Pedestrian Deposit

Thursday, April 30th
@ Studium (908 E 5th St #106)
6pm - 9pm (first set begins promptly at 7pm)

FREE/SUPPORT THE OUT OF TOWN ARTISTS

Austin Noise presents:

PEDESTRIAN DEPOSIT (on tour from Los Angeles, CA)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TinyGfFGHcI

-Their second night in town (note: the first show on April 29th at Cherry Park). True legends of the American Noise/Experimental music scene(s). Cello, amplified/bowed metal objects, extreme acrobatics and body movement, harsh electronics, compositional elements mixed with extreme improvisation. There's something for everyone in PD's live performance.-

&

JONATHAN VALDEZ (Houston, TX)

https://soundcloud.com/jonathan_valdez

-Jonathan Valdez, formerly known as THE KING, is a nomadic artist currently based in Houston who works in the fields of Max/MSP, no input mixing, turntable abuse, and additional experimental electronics. He's a truly underrated gem in the current Texas Noise scene and is not to be missed!-

with local support from:

SEPHHEIM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZVxpUFWOcc

-Johnathan Cash (Breakdancing Ronald Reagan), Parham Daghighi (SSBT, Friendship Cemetery), Johnny Hilbun (Coma In Algiers), and Dustin Pilkington (Total Abuse, Burnt Skull) combine forces to show off the heavy side of Free-Improv. Free Jazz percussion, Punk guitars, Kraut synths, and Noise electronics all get thrown into a blender and mushed together. It's a glorious mess. Austin's only Trip Metal act.-

GRANDPA LIES AGAIN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BaHTO29g1I

-Heavy Power Electronics & Industrial sounds with a dark sense of humor. Old-school American PE (inspired by the likes of Deathpile, Bloodyminded, etc) meets a cinema-esque sense of Black Comedy. Expect a Phil Collins cover.-

MORE EAZE VS. ARCHITEUTHIS DUX
https://www.facebook.com/pages/More-EazeMarcus-M-Rubio/241614039194132
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTfn0tOkUc0

-More Eaze is the solo Violin/Banjo/Laptop-Glitchery project of Marcus Rubio, exploring the worlds of ambient music, atonal soundscapes, and sample-heavy avant-garde experiments. It's reserved yet engaging. However, it'll be torn about by the Harsh Electronics duo A. Dux (Kenny Brieger and Tony Duran) delivering punishing sonics and brutal distortions. The best of both worlds.-