Ende Tymes X
a Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation

4-7 April 2019

Secret Project Robot
1186 Broadway, Brooklyn NY


Aki Onda
Asthyna (Via App & Bookworms)
Bob Bellerue
Bonnie Baxter
Channel 63
Coagulative Necrosis
Developer & Sunk Cost
Drew McDowall
Eva Aguila
Form Hunter
Hiroshi Hasegawa
Ikue Mori & Charmaine Lee
J Surak
January Hunt
Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste
John Gross
King Vision Ultra
Kiran Arora & Ginny Benson
Le Trash Can
Madison Greenstone & John McCowen
Mike Sidnam
Mitchell Brown
MV Carbon & Ka Baird
Pedestrian Deposit
Puce Mary
Raven Chacon & Laura Ortman
Sandy Ewen
Self Toxication
Shredded Nerve
Skin Graft
Sterile Garden
The Haters
Thomas Dimuzio
Victoria Shen




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Thursday April 4
20:00 Bloater
20:25 Bassett/Weisblat
21:00 Channel 63
21:25 Andorkappen
21:50 SADAF
22:15 King Vision Ultra
22:45 Asthyna (Via App & Bookworms)
23:20 Purgist
23:45 Bonnie Baxter
0:10 Hiroshi Hasegawa
0:40 ENDE

Friday April 5
20:00 MV Carbon & Ka Baird
20:35 Kiran Arora & Ginny Benson
21:00 Thomas Dimuzio
21:35 Sandy Ewen
22:10 Ironing
22:35 Nephila
23:10 Le Trash Can
23:35 Eva Aguila
0:00 JH1.FS3
0:35 Self Toxification
1:10 Victoria Shen
1:35 KILT
2:00 Hiroshi Hasegawa and Self Toxification collab
2:25 Dreamcrusher
2:50 Jackson-Pratt
3:15 Developer & Sunk Cost
3:35 ENDE

Saturday April 6
20:00 Mike Sidnam
20:25 Coagulative Necrosis
20:40 John Gross
21:00 J Surak
21:25 Ikue Mori & Charmaine Lee
22:30 Sterile Garden
22:55 Raven Chacon & Laura Ortman
23:20 January Hunt
23:55 The Haters
0:30 Puce Mary
1:05 Pedestrian Deposit
1:35 Exjesus
2:00 Form Hunter
2:25 Skin Graft
2:50 Shredded Nerve
3:10 ENDE

Sunday April 7
20:00 Bob Bellerue
20:25 Aki Onda
21:05 Mitchell Brown
21:40 Madison Greenstone & John McCowen
22:20 J.H.K.
22:35 Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste
23:00 Pública
23:25 Octonomy
0:25 Drew McDowall
0:55 ENDE





Aki Onda

Aki Onda is a composer, artist, and curator. Onda was born in Japan and resides in New York. He is particularly known for his “Cassette Memories” — works compiled from a “sound diary” of field-recordings collected by using the cassette Walkman over a span of last three decades. He creates compositions, performances, and visual artworks from those sound memories. Onda often works in interdisciplinary fields and collaborates with filmmakers, visual artists, musicians, and choreographers. For the last fifteen years, he has worked with a diverse range of artists such as Ken Jacobs, Michael Snow, Paul Clipson, Raha Raissnia, Takashi Makino, Annea Lockwood, Loren Conners, Alan Licht, MV Carbon, David Toop, Rie Nakajima, Akio Suzuki, Nao Nishihra, and Takao Kawaguchi. Onda has presented his work at festivals and institutions such as The Kitchen, MoMA, P.S.1 MOMA, REDCAT, Time-Based Art Festival, Images Festival, documenta 14, Louvre Museum, Palais de Tokyo, Fondation Cartier, Présences électronique, Argos, Bozar, ICA London, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Nam June Paik Art Center, Sound Live Tokyo and many others.  photo by Brian Whar





