Tuesday, December 15, 2009

ZOMBI, ARP and HOURS OF WORSHIP brings mad science on Friday

Zombi, Arp, and Hours of Worship LIVE
Friday, December 18 2009 7:00 PM 18+

Known to the rock and roll community as Relapse Records’ prog-tronica wildcard, Zombi are the culmination of dense, intricately constructed synths and strings over intense polyrhythms. For just a duo, consisting of Steve Moore on keys and bass and Anthony E. Paterra on drums, they produce an immense sound that summons the furthest extremes of their roots metal, no-wave and electronic scenes. They have hit the stage alongside a diverse array of intelligent music purveyors including Don Caballero, Isis, The Psychic Paramount and Trans Am. Their third album Spirit Animal has been noted as their piece de resistance, of which The Needle Drop remarked, “Nothing is worse than great ideas presented badly, and this album clears that hurdle with ease.”
Zombi on Myspace

Alexis Georgopoulos (American, b. 1974) is a composer and artist based in New York City. As ARP, he makes hypnogogic, minimal music, most often with analog synthesizers and, increasingly, classical stringed instruments. Since 2002, he has performed internationally and has been presented in such spaces as PS1, Deitch Projects, MOMA (SF), 303 Gallery, Luggage Store Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery, New Langton Arts, Yerba Buena Center and Frieze Art Fair. He has released work on DFA, Smalltown Supersound, Troubleman Unlimited, Rong, Eskimo, Lo, Root Strata, White Columns & Deitch Projects labels. He has remixed Lawrence Wiener, Lindstrom and Shocking Pinks and has been remixed by Hot Chip, Munk, Optimo and Soft Pink Truth. He is also a member of the groups Q&A (DFA), The ALPS (Type/Mexican Summer) and founded the group Tussle, which he departed in 2007. ARP has also been the in-house sound artist for the REPLICA exhibit at the New Museum.
Arp on Myspace

Trance/dance/soundscape prodigies Hours of Worship trade in clever arrangements of windy keys, samples, and phantom beats. Equal parts earth and space, they translate from headphone to dancefloor seamlessly, with droney synth pads underlying dexterous melodies.
Hours of Worship on Myspace

Tickets also available at:
15 East 4th St
New York, NY 10003

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