Concerts

NonSeq/Earshot: Vitamin D & Drum Orbit

SORRY, SOLD OUT!

Sorry, this show is sold out! Drum Orbit is a new experimental quintet led by turntable artist and producer Vitamin D, featuring Kassa Overall on drums, Darrius Willrich on keys, Evan Flory-Barnes on bass, and Gerson Zaragoza on guitar. Our mission is to expose music lovers to new ways of looking at music while acknowledging …

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NonSeq: Arugakki

Big drums, choreography, synthesizers, and an abacus shaker… Arugakki is groundbreaking taiko. The inventive duo from Los Angeles Arts District debuts new music alongside local artists, Karin Stevens (dance), Heather Bentley (viola), and Leanna Keith (flute). Nguyen’s dance and Bergstrom’s taiko collided at a choreography residency in 2019, exchanging fresh perspectives on movement and rhythm. …

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NonSeq: Gavin Gamboa

Gavin Gamboa is a Los Angeles-based artist whose work revolves around improvised and notated composition, algorithmic video art, and short-form cinema. Between 2014 and 2020, Gavin released one album a month on Bandcamp, mixing both contemporary and classical music, all available with a free Creative Commons license. Collaborations include performances with Erykah Badu and the …

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NonSeq: Danny Godinez + Sid Hauser

Danny Godinez performs both solo with guitar and voice, as well as in various bands in Seattle, including The New Triumph & Michael Shrieve’s Spellbinder. He is known for his looping and use of effects in his solo acoustic performances, as well as his fiery electric guitar playing. In this body of work Godinez examines …

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NonSeq: Mangal

Mangal is an experimental ensemble conceived by mrudangam artist and composer Rajna Swaminathan, gathering artists across disciplines and locales to collaboratively improvise while pushing the boundaries of their creative process. In English, the word mangal refers to an assemblage of mangroves, which form a chaotic, non-hierarchical rhizome. In Sanskrit, mangal describes harmonious or sacred timing. This imagery of entanglement …

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