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Oct.8: Brooklyn's Loop 2.4.3 @ Galaxy Hut w/ Lost Civilizations

Monday October 8, 2012 at 9:00am
Galaxy Hut
2711 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA, Virginia 22201

On October 8, 2012 Arlington Virginia's Galaxy Hut presents [Loop 2.4.3]‘s electric New York
Percussion Duo in a special touring performance that brings together classical music and fine
art with Americana, roots music, and electronic mediums. The music is largely from the highly
acclaimed 2012 release American Dreamland, and the images are by NYC painter Jon Waldo.
This Arlington appearance is a continued collaboration with Lost Civilizations, and the two
groups’ second appearance at Galaxy Hut, famed for its live music and craft beer. Monday,
October 8, 2012, 9 p.m. at Galaxy Hut, 2711 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201. $5 admission at
the door. Information at[masked]-5243.

Over the last 8 years [Loop 2.4.3]‘s New York Percussion Duo has toured the country,
developing its own brand of percussion-based music, sometimes adding voice, electronics,
keyboards and strings. Their performance at Galaxy Hut will consist mainly of music from their
newly-released 3rd album, and will showcase the steel drum, marimba, Native American flute,
and two instruments of their own invention: the Rose Echo, and the Elog (electronic log drum).

[Loop 2.4.3]’s much lauded live performances have earned responses such as “fascinating”,
“richly detailed”, “hypnotic” (Time Out New York), “mesmerizing” and “stunning” (Time Out
Chicago), “Transportive” (the Boston Phoenix), and in a nod to their originality, NPR’s Fresh Air
said that “it all sounds like part of a well-thought-out tradition. Only the tradition has never
existed until now.”

Copies of the new album will be available on CD and 12” vinyl, as well as posters and T-shirts
featuring Waldo’s colorful artwork.

Veteran performers/composers T.A. Zook and Mike Sebastian create immediately enjoyable, yet
endlessly complex soundscapes that seem to conjure a hyper-advanced, yet ancient parallel
dimension. The duo regularly feature top improvisers in the greater DC area to compliment their
electric strings, saxophone, and various loopers and effects.

Monday, October 8, 9 p.m.
Loop 2.4.3’s : “American Dreamland”
featuring the New York Percussion Duo
with Lost Civilizations
Galaxy Hut
2711 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22201

Tickets: $5 at the door
Web: www.galaxyhut.com

For more information on Loop 2.4.3:
Web: www.loop243.com; www.youtube.com/243loop
Email: [masked]
Telephone:[masked]

The Lost Civilizations experimental music project (http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=1155289) is a duo comprised of Mike Sebastian (bass clarinet; tenor sax; saxello) and T. A. Zook (basscello). It began in 2008 and has featured guests such as Larry Gomez (tabla, cymbals, misc. percussion), Doug Kallmeyer (bass; electronics) Louie Rozier (flute; percussion), Jerry Busher (multi-instrumentalist), Aaron Martin (alto sax, soprano sax), Emre Kartari (percussion), Scott Verrastro (percussion), Jason Mullinax (percussion), Emily Chimiak (vocals) and Angela Morrish (vocals). Monday's performance will feature Ben Azzara (http://www.benazzara.com/).

Performances by the Lost Civilizations experimental music project are totally unscored, unrehearsed and extemporaneously improvised on the spot; no two performances are identical. It has been described as:

"Combining atmospheric strings with Ayler-esque expression, this group provides a fundamentally different approach to improvisation, with a focus on mood, landscape, and intensity. "

Links to free downloads of recordings by the Lost Civilizations experimental music project:

http://bit.ly/K8IJu6 (June 14 live performance at Baltimore's An die Musik with Doug Kallmeyer and Jerry Busher)

http://archive.org/details/oz047 (a live performance, with Angela Morrish (Phonic Riot; Washerwoman) on vocals)

http://bit.ly/sCS93C (a live performance by the Lost Civilizations experimental music project with Jerry Busher (Fugazi) on percussion)

http://bit.ly/uITI6n (with Angela Morrish on vocals and Doug Kallmeyer on electronics)

http://bit.ly/sH47iX (a live performance by the Lost Civilizations experimental music project with pedal steel icon Susan Alcorn)

http://bit.ly/Aj3kVY (a live performance by the Lost Civilizations experimental music project with Sam Lohman (Akris; Trio OOO) on percussion)

http://bit.ly/Aq45TN (a live performance by the Lost Civilizations experimental music project)

http://bit.ly/sLb7dw (a live performance by the Lost Civilizations experimental music project with Ben Azzara (DC Improvisers Collective) on percussion)

http://archive.org/details/oz033 ("Lost Civilizations VII", with Larry Gomez on percussion)

http://bit.ly/Kh1wST (May 15, 2012 live performance at Dynasty Ethiopian Restaurant)

http://bit.ly/KOJcCC (May 19, 2012 live performances at Artomatic 2012 with Doug Kallmeyer and Jerry Busher)

http://bit.ly/KlIzCu (May 20, 2012 live performance at Arlington's
Galaxy Hut with Doug Kallmeyer)

http://bit.ly/LGcOUs (June 21 live performance at The Fillmore Silver Spring)

http://bit.ly/M3xDbZ (July 15 performance at Capital Audiofest 2012)

http://bit.ly/TQ5c5r (August 18 benefit for the Sonic Circuits Festival of Experimental Music, featuring Doug Kallmeyer on electronics)

http://bit.ly/PiKrvZ (August 21 performance by Doug Kallmeyer, Ben Broeking & T. A. Zook @ Dynasty Ethiopian Restaurant)

Additional postings: http://modisti.com/12/members/zook/profile/;
http://www.soundclick.com/tazook ; http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/8852179.

For additional information: [masked]

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