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Marcia Bassett & Samara Lubelski
8:00 PM - 11:59 PM Radius Gallery
Date: August 17, 2019 to August 17, 2019
Where: Radius Gallery, 1050 River St #127, Santa Cruz, California, United States, 95060
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Marcia Bassett, Samara Lubelski, ordinary blood

A night of long-form drones and noise - Marcia Bassett (electric guitar) & Samara Lubelski (amplified violin), showing "just how much brain damage you can do using only a guitar and a violin" (Byron Coley). Santa Cruz artist ordinary blood (Danny Jay) opens the night with gloomy textures on guitars, vocals, bows, synthesizers, and electronics.

Marcia Bassett & Samara Lubelski

MARCIA BASSETT (guitar) and SAMARA LUBELSKI (violin) first performed as a duo in 2009, improvising musical scores to films by Michael Snow and Hollis Frampton at X-Initiative, Next Years Model series at DIA. Since their initial collaboration, Bassett and Lubelski have continued to draw from their like-minded approach to improvisational music; creating personal interplay with the environmental surroundings to expand on abstraction, chromatic noise, and long form drone. Both Bassett and Lubelski have extensive backgrounds in the East Coast /NYC sub-underground.

Bassett has performed in experimental music projects for over twenty years including Un, GHQ, Hototogisu, Double Leopards and her solo project Zaïmph. Lubelski is best known as a solo artist with eight full-length releases, but she has also been involved in various art-music provocations, Hall of Fame, Tower Recordings, as a member of Thurston Moore's band, and in her associations with the long-standing German collective Metabolismus. The 2012 release of their first LP "Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon", on KYE Records, was praised as having " … incredible expanses and delicately menacing interplay with an increasingly satisfying audaciousness upon each subsequent listen." - Paul Haney, Tiny Mix Tapes. The latest LP, ‘Live NYC', Feeding Tube Records (June 2017), "Elegantly shows just how much brain damage you can do using only a guitar and a violin… A tale of twinned and lightly fuzzed tones, twirling and blending…The threads of sound absolutely phosphore

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