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Week of April 6th: Blotter

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Here’s what’s going on this week. One general thing is CMU Spring Carnival is Thurs-Sun. Usually fun to roll through that. Sometimes the headliners are really good, but this year it’s Mac Miller and Iconia Pop. Kind of strange for CMU, but people watching is always fun. 7PM on Friday on the lawn.


A book release/party/event/hangout/reading/social_gathering for Ed Steck’s “The Garden: Synthetic Environment for Analysis and Simulation” published by Ugly Duckling Presse with readings by:

Ed Steck
(Ed Steck is a writer from Pittsburgh.)

Lauren Russell
(Lauren Russell is the author of the chapbooks, “Dream-Clung, Gone” (Brooklyn Arts Press) and “The Empty-Handed Messenger” (Goodbye Better). She is Co-Editor-in-Chief of Hot Metal Bridge.)

Jeffrey Schrader
(Jeffrey Schrader is the author of “Art Fraud” and “gridpattern”. He’s working on something new now.)

Tom Sweterlitsch
(Tom Sweterlitsch is the author of “Tomorrow and Tomorrow”.)

Christine McInnes & Shawn Maddey
(Christine McInnes & Shawn Maddey are co-editors of Barge Press.)

Christine Stroud
(Christine Stroud works as the Associate Editor for Autumn House Press. Her chapbook, “The Buried Return”, is being released by Finish Line Press in April 2014.)

I will have copies of The Garden: Synthetic Environment for Analysis and Simulation.

Two kegs of beer inspired by “The Garden” brewed by Greg Kamerdze with a suggested donation!

Ten minute readings!

Food, music, hanging out, other stuff!

$5.00 to enter. Free if you are dressed up in an elaborate Jack-in-the-Green, Green Man, Green Wild Person suit – a green sweatshirt with green streamers is NOT going to cut it.


friday april 11th


The monthly anything goes blast off
presents special guest:

LFTF / Tuff Wax / Symbols

and DJ sets from residents
Cutups & Keeb$

Jaw Jam is the alias of New Jersey born Will DiMaggio. This young producer’s stellar sound is a genre defying form of futuristic cosmic R&B, heavily influenced by UK Garage. With releases LFTF, Tuff Wax Records, Symbols Recordings, he’s made his mark in the world wide bass scene. Expect a night of warm and soulful bass jams from this rising star.

at the
4104 Penn Ave Pittsburgh
10PM – 2AM 21+
$5 til 11PM $7 after

more info
Lazercrunk is a club night that takes place the second friday of every month at the Brillobox, in Pittsburgh, PA.

The idea of the night is to mix up fun, cutting edge post-genre dance music of all styles without boundaries.


[[ 21+ // $8 cover ]] [[ A-OK is a party for everyone, by everyone. No attitudes. Only open minds. A club where you forget everything going on outside of the walls, and we lose our minds together as one. For the third round, we’re going to get a little weirder. We’re going to challenge you musically. Ready to go on a trip with us? ]]

** Custom-built Impact Audio Sound **
** Support by Obvious Productions, Detour, Honcho and Humanaut **



Deadbeat is someone we’ve all been looking forward to booking for quite some time. He is Scott Monteith, an adopted Berliner via Montreal who has been releasing his own special blend of dub laden, minimal electronics since 2000 for labels such as Cynosure, Intr_version, Revolver, and Scape.

He’s performed at some of the world’s most respected festivals, including Barcelona’s Sonar, Berlin’s Transmediale, and Montreal’s own Mutek. Whether crafting quirky techno, or rumbling heavy dub, Scott continually creates music that honors the past beyond empty tribute or cultural appropriation, by infusing the digital tools of the present with a little of the magic known as human imperfection.

CONTAINER (Providence)
Container, the Providence-based, noise-techno producer, and head of the cassette label ‘I Just Live Here’, is a staple in the American noise underground. Gaining recognition with ‘LP’, his vinyl debut released on Spectrum Spools, Ren Schofield is now a highly demanded artist whose singular brand of cacophonous, hardware-based techno is built around undulating tones, furious gabba-like speeds and slower rhythmic arrangements alike. Schofield’s part of a sonic dialogue includes American labels such as Future Times and L.I.E.S that help bridge the gap between noise and dance.

