Ende Tymes 12
Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation

Blind Date
Bookworms
Dave Public
Dreamcrusher
Eel Tank
Elsie Shiro
Hostility Glutton
Jim Haynes
John Duncan
KIL'T
Kohoutek
Laura Ortman
Magnetic Coroner
Many Many Girls
Marcia Bassett
Mateo Galindo & Warren Realrider
Matt Luczak
Mercury Symbol
Microminx
Octonomy
Pool
Reagan Holiday
Sadnoise
Secret Boyfriend
Spreaders
Sunk Cost
Sunk Heaven
Telecult Powers - just added!
Tom Smith Tribute by Rat Bastard, Mark Morgan, and Don Fleming
Utopia Brigade
White Rhino Taxidermy
Zilmrah

April 15-17
8pm doors

Trans Pecos
915 Wyckoff, Ridgewood NY
L Halsey

all ages

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Blind Date

Blind Date is Tyler Keen/Harsh Noise from NYC. More info: http://blinddatenyc.bandcamp.com



Bookworms



bookperms at gmail

https://bookworms.bandcamp.com/



Dave Public

"Twenty years into the game and there’s no sign of slowing down from lifelong Rhode Island resident, scuzz archivist, snack critic, percussionist and dismusician Dave Public. This is a long awaited compilation of live audio that selects choice cuts from his extensive yet shamefully underrepresented tenure of performance under his own name. Perhaps your town has something like the Providence alternative entertainment district c.2000-present: incomprehensible show fliers, decaying perma-humid live/work/perform zones, a remarkable dose of post-industry, general precarity, and a show tonight that doesn’t start until 1:30am. There’s always an ancient stuffed animal or fifty nailed to the wall as you make your way through the body odor fire code to find some absolutely mutated flea market simulacra of “band” or “music” or “good.” Is the muppet standing next to you laughing or crying? Is this the best nightmare you can remember right now? Good thing you’re not working til second shift tomorrow. With any luck there’s a Dave in your town too. Every show feels like an eternal recurrence but with Dave Public on the bill you always manage to be pleasantly surprised. You’ll hear dextrous sample massage, vague musical precedents, flows of pure noise, ebbs of consonance, an incessant studio practice, any one of thousands of vhs tapes and exactly one zip code. Many pass through these grounds, stopping long enough to appreciate the sleazy flora before moving on, but for others the pursuit is a lifelong commitment. With few official releases or widely dispersed material, Dave Public has been performing his unique mixture of noise with freaks along the east coast for ages, religiously documenting each occurrence whether the sounds burn the barn or build them back up. “Public Anthology Vol.1” brings to its listener a refreshingly different blend, never straying far from an undercurrent of humor to remind them… this is supposed to be fun."

https://holddavepublic.bandcamp.com/



Dreamcrusher

Dreamcrusher is the solo music project of Kansas-born multidisciplinary artist Luwayne Glass, started in 2003. The Dreamcrusher project is a personal, confrontational, concise and challenging series of works. Via their intersecting queer, Black American, non-binary (they/them pronouns) identities, they continue to distort rigid aesthetics of noise and genre with wry sensitivity and passion. Noise and experimental roots with influences of goth rock, hardcore, neo-soul, boom bap, idm, musique concrète and post-punk. With over 40 releases, Dreamcrusher continues to create a loving, inclusive, intense and immersive environment with their contemporaries and the audience, by any means necessary. Based in New York City.

http://dreamcrusher.bandcamp.com



Eel Tank

EEL TANK is the solo performance project of Santa Cruz, California-based musician and visual artist Nicki Duval (they/them), often with live 3D-modeled visuals from Daniel Mangosing (he/him). Drawing from horror and sci-fi aesthetics, Duval merges hard software techno with dynamic vocals. A major focus of their practice is making the outlet of experimental art more approachable, especially for queer youth and teens. EEL TANK released two tapes on the NYC label Embalming Lately - CURE (2018) and Neon Dawn (2020, a split with Pamela_and her sons) - and they are currently working on another full-length record. Duval is also part of the experimental electronic duo WEATHER, which recently debuted with XTRA-PHYSICAL (2021) on Haord Records.

