Thursday, September 4, 2008

PRESS RELEASE: Saturday September 27th

HzCollective Presents: NanoHz No.15 -- an evening of experimental and avant garde electronic music. This will be a great night for the Richmond experimental community as we gear up for the MegaHz Festival in October!!!!! Refer to for updates and details!

Saturday September 27, 2008
Ghost Print Gallery
220 W. Broad St.
Richmond, VA
8pm [ sharp ]
$3 suggested donation!
contact: 804.317.1938

::::Id M Theft Able
(portland, me)
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::::Bonnie Jones (baltimore, md) + Kevin Parks (charlottesville, va)
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::::Never Work. (richmond/baltimore)
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::::Bonnie Jones + Kevin Parks

Bonnie Jones works with sound, text and performance. Born in 1977 in South Korea she was raised by dairy farmers in New Jersey, and currently resides in Baltimore, MD. In sound performances Bonnie plays the circuit boards of digital delay pedals. Her primary sound collaborators are Joe Foster in Korea (as the duet "English") and Andy Hayleck. She is also a member of the Performance Thanatology Research Society, a inter-disciplinary performance group dedicated to the advancement of a higher histrionics brought on by imminent finalities. Bonnie has performed at the Kim Dae-Hwan Museum, the Ontological-Hysteric Theater, the ErstQuake Festival, and the 14 Karat Cabaret.

Kevin Parks, originally from New York. A graduate of the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College, The City University of New York and later he received his M.A. degree from Dartmouth College. After working briefly at iEar studios of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy. NY, Kevin moved to Seoul, Korea for many years. There, he taught computer music at the Seoul Institute of the Arts and collaborated with the Sadari Movement Lab. He is currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Composition and Music Technologies at The University of Virginia, where he studies with Judith Shatin and Matthew Burtner. I previously studied with Charles Dodge, Curtis Bahn, Noah Creshevsky, Larry Polansky, Jon Appleton, and Christian Wolff. I am also a member of the performance trio Pinko Communiods (with Wendy Hsu and Carey Sargent). Some areas of interest include: Computer music and computer music performance, musique concrète, tuning and timbre, American experimental music, popular musics, and Korean musics, and improvisation.

::::Never Work.
Never Work. is a collaborative project between Richmond's Caustic Castle and Baltimore's Myo. After a short tour of New England they decided that their sounds and ideologies seemed to blend well together. A mix of electro acoustics and digital process with no-input mixing and analog processing, their sound results in something inbetween tolerable and intolerable.

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