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« on: June 13, 2018, 09:23:03 PM »


Quo Vadis Presents...

Pedestrian Deposit - [Monorail Trespassing] Live
Gene Pick - Live
Shredded Nerve - Live
Valise - Live
Scant - Live
Charmaine Lee - Live
Jackson-Pratt - Live

JR - [No-Tech] DJ set

Another unbelievable lineup curated specially for Quo Vadis by Nick Klein

PEDESTRIAN DEPOSIT [Monorail Trespassing]
The collaborative work of Jonathan Borges and Shannon Kennedy of Pedestrian Deposit could be described as highly composed, often abstract sound textures combined to create dynamic experimental music that draws on the duo’s widely contrasting auditory obsessions. Borges’ use of crude yet disciplined electronics, tape loops, field recordings, and controlled feedback manipulation contrasts against Shannon’s use of self-designed stringed instruments, bowing techniques and amplified wood and metal, resulting in music that is both raw and refined. Pedestrian Deposit bears elements of electro-acoustic sound, musique concrete, classical, industrial and harsh noise, but cannot be confined to any one genre

Jonathan Borges began Pedestrian Deposit in the Winter of 2000, with the concept of combining layers of electronic sound with no pre-determined relation to one another until mixed. The project slowly evolved to incorporate elements and hybrids of harsh noise, tape collage, field recordings and ambient music with a focus on extreme contrast, resulting in a prolific few years of rich and dynamic compositions on such labels as Hospital Productions, Hanson Records, and Borges’ own Monorail Trespassing label, to name a few

After a two-year hiatus, PD returned in the fall of 2008 with the addition of multi-instrumentalist and visual artist Shannon Kennedy; and her elements of cello, violin and amplified, bowed and manipulated objects. They have consistently toured the United States nearly every year since, placing an emphasis on the development and evolution of physical, psychological and organic live performance

Gene Pick is a modular synth project based out of Philadelphia. Signals are routed between mixers and modular synthesizers to obfuscate the nature of varying source sounds. Gene Pick is a well traveled contingent of the American noise circuit with releases on Monorail Trespassing, Alien Passengers, No Rent Records, and many more. Gene Pick is the purveyor of the Lost In The Flood imprint

New York City based, midwestern America bred, noise project from Justin Lakes. Shredded Nerve employs compact tape loop compositions. Lakes is half proprietor of the label and store Thousands Of Dead Gods and has released on labels Monorail Trespassing, Chondritic Sound and many more

Multimedia project comprised of one half of the group Humanbeast. Abstractions formed through multiple software and visual avenues. Releases on No Rent Records and Primitive Languages

Dense layers of drone and wall noise implementation. The second half of Thousands Of Dead Gods. Releases on flagship labels like Monorail Trespassing and Chondritic Sound and collaborations with Rodger Stella and Skin Graft

Charmaine Lee is an improvising vocalist from Sydney, Australia. Collaborators and associations include Nate Wooley, Joe Morris, Conrad Tao, Zach Rowden, Lester St. Louis, and Leila Bordreuil. She has performed at venues such as Roulette, ISSUE Project Room, the Stone, the Met Breuer, and Experimental Sound Studios (Chicago). Charmaine currently resides in New York

Short bursts of scrap metal harsh noise. Forthcoming release on Thousands Of Dead Gods

JR [No-Tech]
JR Nelson is co-founder of No-Tech, co-conspirator with the Ascetic House faction, and performs as Saran Man
Doors 11pm / 21+
H0l0 / 1090 Wyckoff Ave, Ridgewood NY
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