https://soundcloud.com/eeltankk



Elsie Shiro

Death Industrial/Harsh Noise meltdowns from Emmy Lou. Known for curating experimental art and sound events around the Tampa/St.Petersburg area, often for spaces they co-run like the Venture Compound and the In-Between Gallery, as well as for their alien clown performance art project Slime Queen Bingo; Elsie represents a heavier, more intense side of their output. Broken music boxes, squealing and crackling electronics, and glowing red mixer lights combine into a performance where sometimes the most jarring moments are the silent ones in-between.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBKtoUOVudI

Hostility Glutton

Hostility Glutton is the collaborative effort of Jackson Kovalchik (JHK/Coagulative Necrosis), Seven Caso (Eating Scabs For Protein/Coagulative Necrosis) and Samantha Hernandez (Parasite Nurse) formed in Ithaca, NY late 2021.



Jim Haynes

Corrosion and decay are central themes to the work of Californian artist Jim Haynes. He works with a recombinant crucible of shortwave radio, convulsive motors, electro-magnetic disturbances, and electronics in variable states of disrepair, with publications through Editions Mego, Sige Records, Elevator Bath, Monorail Trespassing, The Helen Scarsdale Agency, and many others.

http://www.helenscarsdale.com/haynes/



John Duncan

John Duncan has operated for decades at the cutting edge of performance, video, experimental music, installation, pirate radio and television. He has played a pivotal role in the development of performance art in Los Angeles, of experimental music as a member of LAFMS, of Japanese noise and pirate radio in Tokyo. More info: http://www.johnduncan.org/



KIL'T

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)

http://halfnormal.com/KILT.html



Kohoutek



Laura Ortman

From the rosined-out beast of Laura Ortman’s tough stained violin emerges wings twirling in starlight and oil slickness and shininess; bearing heavy use of amplification and effects, she also incorporates over-rosining to add smoke, dust, wind, and slow-motion grittiness in her scored / improvised compositions for violin. Based in Brooklyn, New York since 1997.

https://thedustdiveflash.bandcamp.com/



Magnetic Coroner

Magnetic Coroner is Weston Czerkies from Ithaca NY. More info: https://primeruin.bigcartel.com/


Many Many Girls

Many Many Girls is Riley Stevens and Ani Ivry-Block



Marcia Bassett

Marcia Bassett is an NYC-based artist working in the areas of sound collage, improvisation, and visual creations. Traversing the underground scene for 20 plus years her sound experimentations are equal parts trance and critique. She has established herself as a true sound explorer performing in all sorts of configurations, whether in groups like Double Leopards, GHQ, and Hototogisu or solo as Zaiimph. Her sound collage pieces utilize electronic and acoustic instruments; detritus fragments; field sounds; and vocal experimentation moving between long-form drone compositions and improvised performances. She is the founder of Yew Recordings and co-ran labels Heavy Conversation (1998-2005) and Heavy Blossom (2004-2010). Her forthcoming solo LP Midnight Xpander recorded at EMS (Stockholm) is due out this June on her label Yew Recordings. No Rent Records released Underlying Structures, under her solo moniker Zaiimph in 2021. Her collaboration with Thomas Dimuzio, Losing Circles, is currently available on Yew Recordings. She frequently joins others in collaborative installations and multimedia projects. Recent work includes FA/CE sound and live visual collaboration with Ursula Scherrer; Buchla Music Easel improvisation with Ted Gordon; sound and video collaboration with Katherine Liberovskaya; Social Entropy a 4-channel sound installation at Human Resources, LA; group collaboration with Margarida Garcia, David Maranha and Manuel Mota, and guitar and violin improvisations with Samara Lubelski.

https://marciabassett.org/



Mateo Galindo & Warren Realrider

Mateo Galindo is a Chicano artist/composer from Carlsbad, New Mexico. Warren Realrider is a Pawnee/Crow multidisciplinary sound artist based in Norman, Oklahoma. Their Duo is built upon sonic sculptural shards from handmade instruments, often made with the elements. Spectral FM frequencies drift while chopped and screwed electronics boom creating a digital natural setting. The distinct sound structures are sewn with electricity into a membrane of focus and provides scope for the unit to meditate on exchange.