Andorkappen AKA Sandor G. Finta is a Hungarian American sound & visual artist based in Los Angeles. He's been active in the Los Angeles underground music scene for over 20 years as a recording/performing artist, curator, organizer as well as record label (Universal Consciousness). His numerous musical projects include Lord Time (solo avant-garde/experimental black metal), Harassor (primitive black metal), Wounded Head (improvised free sludge), Democrisy (improvised free grind) and Andorkappen (solo experimental/noise/industrial/abstract electronic). He is a member of KILT (along with Bob Bellerue & Raven Chacon), and has performed and collaborated with the likes of Bastard Noise, The Cherry Point, Rick Potts, Smegma, Albert Ortega and many others.





Via App & Bookworms




Marcia Bassett & Barry Weisblat duo collaboration began as a Casio keyboard improvisational unit. Since their first meeting Bassett has fully immersed into the wide world of electronic circuits and devices while equally exploring the light and darkness with command and vulnerability. Weisblat has pared his homemade/adapted electronics setup to essential tools which get to the essence of electricity and vibrating bodies - pushing electronic sound into the room and confronting and synthesizing it there. This is not professional music, but rather communication between friends where the ideas come together in space and the bodies get left behind. Bassett and Weisblat have joined up with much larger improvisational group ensembles and frequently perform as a trio with Andrew Lafkas since 2012.  





Heavy drones and abrasive electronics. Interests: Attraction & repulsion; Indeterminate pitches and tempos; Kinetic/static tension (energy drones); Sound pressure vs. the body; Brooding; Scrambled media; Subwoofers. Originally conceived as a freeform noise duo in 2008 with guitarist Steve Smith (END RESULT, Chicago), BLOATER has come into sharper focus as a solo project in recent years. “…there is something orchestral, awkward and pleasantly disturbing about the way it crawls out of the speakers.” (Manchester Music webzine; UK) “…raw, palpable and direct.” (The Sound Projector webzine; UK). Photo credit: Gil Kuno




Bob Bellerue

Bob Bellerue is a noise composer, experimental musician, and creative technician based in Brooklyn NY. Over the last 30 years he has been involved in a wide range of experimental and extreme sonic activities – noise art, experimental / abstract music, junk metal percussion ensembles, Balinese gamelan, sound scores for dance/ theater/ video/ performance art, and sound / video installations. His electronic sound work is focused on resonant feedback systems, using amplified instruments/ objects/ spaces/ circuits in combination with electronics and Supercollider programming. Bob's work has been presented at The Kitchen, Issue Project Room, Fylkingen, EMS, Experimental Intermedia, Cafe Oto, the Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival, Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona, LUFF Festival, Akouphene Festival, Sonic Circuits Festival, Living Arts of Tulsa's New Genre Festival, CEAIT Festival, Ende Tymes Festival, Denver Noise Festival, Olympia Experimental Music Festival, PDX Noise Festival, Cave12, Diapason Sound Gallery, Roulette, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Elastic Arts, Here Art Center, Radio Epsilonia (Paris), WFMU, WKCR, WNYU, KFJC, KXLU, East Village Radio, NYU, the Art Institute of Chicago, Stanford University, The New School, UCSD, and UCLA. His discography includes dozens of releases on Elevator Bath Records, iDeal Recordings, Banned Productions, Fabrica, P-Tapes, RRR Records, Love Earth Music, Prison Tatt Records, Los Discos Enfantasmes, Zelphabet, Peyote Tapes, No Rent Records, Important Records, and his own Anarchymoon Recordings and Sleepy Hollow Editions. He curates and produces the Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation (currently in its 10th edition). He was formerly based in Los Angeles, where he ran the sub-garde experimental music/performance space the Il Corral, and curated the Beyond Music series and festival.  He works as an audio engineer and technical director, working presently for Issue Project Room and a handful of clients in the NYC area.





