The 11th annual Homegrown Live Music Festival SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2019.
Studio 22, 320 King St E. (ElectroAcoustic)
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Michael e. Casteels wrestles with robots in existential-crisis, dinosaurs that refuse extinction, alphabets in various stages of explosion/implosion, and many other serious topics, like century-long bus rides, and the way the clouds look right now. He creates surreal, pop-folk, electroacoustic music with the aid of a loop station, a few pedals, and a few instruments he found abandoned on the moon. More info.
Jeremy Kerr is a composer and sound artist currently based in Kingston, Ontario with a particular interest in musical theatre, harsh noise and all sounds in between. His most recent collection of works – Mother Drone and Other Ancient Spirits of Great Power – was self released in June 2018 and can be found in the cold void of the internet. More info.
Slow Man Tofu
David Parker is Slow Man Tofu, performing Diary Tape: “”The idea for this tape came out of some recording sessions with friends. My bandmate and I were using interviews she had recorded on tape, manipulating those tapes and playing instruments along to the interviews. It inspired me to make something more personal involving my own voice and thoughts in audio format, as a sonic element alongside stretches of improvised musical passages. I used a variety of instruments each of which lent itself to a particular path of composing. Each one has it’s own personality and I arranged them to complement the feelings and thoughts from the spoken word passages.