http://mateogalindo.com/

https://linktr.ee/wrealrider.ticksuck.sound



Matt Luczak



Mercury Symbol

mercury symbol is the bronx-based harsh noise wall/sound collage project of adonis s. he is a also a poet, artist, and educator.

https://linktr.ee/mercurysymbol

Microminx

Microminx is Stephanie Demopulos an experimental and harsh noise sound artist based in Austin Texas.

https://microminx.bandcamp.com/



Octonomy

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.

http://octonomy.xyz/



Pool

Pool is an intercity collaboration between Christopher Forgues, Ren Schofield, Eric Grieshaber, & Alexander Tominsky. A confused state of awareness emerges from bets made by the member’s sounds. Ende Tymes marks their first live performance in over 3 years.

https://tryhold.bandcamp.com/



Reagan Holiday

Reagan Holiday has been dead for several hundred years, returning to the mortal realm to provide a glimpse into the valley between earth and hell. She’s a multimedia artist, creating veils of dissonance in an event that combines harsh noise with high drag. Buy her a drink if you really like the breakfast scene in Casper. More info: https://www.instagram.com/ReaganHoliday/



Sadnoise

Ifemiwale Shonuga-Fleming is a New York based mixed media artist working with modular synthesizers and live coding environments to create experimental electronic music under the alias, “Sadnoise.” His work explores the intersections of creating immersive sonic environments and conversations between the organic and the synthetic. Femi’s work can be defined as being both textural and generative and he’s most interested in exploring sound as a medium for conversation, translation and expression. Future plans focus on working more with code and audio/visual media formats to further interactivity between sound and perception.

https://sadnoise.bandcamp.com/



Secret Boyfriend

Secret Boyfriend is a long-running solo project of Ryan A Martin of Cedar Village, North Carolina, operator of the Hot Releases label and organizer of the Savage Weekend festival. Memory is a recurring theme, explored via ambient, harsh noise, and various songforms arrived by tape loops, Casio, contact mics and cd-js, and whatever else might be lying around. "Martin’s Secret Boyfriend project allows for a fluidity in form and content, mastering longing through a myriad of languages." - ENXPL description

https://www.discogs.com/artist/1388768-Secret-Boyfriend



Spreaders

Spreaders is a noise/drone project from the catskills



Sunk Cost

Johnathan Cash (curator of Sux by Suxwest, Ultra Metal, 9/11 Noisefest, and sometimes unfortunately known as Noise jester Breakdancing Ronald Reagan) strips away the theatrics, comedy, and bullshit to bring forward an unrestrained, manic homage to classic American and Japanese Noise legends. Pure Harsh Noise that owes as much to the crystal clean heavily-produced cutup masters of today as it does to the one-cut-to-tape brutes of the 90s. All channels in the red; no aesthetics, no art, no brain, no compromise. Currently based out of Los Angeles, California after being banned from Texas, Illinois, and Colorado with releases on labels such as Monorail Trespassing, Idiopathic Records, and Dada Drumming.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZIRc9S3bLM

Sunk Heaven

Sunk Heaven is Austin Sley Julian, who also performs in the contemporary no-wavish band Sediment Club. More info: https://www.facebook.com/sunkheavennycheadache/



Telecult Powers

Performing with custom-built synthesizers, occult synth duo Telecult Powers creates abstract electronic music to explore mysteries, mystic states and magickal systems. After forming out of early collaborations between members Mister Matthews and Witchbeam, the duo moved from Cleveland to Brooklyn where they continued to develop their work over the past few years. Currently based in both Brooklyn and New Orleans , Telecult Powers remains an active creative force in the underground community. Telecult’s recorded work can be found on their own label Temple of Pei, as well as Deception Island, Baked Tapes, Pizza Night, and a few others.