Bonnie Baxter

Producer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist. Bonnie Baxter also is Kill Alters with Nicos Kennedy and Hisham Bharoocha. On her own, as Baxter compresses her practice down to a small rig of Korg Electribe drum machines, an iPad, and her voice, she maintains the ferocity and body-animating rhythmic sensibilities of her collaborative work while pushing her live-recorded compositions to towering climaxes of ego-erasing noise and vocal catharsis. Baxter’s solo work contains flashes of her own voice as a child: urging her mother, at one point, to “ask me how Satan started,” in a moment poised somewhere between Exorcist-style family horror and adorable chipmunk voiced curiosity. This dynamic provides a fitting lens for Bonnie Baxter’s entire practice, balanced between terror and glee, between the weight of human depravity and the sense of joy and fulfillment that stems from confronting the forces of evil in society and within oneself.





Channel 63

Channel 63 is Joel Rodriguez


Coagulative Necrosis

Coagulative Necrosis is sopping wet and rotten live gorenoise from New York State. 500BPM+ chaotic and distorted blasts and constant gurgling. The "music" is disgusting and repulsive.




Developer & Sunk Cost

Developer is the solo project of the undisputed king of modern American Cut-Up Harsh Noise; Dayton, OH's Matthew Reis (Factotum Tapes/Teeth Collection/lots more). Sunk Cost is the new solo vehicle of Austin, TX-turned-Denver, CO resident Johnathan Cash (ex-Breakdancing Ronald Reagan, curator of Sux By Suxwest), designed to pay homage to classic Harsh Noise in all its forms. Together they'll be presenting a first time duo of rapid-fire cut-up Harsh Noise, field recordings, and other heavy, experimental electronics.  





" Playing a fringe yet stylized version of noise and industrial that is intelligent, expressive, and powerfully physical, Dreamcrusher is the solo musical endeavour of multidisciplinary artist Luwayne Glass- hailing from Wichita, Kansas. Formed in 2003, reveling in the aughts of myspace, tumblr, soundcloud and other social media sites, Dreamcrusher began as a project of self-discovery and self-release while contained in a queer, gender non-binary (they/them pronouns, not he/him or she/her), black body in America's bible belt. Creating over thirty releases, splits, extended plays and singles all before 2014, without ever releasing a full-length album, each project shows a very individual growth while sitting in many scenes that often don't lend themselves to explicit artistic morphing. The Dreamcrusher project and their releases have become increasingly more personal, confrontational, concise and challenging. After migrating from Kansas to New York City, their success hit new heights diving headfirst into the American live DIY scene. Dreamcrusher continues to alter the overwhelmingly rigid aesthetic of 'noise' and underground scenes by expanding the meaning of 'genre', and in many ways completely distorting 'genre' to form to them rather than the reverse. They choose not to underestimate the intelligence of their audience by challenging them at every sea change. " Photo credit: Nathan Bajar http://nathanbajar.com




Drew McDowall

Drew McDowall is a Scottish born- NYC based composer and musician. He was a member of Coil
in the 90’s contributing heavily to some of their most respected and influential works. Recently
he has presented his hallucinatory, darkly experimental work at international festivals such as
CTM, Berlin Atonal, Labyrinth, UH Festival, Dark Mofo and Unsound. He has collaborated with
Hiro Kone, Puce Mary, Croatian Amor, Varg and Rabit amongst others. His latest solo album The
Third Helix was released on Dais Records in September 2018.



Eva Aguila

Eva Aguila is a sound and video artist from Los Angeles, CA. Aguila’s background includes video, theater, and music. In 2005 she started her solo noise project as Kevin Shields. She has toured extensively throughout Europe, the US, and Asia, and Mexico. In 2010 she decided to go by her own name Eva Aguila. In the most current iteration of performance she will be presenting a new audio/visual piece using modular video and audio synthesizers. Eva Aguila is also co-founder and Artistic Director of Coaxial Arts Foundation, an artist run non-profit space dedicated to experimental sound, video and performance art located in downtown LA. Out of Coaxial she also tapes Experimental Half-Hour (EHH), a collaborative platform engaging worldwide musicians and performance artists via broadcast with her collaborative partner and husband Brock Fansler.





