On the evening of Friday, November 4th, we are delighted to present experimental electronic musician Jeff Carey (MD), electronic musician glacial23 (OH), and Taylor Conrad and Troy Kunkler’s experimental folk-rock duo (CMH). Doors 8:00pm, show begins at 8:30pm sharp. $9.25 prepaid ($8 + $1.25 TicketTailor processing fee), $10 per ticket at the door.
Covid protocols: All attendees are strongly encouraged wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. We will provide masks at the door. We kindly request that audience members refrain from bringing food and drinks into the space.
Supporters of our 2022-2023 season include the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Ohio Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, New Music USA, and the Columbus Foundation.
About the artists:
Jeff Carey makes synthetic noise music with a physically controlled software based instrument of his own development called ctrlKey. His music is abstract and sculptural, full of shapes and gesture, colored by noise bursts, percussive glitches and shifting resonance. In recent work, he has incorporated lighting projection to explore the space between visceral and the external embodiment of sound. He builds physically controllable custom software synthesis instruments and is interested in exploring immediate and flexible sound production with virtuosity in electronic music.
glacial23 is Sam Harmon, an electronic musician from Northeastern Ohio, who also creates his own instruments.
Taylor K Conrad is an experimental musician from Portsmouth Ohio. Mainly playing guitar and keys, he frequently collaborates with local musician Troy Kunkler, who plays drums and vibes.