[rumori] Detritus presents: Thu 8/16 AT The Luggage Store Gallery (SF)

From: Steev Hise (steevATdetritus.net)
Date: Mon Aug 13 2001 - 11:42:01 PDT

AT The Luggage Store Gallery
San Francisco, California USA

*THURSDAY, August 16, 2001*

8-10pm Detritus.net presents
A monthly night of experimental electronics curated by Steev Hise

Wobbly - electronics
This performance will be a return to the longform broadcast stasis
works as represented on the Ovenguard 3 CD set 'Radio'.

Jason Kahn (Zürich) - drums, metals, electronics
A set of minimal percussion and live electronics.
Jason Kahn has been active in the European new music scene since moving
from Los Angeles to Berlin in 1990. He has given concerts with, among
others, Sainkho Namtchylak, David Moss, Evan Parker, Shelley Hirsch,
Christian Marclay, Dietmar Diesner, Johannes Bauer, Günter Müller,
Dieb13. Kahn was originally a drummer / percussionist but later began
integrating sampling into his playing, at first with hardware sampling
units; later using the computer and live sampling software. Kahn was a
guest of STEIM (Studio for Electro Instrumental Music) in Amsterdam,
working there on combining STEIM's interactive sampling program LiSa
with live drumming. Over several trips to Japan Kahn has performed with
Otomo Yoshihide, Sachiko M, Taku Sugimoto, Tetuzi Akiyama, Utah
Kawasaki, Uchihashi Kazuhisa and Koji Asano. In 1997 Kahn formed the
project "Repeat" with no-input mixing board player Toshimaru Nakamura.
Repeat has toured both Japan and Europe several times as well as
releasing three CDs to critical acclaim. While living in Berlin Kahn
was from 1994-99 a member of American composer Arnold Dreyblatt's
(http://www.dreyblatt.net/)ensemble The Orchestra of Excited Strings,
performing in installations, multi-media pieces and concerts. Kahn has
also composed music for theater, dance and sound installations (most
recently: http://www.klangturm.at) Kahn currently lives in Zürich,
where he curates a series of concerts for new improvised and electronic
music, "sonique serie." He started the "cut" label in 1996, releasing
to date five CDs.
For more information:

THE LUGGAGE STORE GALLERY 1007 Market Street (2nd Floor) at 6th St., one
block from Powell Street BART, San Francisco. It is a non-profit
corporation funded by the City of San Francisco, grants, and your
contributions. We ask that you contribute $6-10. All Ages
welcome, no one refused for lack of funds. Gallery info: 415.255.5971 or
luggagestore509AThotmail.com; booking email Ernesto Diaz-Infante: itzatATearthlink.net

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