Exjesus: bitter electronics





Form Hunter

Form Hunter is the collaboration of S. Aune (Breaking The Will, Kjostad) and W. Czerkies (Sunken Cheek, Goddaughter). Borne in Ithaca NY, the project was designed as a direct retaliation to their immediate docile surroundings. Form Hunter is a practice in extreme noise focused primarily on the resonance of acoustic objects, utilizing scrap metal, distorted electronics, and high-gain tapes of field recordings. Intense sound study for those seeking the comfort of harsh noise bliss.



Hiroshi Hasegawa

Hiroshi was in the band named C.C.C.C. which was one of the Japanese noise group. Born in 1963, Hasegawa has begun his improvisation with his voice and drums from 1983. And then in 1989, he made the group C.C.C.C. which's concept was impovisational mass-noise with very loud sound. The group became legend with the members Mayuko Hino, Ryuichi Nagakubo, Fumio Kosakai. Also he has begun his solo unit ASTRO with analog synthesizers in 1993 as well as playing in C.C.C.C., and then female electronics artist Rohco has joined ASTRO since 2013. Now he is actively playing and issuing and doing many collaboration with other artists. The artist who played together by now are Yamazki Maso, Kawabata Makoto, Keiji Haino, Seiichi Yamamoto, Masaya Nakahara, Reiko.A, KK Null, Toshiji Mikawa, Naohiro Ukawa, Government Alpha and many more. His playing style is like drifting between the meditation and awakening state with electronics and still he is pursuing it. 






Ikue Mori & Charmaine Lee

Ikue arrived to New York in 1977 and joined in the band DNA started playing drum. In mid 80’s started playing drum machines and involved in downtown improving community and since then she has collaborated with numerous musicians and artists throughout the US, Europe, and Asia, while continuing to produce and release her own music. Ikue won the Distinctive Award for Prix Ars Electronics Digital Music category in 1999 and shortly after started using laptop computer to expand her vocabulary not only playing sounds but create and control the visual work as well. Ikue has received grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts in 2006. Recent collaborations including John Zorn, Craig Taborn, Zeena Parkins, Sylvie Courvoisier and Kim Gordon and Joan Jonas.  

Charmaine Lee is a New York based vocalist. Her music is predominantly improvised, favoring a uniquely personal approach concerned with spontaneity, playfulness, and risk-taking. She has performed with leading improvisers Nate Wooley, id m theft able, and Joe Morris, and maintains ongoing collaborations with contemporaries Conrad Tao, Zach Rowden, Lester St. Louis, Leila Bordreuil, and Ben Bennett. Her music has been released on Anticausal Systems. Photo credit: Luke Cheng 






Andrew Chadwick (from Gainesville, FL) has been performing as Ironing since 2005, collaging vinyl, cassettes, radio, µcassettes via real time analog cut-up methods & physical battering to a create a blown out sound art dance party. Prior festival appearances include the International Noise Conference, Savage Weekend, Sonic Circuits, Miami Performance International Festival, Voice of the Valley, Freedumb Fest, and many more. Andrew has run the Action Research experimental show series in Florida since 2007, which is approaching 200 shows. Photo: Walter Wlodarczyk




J Surak

Improvised electro-acoustic musique concrète from Washington DC
"Like beautiful rats hugging a sinking ship." ~ Wire
"We always enjoy his restrained yet unwavering approach, fearlessly exploring dark zones of implied violence and subdued terror." ~ The Sound Projector





J.H.K. is Jackson Kovalchik



Scrap metal harsh noise from NY



January Hunt

January Hunt is a Brooklyn based musician and artist exploring the malleability of body and technology as a resistance to/refuge from the dominant culture through rearranging her skin suit, manipulating biology and re-shaping electricity. She performs under her own name, as New Castrati, among other aliases. 




Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste

Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste is a New York based artist, composer, and performer. He received a Bessie Award for Outstanding Music Composition/Sound Design in 2018 and has presented visual and performance work at spaces including MoMA PS1(NY); Performance Space New York (NY); The Brooklyn Museum (NY); The Kitchen (NY); The Studio Museum in Harlem (NY); The Philadelphia Museum of Art (PA); FringeArts, (PA); Tanz Im August at HAU3 (Berlin); and Stoa Cultural Center (Helsinki). Toussaint-Baptiste was a 2017 artist-in-residence at Issue Project Room and has also contributed writing to Artforum. He is a founding member of the performance collective Wildcat! and frequently collaborates with performers and visual artists including Will Rawls, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, and Jonathan Gonzalez. Toussaint-Baptiste holds an MFA from Brooklyn College’s Performance and Interactive Media Arts program.




JH1.FS3, the Los Angeles based duo of Frederikke Hoffmeier and Jesse Sanes, delineates a more subtle “cinema of the ear” than the abrasive sound palettes found in their individual discographies of extreme music. Here, their words are spoken amidst a savvy re-assembly of 20th century avant-sonics: music concrète, technique extension, and pure electronic sound. Their live sets - and recent albums on Sweden's iDEAL Recordings and Dais Records - utilize material they synthesized while in residence at Stockholm's Elektronmusikstudion EMS and hi-res field recordings they somehow smuggle out of REM sleep. 





John Gross

John Gross is a noise musician based in Denver, Colorado. He has been active for twenty five years as part of the group Page 27 as well as operating the venue Rhinoceropolis and curating the Denver Noise Festival.





raven chacon (tenderizor, mesa ritual, death convention singers, sicksicksick)
bob bellerue (blessed thistle, redglaer, halfnormal, anarchymoon)
sandor finta (democri$y, wounded head, harassor, bastardised records)




King Vision Ultra

King Vision Ultra is the sound ritual project of New York City native & PTP (Purple Tape Pedigree) collective/imprint head, Geng. A handful have called it "doom metal meets '90s hip-hop," but one time someone went further to say, "Dystopia over old RZA beats fed through a RAT pedal." KVU is a channeling and exploration of the spiritual archive, a language forged from abuse/violence, sleep paralysis, aquaphobia, and the mental state. KVU live is the sharing of personal ills with the other entity in the room. On Pain Of Mind - his debut album (Ascetic House, March 2018) - this practice is carried out via frequency and cassette experimentations as dialogue and sampled loops forge a narrative on enslavement, both industrialized and self-imposed.




Kiran Arora & Ginny Benson

Kiran Arora + Ginny Benson Audio and video tape corruption





Le Trash Can

Le TRASH CAN is the moniker of Manu Armida since 2011. Vocal-based Harsh Noise with cut-up and semi-rhytmic tendencies from Mexico City.



Madison Greenstone & John McCowen

Madison Greenstone is a clarinetist currently based in San Diego. Her creative practice spans improvisation, noise music, contemporary classical music, and band-like collaboration with other performer-composers. She is currently learning how to play modular synthesizer and developing a performance practice integrating electronics and small hand-made instruments. She has recently performed at the Darmstadt Ferienkurse für Neue Musik, as part of the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra, and at ISSUE Project Room. Current projects include Hermetic Art Party (a sound and light immersive composition and performance practice with Anthony Vine and Katy Gilmore) and Chromatic Heartbreaker (a sometimes-noisy sometimes-dancy solo electronics journey).

John McCowen is a New York based composer and performer whose work focuses on extending the possibilities of the clarinet. John embraces long-form drones, difference tones, and beating harmonics as a means to extrude the dimensions within - treating the clarinet as an acoustic synthesizer. John was an original member of the Chicago avant-rock group, Wei Zhongle, where he performed on clarinet/electronics. His discography includes releases on Edition Wandelweiser, International Anthem, Astral Spirits, NNA Tapes, New Atlantis, and others.





