Noise meets Noise meets Cabaret
Europe meets San Francisco meets NYC meets Venus
John Cage meets Doc Rosenberg meets Princess Grace
Q.U.E.E.R. zine: "To say that this has made me radically rethink my use of the word "queer" is an understatement."
of you will have to be frightened, part of you hopefully will be enlightened,
and part of you may be dumbfounded. To say that this has made me radically rethink
my use of the word "queer" is an understatement.
Faster Than Sheep: Odd and genius. Like nothing before or after, I promise.
Postmodern, post-drag, post-performance, and leaking glamour like an overheated radiator, Justin Bond is a drag legend in NYC and San Francisco. Most notorious for fighting with Madonna at her own birthday party, Andy Warhol's Interview describes Justin's work as "cabaret performed as urban warfare." The Village Voice says, "You haven't learned the true meaning of intimidation until (Justin) has crawled on your table and stuck her bony, pantyhosed knee under your noise shrieking 'Lick my leg, I'm on fire!' She's going to the seventh circle of showbiz hell, and she's taking you with her."
Bob Ostertag has been at the forefront of electronic sound since the late 1970s,
releasing more than a dozen cd's and records. His previous collaborators include
avant garders John Zorn and Fred Frith, dyke punk star Lynn Breedlove, rock
star Mike Patton, the Kronos Quartet, Anthony Braxton and more.
Violin virtuoso Jon Rose has appeared on over 50 recordings with many of the luminaries of international new music. He builds his own violins, some conventional, others wildly innovative. His ongoing"relative violin" project has been going on for 25 years. Current projects include 'Violin Factory' featuring large string orchestras and interactive video in Europe and Australia, and 'Violins of Islam," in which violins are exploded.
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