Playing Slingshot Festival in Athens, GA this Thursday night at 8PM in the University of Georgia Lamar Dodd School of Art’s Atrium, alongside art openings for Tristan Perich, Quayola, and Kota Ezawa in the Lamar Dodd School of Art and Georgia Museum of Art galleries .
FREE SHOW!!! We’ll also have copies of our latest vinyl LP for sale.
We’ll be performing at the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art Atrium in Athens, Georgia on March 20th as part of the Slingshot festival kick off party. FREE SHOW!
We’re playing a show with Jason Lescalleet this Friday night!
The Big Haus - 368 Ponce de Leon Ave, Atlanta, GA.
Poster by Grant Evans.
We’re playing Saturday March 30th at Cine’s Lab with some good friends, so please come check out this show if you’re in the area. $5 at the door. RSVP on the facebook event page HERE.
Please join us for a night of experimental music:
9 pm - Rainy Taxi kicks things off with some heady free-jazz workouts.
9:30 pm - Future Ape Tapes will be celebrating the release of their new cassette, Somnambuland.
10 pm - Sparkling Wide Pressure (TN) makes his Athens debut.
"Frank Baugh (aka Sparkling Wide Pressure) carries on the tradition of outsider / asynchronous artists warping blues, rock, and folk sensibilities… What residues of Americana that reside in Baugh’s work has been forgotten, then found, then lost again, only to be crumpled up in a pair of jeans and left to soak in the chemical properties from some pot shake tossed nearby." Aquarius Records
10:30 pm - Terminals (Sam from I Come To Shanghai) will be performing new compositions for modular synthesizer.
11 pm - Quiet Evenings play their first show since the release of their new LP, Impressions.
Impressions gets reviewed in The Wire magazine! Check it out, and look for it in their May 2013 issue!
“Quiet Evenings creates the tragically beautiful album ‘Impressions’. Right from the beginning of the album the longing mood is set. Sounds are picked out and paired perfectly. The music hovers more than moves. Progression is quite different to comprehend throughout the album. What it does do is change through morphing. Transitions are near impossible to pick up on, rather it get there through a natural change in the environment. What’s especially nice is how the beginning melody is kept throughout each one of these two songs. Pieces are added, subtracted, manipulated yet there’s the underlying theme that stays. Using taste Quiet Evenings manages to keep up the elegant feeling throughout the two pieces.