OREN AMBARCHI + F/I/P +
DONNA PARKER/VIC RAWLINGS
Le Laboratoire Cambridge
Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Non-Event and Le Laboratoire Cambridge present

OREN AMBARCHI
F/I/P (Bill Nace & Jake Meginsky)
DONNA PARKER / VIC RAWLINGS
more TBA

Le Laboratoire (Directions)
650 East Kendall Street
Cambridge, MA
(617) 945-7515 ext. 110
8pm (Doors at 7:30pm)
Admission
Door: $15 general admission, $10 Non-Event members/students

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OREN AMBARCHI is a composer and multi-instrumentalist with longstanding interests in transcending conventional instrumental approaches. His work focuses mainly on the exploration of the guitar, “re-routing the instrument into a zone of alien abstraction where it’s no longer easily identifiable as itself. Instead, it’s a laboratory for extended sonic investigation”. (The Wire, UK).

JAKE MEGINSKY is an electronic musician, percussionist, and composer based in Northampton, Massachusetts. Though best known for his solo work (both under his own name and as Vapor Gourds), he has also been active in a number of collaborative projects, including Slaughterhouse Percussion with John Truscinski and F/I/P with guitarist Bill Nace. His newest solo release, Seven Psychotropic Sinewave Palindromes, was listed in “FACT Magazine’s top 25 albums of 2016 so far.”

BILL NACE is an artist and musician based in Western Massachusetts. He has collaborated with an extraordinary range of musicians, including Michael Morley, Mats Gustafsson, Joe McPhee, Chris Corsano, Jooklo Duo, Chris Cooper, John Truscinski, Thurston Moore, Jake Meginsky, Jessica Rylan, Paul Flaherty, Wally Shoup, and Kim Gordon, with whom he regularly plays as one half of the duo Body/Head. Their critically acclaimed LP “Coming Apart” was released on Matador last September.

DONNA PARKER & VIC RAWLINGS
Duet: Mary Staubitz, Vic Rawlings
Opposite uses of nearly identical methods of generating electronic sound.
Several large amplifiers at capacity.
A single duration.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administrated by the Mayor’s Office of Arts + Culture.