WHITE OUT at The Tank December 15th

12/15

Insist Instance Instant Mondays

An exciting opportunity arrays itself when you can invite a multitude of performers to gather.
Each of these concerts presents unique performers who have historical and contemporary relationships.
We are happy to listen.

At The Tank East 217 42nd Street between 2nd & 3rd Ave
doors at 8pm, first set at 8:30, $5

White Out
New York’s pioneer experimental project White Out combusted onto the scene in the fall of 1995. The highly charged freakout style of White Out’s early live shows quickly established the band’s reputation.The band’s open-ended invitation to other like-minded innovators to join them in their sonic conspiracy has sired an eclectic mix of collaborators. In recent years they have enjoyed playing regularly with maestro renaissance man Jim O’Rourke, with whom they have recorded two albums to date. Other comrades in instrumental arms have included Thurston Moore, Mike Watt, Nels Cline, MV CARBON and Okkyung Lee. White Out has put out two critically acclaimed recordings on Moore’s Ecstatic Peace label.White Out remains steadfast in its efforts to achieve an incendiary new music, whose time has come. Don’t try this at home.http://www.whiteoutinc.com/

In The Ozone (Tom Bruno/Anders Nilson/Matthew Heyner)
In The Ozone:
the band that is deep in osmosis, in a turbo land that always can permutate and change. Tom Bruno is my favorite drummer, a mentor and friend. here he plays with his most recent collaborators Anders Nilson on guitar, and Matthew Heyner on electric bass. A power trio supreme. A rare glimpse, don’t miss it.

Fred Moore/Matt Mottel/Danny Moore/Brian Osborne Quartet
A quartet of independent minded improvisers who have style and cache to raise the stakes. This band manages to sweep hard with synthesizer resonance, buzzing guitar and distorted clarinet, sonic plucking of tiny instruments, and spot on percussion chatter. Members of Hat City Intuitive/Heaven Peope/Blastocyst/Talibam!

Steve Dalachinsky
steve dalachinsky was born after the last Big War & has managed tosurvive lots of little wars. His poems have appeared extensively in journals on & off line including, Big Bridge, Milk, Unlikely Stories, Xpressed, Evergreen Review, Long Shot, Alpha Beat Soup, Xtant, Blue Beat Jacket, Unbearable Assemblage Magazines, NY Arts Magazine, 88, Lost and Found Times, plus such anthologies as Beat Indeed, The Haiku Moment and the esteemed Outlaw Bible of American Poetry.He has written liner notes for the CDs of many artists including Anthony Braxton, James “Blood” Ulmer, Rashied Ali, Roy Campbell, Matthew Shipp, Roscoe Mitchell & many others.His 1999 CD, Incomplete Direction (Knitting Factory Records), a collection of his poetry read in collaboration with various musicians, such as William Parker, Matthew Shipp, Daniel Carter, Sabir Mateen, SusieIbarra, Thurston Moore (SonicYouth), Vernon Reid (Living Colour) has garnered much praise. His most recent chapbooks include Trial and Error in Paris ( LoudmouthCollective – 2003), Lautreamont’s Laments (Furniture Press – 2005), In Glorious Black and White (Ugly Duckling Presse – 2005), St. Lucie ( King of Mice Press – 2005 ) Are We Not MEN & Fake Book (2 books ofcollage – 8 Page Press – 2005). Dream Book (Avantcular Press – 2005). His books include A Superintendent’s Eyes (Hozomeen Press, 2000) and The Final Nite (complete notes from a Charles GayleNotebook – Ugly Duckling Presse – 2005).His latest cd is Phenomena of Interference, a collaboration with pianist Matthew Shipp (Hopscotch Records, 2005.)
He has read his work extensively in the N.Y. area and throughout the U.S. and Europe particularly in Germany and France.

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