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Thursday, June 11th
LXV, Asound & Forest Management
Experimental Electronic Performances from Cleveland and Philadlephia!
LXV
Music On The Fringes
Join us for a night of diverse and innovative electronic music from Cleveland and Philadelphia! Performances by LXV, Asound, Forest Management, and Mark Johnson.

LXV:
LXV is the most recent project by US electronic musician David Sutton who works as an internet archivist by day and performs/records electronic music within various collaborations and also under the use of several monikers (formerly Current Amnesia). He was one half of the avant rock duo Car Commercials and has releases on Monorail Trespassing, soft abuse records, Sacred Phrases, Centotaph records, and Fuck It Tapes. Sutton was commissioned by the Greenwall Foundation of NY to create a piece for Issue Project Room’s unique overhead PA system in conjunction with their New Roratoria Emerging Artist Series. In light of his recent work as LXV in 2014, he has been described in The Wire as an underground noisemaker of a refreshingly different grain for the digital age, focusing on “sleek, jagged contraptions” that reflect “ideas of virtual utopianism.”

“Sirens”, a collaborative LP with Organist and composer Kara-Lis Coverdale debuted May 19th on Umor Rex Records from Mexico City. “Sirens” has been described as “mythical beings producing some absolutely beautiful sounds while sounding ever so faintly dangerous. It is so entrancing you barely ever notice the subtle menace.” (Fact Magazine) and “Morphing between humane, mephitic and cursed states, luring and betraying the listener, glowing in technicolor before venturing into the hatched acidophilic prisms” (Ambient Exotica)
article on recent release:http://www.factmag.com/2015/05/12/explore-the-dangerous-beauty-of-sirens-the-new-record-from-kara-lis-coverdale-and-lxv/
bandcamp – http://lxvlxv.bandcamp.com
soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/lxv
facebook – https://www.facebook.com/lxvsound?fref=ts

Asound:
Asound is the electronica music project of Matthew Ryals based in Cleveland, Ohio. After finishing his classical guitar studies at Cleveland Institute of Music, Ryals ventured out unaccompanied to write and record his own music at home. The first document of this process was self-released last year under the title, Feel Out. His latest offering, a four track EP called Weekend Sonata, is out now on Low Hanging Fruit, an imprint of Kompakt. Sitting comfortably between genre chairs, Asound’s sonics are difficult to categorize, but easy to understand, rich in atmospheric textures and melodic outbursts. The deeply engaging soundscapes, hazy rhythms, and multitimbral jams quickly reveal ascendancies from both the dance floor and living room factions, meticulously carving out their own cozy habitat.
Asound:
website – http://asoundmusic.tumblr.com
soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/matthew-ryals
facebook – https://www.facebook.com/asoundmusic

Forest Management:
Forest Management is John Daniel (b.1989), an American musician currently living in Cleveland, Ohio. The project began in 2011 with an environmental ambient composition for the Lake Erie Nature & Science Center, entitled Music For Stargazing. In 2012 Daniel started releasing ambient music on a more drone-centered, minimal, and personal level. “As Forest Management, John Daniel records profoundly elegiac drifts of ambient music that disarms everything in its path.” – Decoder Magazine
Forest Management:
website – http://forestmanagement.us/
soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/forestmanagement
facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Forest-Management/228874530459676?fref=ts

Mark Johnson
Of Hunnie Bunnies and Truck Stanley’s Night Dreams
https://soundcloud.com/juicy-watermelon/truck-stanleys-night-dreams

Event:
LXV, Asound, Forest Management, & Mark Johnson
Start:
June 11, 2015 @ 8:00 pm
End:
June 11, 2015 @ 11:00 pm
Cost:
$7 – $10
Venue:
AUX
Phone:
215-238-1236
Address:
319 N 11th Street, Third Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107 United States
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