Cuddles (Brian Ruryk & Andrew Zukerman) + H. de Heutz + Mark Molnar + The Dead Are Those Who Have Di
CUDDLES (Bria Ruryk & Andrew Zukerman)
Avant trash collage meets guitar shred duo Cuddles re-unties for what is sure to be another performance of cathartic chaos at The White House. Consisting of collage artist Andrew Zukerman (Gastric Female Reflex, Fleshtone Aura) and local avant-garde legend Brian Ruryk, these two buds bounce aural jokes of each other with the levity of a young animal exploring the world for the first time. Contact mic garbages heap percussion explodes through tape sounds. Shredding guitar riffage, degenerates into squealing feedback. Don't miss this rare performance, come with your avant cred!
H. DE HEUTZ (http://www.sulpont.ca/hdh/)
Ottawa based collage/industrial duo, mixes live instrumentation with collaged samples. Industrial angular guitar & drum tones mix with twisted electronic frequencies, blistering over samples, melding lost phrases together. Repetitions ideas cut & pasted, re-assembled into ridged frankenstein compositions.
MARK MOLNAR (https://soundcloud.com/blackbough)
Ottawa based cellist & composer Mark Molnar comes to Toronto to preform a set of cello music. His playing is rough & angular, evoking memories of 2000's noise rock bands, with his speed & amplified distortion. Bristling harsh blasts prickle out of ominous string squeals. He juxtaposes these harsh textures amongst beautiful weeping & wavering, delicate moments. A hidden gem from our forgotten capital city. Seriously do not sleep on this!
THE DEAD ARE THOSE WHO HAVE DIED (http://www.the-dead.org/)
One man free improv noise guitar destruction unit. From avant bleep & bloop impersonations to junkyard scrap metal screeches, frequencies bounce around his compositions like a stray bullet ricocheting off an infinite amount of metal machinery. Glitched out heavy notes scrape off the guitar. For fans of Christian Marclay, japanese psych and factory work.
Plus spinning all night DJ Sandro Perri
All this, only $6
Come out & support weird music in Toronto. You will be pleasantly surprised, trust me!