http://www.templeofpei.com/



Tom Smith Tribute by Rat Bastard, Mark Morgan & Don Fleming

"Tom Smith, a relentless musical experimenter and prominent figure in the international noise scene for decades, died on Jan. 20 in Hanover, Germany. He was 65. His partner, Claudia Franke, confirmed to NPR that the cause was colon cancer.
As word of Smith's passing spread, friends and colleagues — including Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, Pylon's Vanessa Hay, and Matmos' Drew Daniel — shared tributes on social media. On Instagram, Moore called Smith a "beyond-post-punk noise provocateur and visionary," while writer Byron Coley described him on Twitter as "a big lunk, impossible to handle and will never be replaced."
"I'm a purveyor of organic folk, a product of environment, a fusion of innate — and perhaps largely wasted — intellect and Southern dyspeptic aesthetics," Smith told The Wire in 2002. "I'm a very happy guy."
Born in Adel, Ga. on April 10, 1956, Smith spent his teen years discovering King Crimson, Sun Ra and, most importantly, the dub innovations of Lee "Scratch" Perry. In 1978 he started the group Boat Of, which included future R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe. He once described their sound as "guitars played through tinny, crackling drive-in loudspeakers, swooping, absurdly overdriven bass lines, re-edited Scientist dubs... with exceedingly sarcastic, willfully cryptic vocals. "
In 1984 Smith moved to Washington, D.C., where he promoted shows at the nightclub DC Space, briefly joined local bands Velvet Monkeys and Pussy Galore and created the group Peach of Immortality. Featuring tabletop guitar, cello, and Smith's tape manipulations, Peach of Immortality courted confusion, titling one of their albums Talking Heads '77. "It was just a ferocious racket and most people didn't get it," Smith told The Quietus in 2020. "But some did!"
Smith's longest-lived project emerged when he moved to Miami in 1991 and met musician and producer Frank "Rat Bastard" Falestra. The pair named their band To Live and Shave in L.A. after a Ron Jeremy porn film. "It fit into my aesthetics," Smith said of the band's name in 2020. "High and low, stupid but immediate." The band's 1994 debut 30​-​Minuten Männercreme was a dizzying barrage of cut-and-paste audio, influenced by Public Enemy's production team The Bomb Squad, and produced by Smith during his off-hours as an audio engineer at the TV network Telemundo. Reissuing the album in 2010, Hanson Records founder Aaron Dilloway called it "a masterpiece that blew my teenage mind wide open... letting all the world's sickness and perversion sneak in and pollute it."
In 2004 To Live and Shave in L.A. recorded Noon and Eternity at Sonic Youth's New York recording studio, with an expanded group that included Moore on guitar and Andrew W.K. on drums. Their final album, As Gods Are Skinned, came out in 2019, inspired by what Smith termed "the absolute calamity that befell humanity in 2016 and the fetid hell we sank into. Why not channel that into music?"
Based in Germany for many years, Smith was prolific until the end of his life, releasing work through his own Karl Schmidt Verlag label. His enthusiasm for collaboration made him a mentor to generations of experimental musicians. "I got the sense that he had been through it all, done everything we had done, thought everything we had thought... synthesizing these higher approaches that we could barely fathom," Andrew W.K. told The Wire in 2008. "And it was so inspiring, the idea that this guy was doing exactly what he wanted to do, making sounds and music that I had never imagined before."
"Music should ideally be entropic," Smith told The Wire. "[It] should move in all dimensions and spatial configurations, and it should fucking kick ass while doing so." (NPR)



Utopia Brigade

Utopia Brigade is the collective alias for the collaborative epistolary soundscapes of the vocalist and visual artist Sarah Viviana Valdez and the composer and visual artist Jeremiah M. Carter. Their recent album, ‘Letters of Affection’, was released on Vienna Press in 2018. They both currently live and work in Brooklyn, NY. More info: https://www.im-creator.com/free/utopiabrigades/letters



White Rhino Taxidermy

Harsh noise from Brooklyn NY



Zilmrah

Zilmrah is the moniker for the Noise/Drone project of Lawry Romani. The project started as vehicle to combine the hand built electro acoustic instruments that he builds with samplers and modular synths to maximize his sound design capabilities. He has worked with many noise artists & musicians over the years to varying capacities either live or studio work. The most recent being Missing Foundation, whom he performed with, recorded & designed instruments for. ZILMRAH is currently on Placenta Recordings.

https://placentarecordings.bandcamp.com/album/zilmrah

 

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