Be prepared to get weird.


and James Gyre
[Obvious Productions]

Week of March 30th: Blotter

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We’re about to hit April this week. That typically means the madness of spring fever in all its forms takes hold of Pittsburgh. Tons of shows, people and nice (enough) weather.
Looking forward to it.



Monday March 31

Lo-fi guitar gods Purling Hiss return…

Carousel –
Nic Lawless –

Gooski’s / $6 / 21+

File Under: Rock, Noise, Punk

Tinariwen will perform in the entrance space of The Andy Warhol Museum at 8 p.m. Tuesday. It is a Tuareg group from the Sahara Desert in northern Mali.

File Under: African, Punks, Warhol



If, Bwana (NY)
“Al Margolis has been an activist in the 1980s American cassette underground through his cassette label Sound of Pig Music; was co-founder of experimental music label Pogus Productions, which he continues to run. Active under the name If, Bwana since 1984, making music that has swung between fairly spontaneous studio constructions and more process-oriented composition. He has recorded and/or performed with Pauline Oliveros, Ione, Joan Osborne, Monique Buzzarté, Katherine Liberovskaya, Adam Bohman, Ellen Christi, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Jane Scarpantoni, Ulrich Krieger, David First, and Dave Prescott, among others.” -Pogus

Tom Hamilton (NYC)
“Tom Hamilton has been composing and performing for over 40 years, and his work with electronic music originated in the late-60s era of analog synthesis. He explores the interaction of many simultaneous layers of activity, prompting the use of ‘present-time listening’ on the part of both performer and listener.” -WMUA

Joey Molinaro (PGH/NYC)
Acoustic grind violin

White Reeves (PGH)
( ( ((O)) ) )

Lead Pall (PGH)
Joshua Tenenbaum (Dwayne Rifle, Cascade & Columbine) and Anthony Levin-Decanini (Binges, Marketing)
Broken electronics and amplified objects

8pm | $5
abandoned store
2448 woodstock avenue
swissvale pa 15218

File Under: Noise, Experimental, Electronic


a night of experimental musick, plus video screening of recent werk by Lorne Zeman…


Killabytes (internal realmz recs.)

æiRRouR (Nathan of dreg_N)

No Cover
Gus’s 4717 Butler Street

File Under: Experimental, Electronic, Meditative


Thursday April 3rd 2014

tcrps prsnts

PERFECT PUSSY [noise-punk five-piece from Syracuse, NY on Captured Tracks]

ZEITGEIST [intense Pgh peace punks with songs and riffs]

ILLEGALS [dorks n punks kick out jams]

all-ages / $8 / 8pm-11pm

The Shop
4314 Main St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224

File Under: Punk, Noise, The Shop


File Under: Drum & Bass, Ravey

Week of March 23rd: Blotter

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Really full and fun weekend. Ended up checking out Salt, Pittsburgh Batman, Get Weird, the Pix Comix Con, and Horse Meat Disco at A-OK, then finished up the South Park game Sunday and capped it off with Bailey at Pub IG.

Here’s what’s up this week:


I still haven’t made it to this new DIY spot that seems to be booking noise and electronics, but this looks to be a good a time as any.


PANOPLY LAB (Brooklyn, NY)
performances swing violently between the hyper-structural and the indeterminate, dealing with causation, reaction, conception, cognition, and active human practices of construction and reality-projection.

FUTURE DEATH TOLL (Portland, OR) noise/ performance art

noise/ electronic/ experimental core

beat collector/ viberider

comic artist, writer, musician, organizer

proponent of said project is of impermanant identity. Performance will relate to many things.

at Firehazard Studios,
2448 Woodstock Ave, Swissvale
donations of $2-$10 are expected for touring acts


Local favorite Ben Kehoe art show/opening at Lili Cafe 3138 Dobson St. in Polish Hill


OBVIOUS 2-Year Anniversary Show

NATASHA KMETO (Dropping Gems // Portland, OR)


JAMES GYRE (Obvious // PGH)

**Visuals by BEN TABAS**

$10// 21+
March 28, 2014
9:30 pm- 2:00 am

Belvedere’s Ultra Dive
4016 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, Pa 15201



BLOOD PRESSURE (tape release)

Friday March 28th
10 PM

Also thinking about trying to hit up the new Wes Anderson, it’s playing in Pittsburgh this week at the Manor.