Mike Sidnam

Mike Sidnam is an audiovisual artist and engineer from New York, working with modular synthesizers, homebrew electronics, oscillography, video equipment and positive feedback systems.




Mitchell Brown

Mitchell Brown sound artist, Los Angeles native, DJ Nanny Cantaloupe on terrestrial radio and adventurous platform. Scarcely released solo works, countless ensembles and collaborations long time: Gasp, Los Cincos, Sissy Spacek, Fancy Space People, Sun Araw, Ariel Pink, Joseph Hammer, Sana Shenai (current duo w/ Jimmy Tamborello), Points Of Friction, DJ Lance Rock, Plasmodian World (duo w/ Don Bolles) and a cult founded with children, Brain Sucking Peanunanners. Runs barely-alive Melon Expander label.  





MV Carbon & Ka Baird

MV Carbon’s intention is to heighten our sensory awareness, while amplifying the level of ritual, rhythm, and momentum in sound and movement. Embracing non traditional approaches to “music”, she uses cello, magnetic tape, gongs, amplified objects, electronics, extended techniques, and crafted artifacts. Her current work crosses and connects media such as film, installation, music, painting, performance, sculpture, and writing; while exploring subjects such as interchangeability, the human mechanism, perceptive states of consciousness, and the empirical force of nature. She has done residencies at Q-02 (BR), EMS (SE), Issue Project Room (NY), The Clocktower Gallery (NY), and Roulette, (NY). Upcoming record with Charlemagne Palestine TBA soon!

Ka Baird is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist living and working in NYC. She is one of the founding and continuing members of the group Spires That In The Sunset Rise that was founded in Chicago in 2001. She has toured nationally and internationally with performances at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), MoMA PS1, Roulette Intermedium, Issue Project Room and numerous festival appearances including TUSK (Newcastle, UK), Incubate (Tilburg, Netherlands), KRAAK (Brussels, Belgium), Le Guess Who (Utrecht, Netherlands), and the Festival Of Endless Gratitude (Copenhagen, DK). She has been a music resident at Experimental Sound Studio (Chicago, IL), Pioneer Works (Brooklyn) and was a 2018 Jerome Foundation Artist-in-Residence at Roulette Intermedium.






Shannon Kennedy is an experimental musician, set and costume designer, painter and sculptor. She performs as Nephila and as part of the group Pedestrian Deposit.




Octonomy is the moniker of Heidi Lorenz, a Brooklyn-based sound artist. Octonomy spans multiple genres; from noise and drone to darkwave, industrial & techno. She uses found sounds, voice, field recordings, power tools, noise sequenced through distortion, reverb and hardware synthesizers to create textural soundscapes that vary in structure and duration. In addition to performance and DJ work, she has also done a number of extended sound compositions and sonic programming/design work for experiential spaces and installations. Thematically, her work delves into motifs of loss, repressed desires, occultism & anti-capitalism.




Pedestrian Deposit

Reverse tension, abrasive composition. The duo of Shannon A. Kennedy and Jonathan Borges is best described as visceral and narrative; informed by elements of experimental sound, harsh noise, musique concrete, neo-classical, dark ambiance and performance art but is not beholden to any one genre. It is best experienced live and in the moment to understand it’s full scope. PD maintains an adherence to personal integrity and independence -- both with live appearances and recordings, which are issued through Monorail Trespassing, the record label Borges has operated for nearly 20 years. Their refusal to play into the corporate re-structuring of the music underground remains a consistent mindset. Instrumentation consists of physically activated, sculptural instruments made of wood, metal, strings and springs, and gutter electronics.




Pública is an industrial music project from the artist Federico B. Romero, born in Montevideo, Uruguay, but currently residing in NYC. 


Puce Mary

Puce Mary is the solo moniker of Danish experimental artist Frederikke Hoffmeier. The output is rooted in industrial- noise, sound collage, power electronics and concrete music, with a vast amount of releases - first and foremost on the Copenhagen based label Posh Isolation.




