Apr 282014
 

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There’s a Horsehair Everywhere reunion of sorts on Tuesday, April 29th at Betty’s Bar & Grill. Horsehair Everywhere is the Murfreesboro experimental collective that appeared on Theatre Intangible episode 73, Cuatro Ninos.

Tuesday’s bill features Horsehair members Lee Noble, Stephen Molyneux, and Sparkling Wide Pressure and guest artist Coupler. Horsehair member TJ Richards from Trabajo will be DJing the event. Stephen Molyneux tells me he recorded a new album this past weekend and will playing some songs from it at the show.

Look below for streams from all the artists. More info on the Facebook event page.

Lee Noble, Stephen Molyneux, Sparkling Wide Pressure, Coupler
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014, 9:30 p.m.

@ Betty’s Grill
407 49th Ave N
Nashville, Tennessee 37209

Dec 112013
 

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Tim Carey from the space music duo 84001 just tipped me off to a FREE under-the-radar holiday noise fest happening this Saturday at Betty’s Grill. Tim and Chris Murray (Square People, Textbook Punk) are releasing a split cassette and performing. Also on the bill are the Xists, the brilliant project of wrestler Jocephus Brody and his brother. Other bands include Malocchio (Derek Schartung), Brady Sharp, Sparkling Wide Pressure (Frank Baugh), Harvest Team (Reid Cambell), Terror’ish, Spacemen Saturday Night, and Dug. Each band will perform for 15 minutes or less.

More info on the Facebook event page.

Free Holiday Noise Fest
Saturday, December 14th, 2013, 9 p.m.

@ Betty’s Grill
407 49th Ave N.
Nashville, Tennessee 37209

Jul 122013
 
Praxis Practice,Frank Baugh, 2012

Praxis Practice,Frank Baugh, 2012

Theatre Intangible participant and Sparkling Wide Pressure / Horsehair Everywhere member Frank Baugh leads a double life as experimental musician and accomplished painter. Tonight at the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts, his two worlds collide as he opens his exhibit of new paintings with a live sound performance. Take a moment to view some of Frank’s recent paintings here — remarkable, beautiful, unique work.  As the press release states, in the exhibit titled “Stream Returner,” Frank Baugh aims to,

bridge the gap between his experiential world and the world of the unconscious mind through painting and sound manipulation. The exhibit’s opening will feature his most recent paintings as well as a live sound performance from the new album released by Japan’s Analog Path Records to accompany the event.

The opening happens tonight (Friday, July 12th) from 5-7 pm. More info on the Facebook event page.

Frank appeared on Theatre Intangible episode 73: Cuatro Ninos.

Stream Returner: New Paintings from Frank Baugh
July 12th, 2013, 5-7pm, free show
Murfreesboro Center for the Arts
110 W College St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130

Jun 262012
 

Boston area violinist and electronic improvisor MORGAN EVANS-WEILER will perform at Noa Noa on Friday, June 29th. Fans of the extended instrument technique of artists like JOHN BUTCHER, THOMAS HELTON, and local BRADY SHARP should not miss this show. Check out the clip below to see what I’m talking about.

Also performing are the esoteric synthesis of DYLAN SIMON and the ambient tape loops of SPARKLING WIDE PRESSURE. All and all, it’s an evening of challenging and fascinating music. It all goes down at 8pm sharp on the back porch of Noa Noa.

Before you head over, stop around the corner at Chestnut Studios to see new openings at Seed Space and Threesquared. At the former, the opening reception of “Fortune Holiday,” a new installation by NICOLE BAUMANN. At the later, an opening of 2D works by our good friend MATT CHRISTY. Both receptions are from 6 to 8pm at Chestnut Studios, 427 Chestnut Street, Nashville, Tennessee 37203.

More info about the Noa Noa show at the Facebook event page.

Friday, June 29th, 8pm, all ages, byob, $5
An evening of experimental, abstract music featuring
Morgan Evans-Weiler
Dylan Simon
Sparkling Wide Pressure

Back yard @ Noa Noa (house)
620 Hamilton Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203
Park on street, business lots, or walk from Chestnut Studios