Week of March 16th: Blotter

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Fun weekend this past between LAZERCRUNK and HOT MASS, and XYU at Wood St.   Tried out the saucy meatballs at Emporio.   Pretty good.   Been having a blast playing the South Park: Stick of Truth game.    Here’s what’s up this week.



Tuesday March 18th 2014

tcrps presents a very rare evening of experimental improvised sound performance


Bromp Treb [solo percussion/electronics by Neil Young Cloaca of Fat Worm of Error: Turner Falls, MA]

Nick Hennies [solo percussion: Ithaca, NY] Michael Johnsen [solo electronics: Pgh, PA] Anthony Levin-Decanini [solo by Crucible Sound founder: Pgh, PA]


The Shop
4314 Main St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224

BROMP TREB is the onomatopoeic flailings of Neil Young Cloaca. Composing and improvising with intentionally-unstable systems of his own devising, he joyfully uses/misues busted circuits, collaged beats, cheap effects pedals, poor drumming technique, and tape manipulation to make idiosyncratic music / nonmusic.

BROMP TREB 2014 tour trailer:

BROMP TREB live action:

more BROMP TREB info:


Nick Hennies is a percussionist and composer from Louisville, KY currently residing in Ithaca, NY. His work is primarily concerned with an immersive, psychoacoustic presentation of sound brought about by an often grueling, endurance-based performance practice that Nathan Thomas of Fluid Radio described as, “a highly sophisticated and refined performance technique…that starts and ends with listening and encourages a different way of listening from its audience.” He received his M.A. in percussion from the University of California-San Diego in 2003 where he studied with renowned percussionist Steven Schick and is also a member of Meridian, a percussion trio with Tim Feeney and Greg Stuart. Prior to relocating to Ithaca Hennies was based in Austin, TX for ten years where he performed with the Austin New Music Co-op, The Weird Weeds and a variety of other projects.

Hennies is also an interpreter of the work of other modern composers having recorded and performed music by John Cage, Alvin Lucier, Jandek, Peter Ablinger, Kunsu Shim, Jürg Frey, Ellen Fullman, Radu Malfatti, Arnold Dreyblatt and many others. His work as both composer and performer can be heard on a wide variety of labels including Quakebasket, Senufo Editions, Accidie, Quiet Design and many others.

In 2013 Hennies also founded the record label Weighter Recordings for releasing his own work and other new and unusual music by living composers.

File Under:  Experimental, Noise, Improv



Thursday March 20th 2014
A night of experimental, electronic and avant garde music performance. Visual art by Masha MouseBones Vereshchenko .
Featuring —Killabytes (internal realmz)
Kevin Finn w guests Eyeless Face
Geist Divisions

Gus’s Cafe

4717 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15201

File Under:  Experimental, Noise, Electronic


DETOUR PRESENTS:RIVKA [Hoko sounds, Pittsburgh] [Obvious, Pittsburgh] [Detour, Pittsburgh] [Detour, Pittsburgh] By
Ben Tabas

Thursday, March 20th

File under:  Chillwave, Electronic, Techno, Bass
Space Wolves – Lo-fi pop played by punks – punk Funeral – grunge – epicSomething for everyone! Short sets. come rage on a thursday night!
This will start at 10pm! no punk time! $5. 21+
File Under:  Punk, Psychedelic, Rock
Saturday pixcomix
Indie comics expo.   Should be rad.
File under:  Indie comics
It’s that time of the month.  Pierogi night.  This time it’s Yiddish edition.  Pretty much always rules.
File under:  food, pierogis, indie cooks
[[ 21+ // $8 cover ]][[ A-OK is a new party for everyone, by everyone. No attitude. No bright lights or TVs. A club where you forget everything going on outside of the walls, and we lose our minds together as one. We return for a smashing second round on Saturday, March 22, 2014. ]]** Custom-built Impact Audio Sound **
** Support by Obvious Productions, Detour, Honcho and Humanaut **————————–———with HORSE MEAT DISCO [London]THEY’RE BACK. After ramming almost 500 people through the doors (somehow) for Honcho Pride Edition 2013, Horse Meat Disco is back to throw down in the bigger room.

