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Sunday, September 1, 2019, 9PM

Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples Of The Moon Revisited + Leucrocuta


Date: Sunday, September 1, 2019

Time: Doors open: 8:30PM
Event start: 9PM

Location: 2 Matilda St.


The Music Gallery and Intersection present

Part of the Departures Series, curated by Tad Michalak
The Jam Factory, 2 Matilda St.
Doors: 8:30PM/Concert 9PM
$30 Regular/$25 Advance online, Rotate This, Soundscapes/$20 Students, MG Members, Arts Workers
The MG and Intersection team up again to present vintage sounds from the future over Labour Day weekend.

Electronic pioneer Morton Subotnick has been creating innovative compositional works with electronics, computers, and alternative media for over 50 years. His large scale electronic composition “Silver Apples of the Moon” commissioned by Nonesuch Records was the first of it’s kind and inspired decades of composers & performers to utilize electronic instruments in modern chamber music. Since then it has become a landmark recording & has been entered into the National Register of Recorded Works at the Library of Congress, of which only 300 recordings throughout the entire history of recorded music have been chosen. Subotnick continues to create boundary pushing music for both electronics & classical instruments. For this rare concert Subotnick will perform “Silver Apples of the Moon Revisited”.

Laura Dickens’ (Slutcode) solo project Leucrocuta sees her venture into dark electronic territory drawing on influence from industrial, ambient and outsider synth pop. Hard drum machines rhythms skitter & flow under layers of her vocals. Swaying like the winds, they coat her sonic landscape as they cut through with sharp hums. Vocal shadows scurry like insects. Leucrocuta feels like a dream often on fast forward, the distorted world seems almost surreal as it melts & shifts. Dickens’ vocals become the only spirits that can inhabit the mutating forest she’s created.

All Ages
We regret that this venue is up one flight of stairs and therefore not fully accessible.

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Sunday, September 1, 2019

Doors: 8:30PM | Event start: 9PM

2 Matilda St.


Ticket Info:

$30 Regular

$20 Members

$20 Students, Art Workers

$25 Advance

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