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151 West 46th Street
New York, NY
Thu, October 18, 2012
IRON DOG with BILLY GOMBERG
at the TANK, Oct 18, 2012, 7 pm
EAVESDROPPING: MULTIMEDIA series curated by Guy Barash
151 w. 46th St. (b/t 6th and 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10036
IRON DOG (Bernstein/Popejoy/Drury) creates spontaneous soundscapes where minimalist structures erupt into psychedelic onslaughts. The multiple roles of each performer are in full effect: Stuart Popejoy maneuvers synthesizer and bass collisions, Sarah Bernstein delivers distorted violin and enigmatic spoken word, and Andrew Drury commands a sonic sphere of drums and manipulated materials. In a collaborative process, the trio will perform alongside visuals by multi-media artist BILLY GOMBERG.
"Their extended sonic experimentalism brought to mind early Pink Floyd psych-outs... transplanting Tonight Let's All Make Love in London onto the Lower East Side."
The New York City Jazz Record
Composer and curator Guy Barash's new music series Eavesdropping kicks off its third year of adventurous modern programming. It returns to The Tank to present some of today's most daring performers and astonishing composers.
For artists, Eavesdropping provides a stage for risktaking and the exploration of non-conventional sound, to present a relevant boundary-breaking artistic work. Shows often include multimedia elements, real time electronic processing, and performance art.
The Tank's intimate black box theater brings our audiences close enough to become part of the creative process. We are committed to presenting innovative repertoire that is relevant and intriguing. Eavesdropping is a crossgenres new music series presented to the city's inquisitive listener - the one that seen it all and heard it all but craves for cultural excitement.
Advance $12 seats for Eavesdropping are available at Brown Paper Tickets. **Buy your ticket online and get a free drink at the show on us!**
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