PURGIST combines a variety of classic experimental music tropes such as object/tape manipulation, electroacoustic improvisation, industrial noise and combines them with extensive digital post-processing placing the end result in a musical context.




Raven Chacon & Laura Ortman

Raven Chacon is an American composer and artist. He is known as a composer of chamber music as well as a solo performer of noise music.  

Laura Ortman is a Brooklyn, NY composer, musician and artist. She produces solo albums, live performances and film/art soundtracks.






SADAF H NAVA is a multidisciplinary performance artist, music producer and vocalist. Her focus is the body, its extensions, resistance and confinement. Her rough, industrial noise and haunting vocal improvisations focus on the political machinations of glamor and the construction and deconstruction of femininity. Sadaf's practice incorporates a variety of mediums, often using formal explorations of movement and materiality through a dual urge for confrontational experimentation and narrative cohesion.




Sandy Ewen

Sandy Ewen is an experimental guitarist, artist and architect who has recently relocated to NYC from Houston, TX. She has two new duo albums, one with percussionist Weasel Walter and the other with guitarist Chase Gardner on Marginal Frequencies. She has an upcoming solo LP on Gilgongo Records, and a new Astral Spirits cassette with percussionist Lisa Cameron. Ewen has spend the begining of 2019 performing in Mexico City & will tour the west coast and central US in February & March. She performed extensively in 2018, including at the Sant'anna Arresi Jazz Festival, Experimental Sound Studio Option Series and the High Zero Festival. Sandy spent much of 2017 performing solo sets and in collaboration with Steve Jansen (tapes and electronics) and Maria Chavez (turntables) around Europe. Her other current projects include the trio Etched in the Eye, a duo with Tom Carter called Spiderwebs, the trio Garden medium, and ongoing collaborations with percussionist Weasel Walter and bassist Damon Smith. In years past, Ewen has performed alongside Roscoe Mitchell, Keith Rowe, Lydia Lunch and many others, and has performed and recorded with Jaap Blonk, Henry Kaiser and more. Ewen performed in the experimental rock band Weird Weeds with Sarah Hennies, Aaron Russell & Lindsey Verrill from 2004 until the band's dissolution in 2013. In 2014, she performed at San Francisco's 13th Annual Outsound New Music Summit, and she has made several appearances at Austin's annual No Idea Festival. Ewen's approach to playing is centered around found objects and extended guitar techniques. Photo credit Peter Gannushkin 




Self Toxication

Amplified voice artist, noise musician, etc. His latest solo project, called Self Toxication, explores possibilities of extended vocal techniques and their amplification through feedbacks and re-amplification processes. His unique organic noise coins onliest groove with dynamic physicality. Exploring stages (or anything with PA) all over the world, also as his lifetime project, he has toured Europe extensively, Japan, Southeast Asia, USA, with Self Toxication, as well as Sweatnosiecore duo project, BNSU, and collaborations with numerous other artists. Some of his past stages are listed as below: TOPH X TUSK FRINGE (2018 / Newcastle), allEars (2018 / Oslo), Ende Tymes (2017 / NYC), MultiDOM (2016~ / Over Europe), ART MEETING (2016, 14 / Fukushima), FRIV Festival (2016 / Poznań), MultiMadeira (2015 / Madeira), (LUFF - Lausanne Underground Film&Music Festival 2016, 15), etc. Various releases of his projects can be found via Brain Pussyfication, DBY Records, Deathwave Industries, Larch Records, Mapawi Records, Oxen Records, OOOSOUND, etc. Photo credit Martin Chylík





Shredded Nerve

Shredded Nerve is the solo noise project of Justin Lakes.





pro-celibacy power electronics 






SICKNESS is the harsh noise project of Chris Goudreau started in 1988. Beginning as straight-forward, full blast, harsh electronic purity; SICKNESS is at its heart is contrast and collection of harsh noise. The sound is filled with quick cuts between sources, hard rapid fire loops, sheet metal crash, harsh electronics/feedback, and reverb space. The sound is active. It is seeking to push, pull, or shove the listener into the theme of each piece moving them as the sounds shift, move and flow. Combining modular synth, found sound, noise and tension Goudreau creates a moving soundscape where the listener is an active piece in the puzzle. Photo Credit: Méryll Ampe




Skin Graft

Skin Graft is the bleak industrial noise outlet for Wyatt Howland of NE OH, since 2004.