Now approaching their tenth year of existence, the four man dj club collective Horse Meat Disco have continued to lead the way in the disco field with packed residencies at their HQ Eagle London in London’s inner city Vauxhall, Cielo, Output and verious venues in New York, Prince Charles in Berlin and Silencio/Wanderlust in Paris. Inspired by the music and inclusive ethos of New York’s heady club scene in the 80s & 90s the collective have garnered a unique reputation for throwing amazing parties with unmatchable sets. The quartet of djs each mix their own individual interpretations of the disco sound with a soundtrack that marries their expertise and shared knowledge and experience in the field. Expect all manner of dancefloor movers from classic to cosmic to deep disco, italo, punk funk, house, even techno, electric bangers and just plain old rare oddities. The collective always keep an healthy eye on the dancefloor whilst never forgettinggrowing current sounds.


[Honcho, PGH Bro Club, VIA]

File under: house, disco, lgbt fun
412DNB & Pub IG proudly presentBailey Intabeats – U.K.
Metalheadz,Ministry of Sound Radio & BBC Radio 1
Bailey is a presenter at Ministry of Sound Radio, former multi award winning presenter for BBC Radio 1Xtra and BBC Radio 1, Serato Icon plus resident DJ for Metalheadz. He’s recorded tracks for many artists including Goldie, Roni Size, A Guy Called Gerald, Chipmunk, Nas & Damian Marley. Bailey’s great passion is to be the best possible DJ playing the full circumference of Drum & Bass confirmed by a phenomenal tally of bookings stretching around the globePlus 412DNB residents
Sub Q Darby Hoffman
Ninja Papes James Ivan Xavier Forosisky
Pub IG 324 Atwood Street
$10 cover
File under: Drum and Bass, UK
Oh yeah, and thurs, friday and saturday you can catch Pittsburgh Batman.   Saw this show last year and it was a blast.  Love these assholes.

PITTSBURGH BATMAN IS BACK!The live stage production that blew minds last year RETURNS TO THE STAGE! And this time it’s BIGGER, BETTER, and BATTER!Tickets are 25 bucks in advance and 30 bucks at the gate, and they’re available RIGHT HERE:

Featuring music composed by Grand Buffet, as well as performances by an ensemble cast featuring the members of Grand Buffet, indie-rock legend/original ‘vlogger’ Weird Paul Petroskey, Ultimate Donny (formerly of the legendary band Gil Mantera’s Party Dream), drag queen-extraordinaire Varian ‘Tising’ Huddleston, comedian Davon Magwood, and many more. Also making a special appearance in this year’s run of the play is underground hip-hop mastermind Sage Francis!

After rapidly selling out three nights at the prestigious Bricolage last year, PITTSBURGH BATMAN has moved to the illustrious Kelly-Strayhorn Theater in historic East Liberty, and while there are more seats available then there were last year, odds are they’re still going to go FAST. Don’t miss out on this epic event!

Shows are happening on March 20th, 21st, and 22nd, 2014.

While this show is ALL AGES, it does have some raunchy language in it, and kiddies should be accompanied by adults.

more info on the cast and the show coming soon to

File under:  Pittsburgh Batman, Stage Show,  Rap

Week of March 9th 2014: Blotter

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Going to try this out as a feature.   A weekly blotter of goings on, events, happenings or observations, either personal or general.  Mostly “stuff to do”  in and around Pittsburgh, unless I’m out of town or something notable is going on elsewhere.

It’s finally *starting* to become spring-like in Pittsburgh, the weather is bearable, the sun is out, you can hear birds and that means a rash of shows will be on the horizon.



A good lineup of noisy, experimental stuff.   Check the FB post for more details on all the acts.

Hardon Collider – Cincinnati glitchnoise

“Using homemade circuit-bent devices, Hardon Collider damages ears and hearts with an unrelenting storm of electronic bastardized sound. Playing numerous shows both local and abroad, Hardon Collider has cemented itself in time as being one of the greatest unknown endeavors in the history of man.”




“Duh?”  I posted this the other day, so I won’t repost all the details.  Essential new mutant bass / techno / house live set.




They periodically do after (gallery) hours events at Wood Street downtown, typically with good listening oriented electronic music, possibly a keg and definitely BYOB.  And it’s free.   This is one of those.

electronic music :

yxu (live)

antenna (live)
no information at this moment in time.

slinky (compact discs)

ceci n’est pas une rave.



Hot Mass is a weekly afterhours that mostly books house and techno, but has some specific crews curating certain monthly nights.   This week they’re bringing in a really excellent live PA from Italy, Voices from the Lake.  Plus sets from Humanaut crew members Aaron Clark and Relative Q.  Essential.