Thursday, February 23, 2012
Electrogals Mix It Up at the Chapel
Nonsequitur presents Electrogals performing original electronic music on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 8:00 PM as part of the ongoing Wayward Music Series in the historic Chapel Performance Space at the Good Shepherd Center in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood; 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N (at 50th St.), 4th floor. $5 - $15 sliding scale donation (cash or check only) at the door. Info: email@example.com, 206-789-1939.
Electrogals is a collective of women working in electronic music in various ways. This edition includes Christi Denton (Portland), Briana Marela (Olympia), and Heather Perkins (Portland) performing original recent works in a variety of electronic media.
Nonsequitur presents Electrogals Christi Denton (Portland), Briana Marela (Olympia), and Heather Perkins (Portland)
Saturday, March 3, 2012, at 8:00 PM
Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, 4th floor in Wallingford, just south of 50th St. (all ages, no alcohol, wheelchair access, on site parking)
$5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door, cash/checks only (no advance tickets or reservations)
More info: Steve Peters at Nonsequitur, firstname.lastname@example.org; 206-789-1939 High res photos and artist interviews available upon request.
Electrogals is an organization dedicated to promoting and inspiring electronic music and digital art by women. For this show, collective members Christi Denton (Portland), Briana Marela (Olympia), and Heather Perkins (Portland) will employ a wide variety of instruments and techniques, including hand-built electronic instruments, cassette-deck-loopers, vocoders, electric guitar, hand-coded music software, and gesture-operated synthesizers, to create rich sonic environments.
Christi Denton is a composer and sound installation artist who works with found sounds, electronics, and homemade and modified instruments. Last month, her laser MIDI controller competed in the 2012 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.
Briana Marela is vocalist and song conjurer composing with processed vocals and audio samples through Max/MSP. Her first full length album is due out this April on Olympia label Bicycle Records.
Heather Perkins is composer, sound designer and Mad Scientist at WaterDog Studio in Portland, where she creates music and sound for dance, animation, computer games, film, theater, installation, and live performance. She just completed round 1 of "The 365.52.12 Project," and will be teaching the "Music and Computers" class at Portland Community College this spring.