Sterile Garden

Active for 13 years, with over 35 releases, the project revolves around field recording and tape manipulation techniques. Sterile Garden has toured both in the United States and Europe on multiple occasions as well as ongoing involvement with the Sound and City Project. There have been collaborations with film/video, dance, installation artists, as well as artist residencies in the Netherlands and Zurich, Switzerland. Sterile Garden has gone through various lineup changes over the years, now the solo effort of Jacob DeRaadt.





The Haters

The East Village, 1979 and what would be the first ever performance by something called The Haters. With nearly 450 performances around the world, and just about as many CD and record releases, after 40 years of countless complete and incomplete metamorphoses, both with cast members and performance techniques and strategies, The Haters return to New York to perform at this year’s Ende Tymes.

Artist couple GX Jupitter-Larsen and Jessica King are the driving force behind The Haters. GX involved since the start, Jessica joined in 2004 when she created a dress made of sandpaper for a performance in Venice Beach CA. GX pressed a live microphone all over the dress being worn by Jessica till the mic were destroyed.

Their current performance piece, entitled the Totimorphous Ubiety Guide (TUG), centers around a hand-held analog device that requires two people to operate. While GX handles the controls, Jessica pulls and pushes on the machine’s rigid spring that extends out one side. Every movement on the spring directly affects the sounds available to the controls.





Thomas Dimuzio

Thomas Dimuzio has worked solo and collaboratively with artists including Dimmer, Chris Cutler, Fred Frith, Nick Didkovsky, Matmos, ISIS, Wobbly, Illusion of Safety, Due Process, Voice of Eye, Negativland, 5uu’s, and Mickey Hart. Dimuzio's extensive discography includes releases on RéR Megacorp, Seeland, RRRecords, Asphodel, No Fun Records, Drone Records, Record Label Records, Melon Expander and Isounderscore, while his Discogs.com page reads like a Who’s Who of the underground noise and experimental music world. “Attending a Thomas Dimuzio performance is like lying underneath a web of freeway bridges with your eyes closed; blocking out all visuals except the brief daggers of light that flicker with each passing car. There is a sense of probable dread — metal, wooden or cigarette debris from the vehicles could fly off and injure you — but also one of hypnotized calm, thanks to the amplified hum of Michelin and Goodyear against greased concrete. Dimuzio, a San Francisco electro-noise composer, seemingly replicates this experience with massive, body-vibrating drones punctuated by abrupt, skreeing hits of white noise. His improvised performances — usually performed with guitar feedback and short-wave radio files processed with a laptop and CDJ player-explore the gray area between tranquility and disarray, and they can draw your imagination into a wilderness it will refuse to leave, even when your nerves are shot by so many conflicting emotions.” — Pitchfork Media



Victoria Shen

Victoria Shen is a visual artist and musician hailing from San Francisco and working out of New England. Shen's sound practice is concerned with the spatiality/physicality of sound and its relationship to the human body. Shen’s music floods its location acting as a form of sculpture. Her music features analog modular synthesizers (Flower Electronics), contact microphones, and other hand-built electronics. These instruments are designed to electronically reproduce chaotic systems, systems which are highly sensitive to small changes in their initial parameters. The resulting music eschews conventions in harmony and rhythm in favor of the extreme textures and gestural tones. Shen has performed solo across North America, Western Europe, and Japan as Victoria Shen and under the pseudonym Evicshen as well as with the duo TRIM in North America and the UK. She has also been an artist in residence at Elektronmusikstudion EMS Stockholm, Sweden and WORM Rotterdam Netherlands.




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