Plancklength + Morher + Noel Kennon

A night of original electroacoustic works presented in a six-channel surround sound.

Plancklength is a multidisciplinary sound-art collective consisting of Jeff Anderson, Chloe Wicks, and Blake DeGraw. Their work celebrates sound as a physical phenomenon and typically explores music as a three-dimensional construct. Plancklength’s surround-sound works have been featured internationally as part of Vox Novus’ 60×60 concert series, and they … Read More


Radon Daughters & Guests

Radon Daughters is a free improvised sound collaboration of between Patrick Neill Gundran (Uneasy Chairs), Clifford Dunn, Blake DeGraw (FHTAGN, Plancklength) and horridus (devilsclub). Tonight they will be joined by Butoh artist Kaoru Okumura. Exploring the interaction of sound, movement and light without expectation, the goal is no goal.

With guests:

Caspar Sonnet is a composer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist currently … Read More


Tom Varner & Friends: End of Summer Sound Vespers

I have really enjoyed some special collaborations with members of the Seattle Phonographers Union together with live instrumental improvisers, over the past four years. We’ve done three concerts with different instrumental combinations, and this will be our fourth, this time returning to our original setting of field recordings, mixed brass, and percussion. These concerts have been, frankly, magical — … Read More

Tom V photo by chris Davis 2010

Rest & Digest

Rest & Digest is an evening of experimental music and poetry. Guests are invited to bring blankets and repose for the sets. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Ashley Eriksson Project a psych-techno music group based on Whidbey Island. It is composed of Ashley Eriksson on vocals and spacious storytelling, and Gabe Adams, Elijah Moore and Nick Toombs … Read More


Karen Bentley Pollick, violin

Presenting an array of electronic music with violin performed recently at Stanford University’s CCRMA, SPECTRUM Female Composers Festival in Brooklyn, and CINETic in Bucharest.

David A. Jaffe: Impossible Animals for violin and computer generated voices (1989)

Constantin Basica: The Making of “The Making of a Violin” (2018)
concept, text, soundtrack and video by Constantin Basica, recorded and live improvisations by Karen Bentley … Read More


The Living – Part 2: Contemporary Music for Solo Piano

This piano recital celebrates the diversity of music in our time with works by celebrated British and American composers. It ranges in style from neo-romanticism to jazz-classical fusion, and in inspiration from the English countryside to the shores of the Pacific. The recital also commemorates the birthdays of Howard Skempton (70) and Frederic Rzewski (80). The piano is joined … Read More

Eric McElroy