Adam Goodwin (1986, USA) is a double bassist, composer and visual artist currently based in Berlin, Germany. After completing degrees in classical and contemporary double bass performance, he has expanded his musical output to include a wide variety of genres, approach and techniques, ranging from doom metal to abstract acoustic free improvisation, precisely composed “new music” scores to traditional Turkish, Greek and Arabic music.
He has performed throughout Europe, Asia and North America, and is currently involved in a number of projects including Elmer Kussiac, Purgis, Reverse Mode, Nawa Ensemble, the Murmur Collective, the Berlin Soundpainting Orchestra and Orture.
Gardener is Dashiell Lewis - synthesist, field recorder, tape loop enthusiast and former employee of Make Noise Synthesisers.
Having released a slew of trance like releases on such labels as Metaphysical Circuits, lillerne Tapes and most recently the excellent Moss Archive, A PLACE WHERE NOTHING WAS sees Dashiell continuing on his trajectory of reaching higher planes, with two side-long pieces of sublime heady work for Modular Synthesiser and Voice. Recorded in his Richmond, Virginia home, these two 15-minute tracks build, drone, pulse and morph into an organic miasma of heady loops, at once both alien and organic, machine yet human, fuzzing in a haze like fragments of fading memory and warm nostalgia.
Doors 7:30pm | Show 8pm | $6 - $10 | Full Bar