many more.
Ron Anderson was born in Jersey City, New Jersey in 1959. He is a self-taught rock composer who starting experimenting with new rock concepts, noise, free improvisation while in high school in the mid 1970’s.
diNMachine makes amoebic dance-rock that references the twitchy funk of the no-wave movement, the transcendent and glitchy textures from every era and strain of electronic music, the compositional qualities of classical music, with exotic flourishes from music across the globe.
JOHN 3:16 is a unique experiment relying on the broad culture of its solo composer. Heavy and aerial, the music is leading here. No rules to follow as no genre wide enough to encompass all the elements in JOHN 3:16. In between soundtrack, ambient electronic and drone, each track is a piece of space somewhere, far away from here.
(read full bios at LPR.com)
7pm doors // 7:30pm show // 18+
$20 day of show
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