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extreme electronics 25 march NYC

An evening of extreme electronic music at TONIC (107 Norfolk Street, just
above Delancey, NYC).  There will be separate sets and possible
cross-pollination.  My first appearance in 10 years, catch it while I'm
still alive...

TONIC's press release, below.

David Lee Myers
"Ourobouros" CD of new Feedback Music available now on Pulsewidth!
In NYC at Downtown Music, Kim's Mondo, and Other Music, and through Forced
Exposure, Anomalous, Wayside, Electronic Music Foundation, Recommended, and

David Lee Myers, Tim Perkis, Thom DiMuzio & Elliott Sharp

starting at 8:00pm, $10
Tim Perkis' work has largely been concerned with exploring the emergence of
life-like properties in complex systems of interaction. He is the designer
of the Hub, and has worked with such artists and groups as Chris Brown,
Eugene Chadbourne, Roscoe Mitchell, the ROVA saxophonequartet, Leo Wadada
Smith, the Splatter Trio, and William Wynant. Thomas Dimuzio is a true 
alchemist who can seemingly create music events out of almost anything,
Dimuzio's listed sound sources on his various CDs include everything from
"modified 10 speed bicycle" and "resonating water pipe" to short-wave
radios, loops, samplers and even normal instruments such as clarinet and
trumpet. As a collaborator, he has contributed to numerous artists and
ensembles, such as 5uu's, Chris Cutler, C.W. Vrtacek, Tom Cora, and Fred
Frith. Known for the "Feedback Music" of Arcane Device, David Lee Myers'
electronic feedback matrix produces sounds in a landscape between Jon
Hassel's "fourth world" and David Tudor's "Rainforest"-digital sound beds
and pulsing rhythms evoking insect swarms, nocturnal amphibious 
and gritty datastreams. His new CD, Ourobouros, has just been released on
the newly formed Pulsewidth label . This is Myers first public performance
after a long hiatus! E# has been exploring the outer reaches of
electroacoustic and computer music for decades. Fresh off the plane from
Tokyo, he will present pieces for Powerbook and acoustic interfaces.