Date/Time
Date(s) - December 28, 2019
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
The Fuse Factory Electronic and Digital Arts Lab


On the evening of Saturday, December 28th we are proud to present Florian-Ayala Fauna’s dark ambient project uncertain (NY), David Reed’s (CMH) solo dark ambient project Envenomist, and Danielle Milam’s (CMH) solo experimental electronic project VERSIONING. Doors 7:30, BYOB, all ages. $5-$10.

About the artists:

uncertain is an occult post-industrial project started in 2007 by Florian-Ayala Fauna, combining elements of æthyrl composition and ambience, dark strange sounds and noise, and elements of religious/ritual musick. The project consists of a very large discography, ranging from Coil-influenced traditional song structures, ritual ambient, electronic music, and disturbing visceral noise. Live performances are of an esoteric nature, consisting much in the way of a visual presence with animal masks and ritual attire, video projections, and ritual-like set-up. Music during these shows are of a more vicious and visceral nature, playing more aggressive tracks with screaming, shrill, and shouted vocals, heavy thunderous drums, and noise with animal screams. She is often accompanied live by her partner Felix Keigh, who provides vocals fed through numerous effects as well as on studio releases with more traditionally sung lyrics.

Some people equate Envenomist with science fiction film scores and others envision solitary nocturnal travels through bleak urban settings, but a fundamental strength of Envenomist is that these illusory backdrops remain open to interpretation.

VERSIONING is Danielle Milam, previously known as Sea Tone. VERSIONING can be described as experimental electronic that flirts between ambient and noise soundscapes.

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