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Aaron Oppenheim solo & Matt Davignon, Suki O’Kane duo – The Luggage Store Creative Music Series | Outsound Presents

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Date(s) - 06/02/2016
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Luggage Store Gallery


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$6-15 Sliding Scale

  • 8PM Aaron Oppenheim — electronics
  • 9PM Matt Davignon — electronics and Suki O’Kane with possibly another person

Aaron Oppenheim, is an American-Canadian Canadian-American currently based in Oakland, who improvises sounds from his laptop. His music straddles the line between noise, drone, and glitch, always emphasizing liveness and in-the-momentishness. He is a member of several bay-area ensembles including Talk More, Architect/Enchantress and GIF Problem.

Matt Davignon’s music is “fragile and gorgeous and stubbornly weird,” according to the SF Bay Guardian. He’s best known for combining drum machine and/or pre-recorded voices with a variety of electronic processing devices to create shifting layers of organic and expressive sounds. His music is inspired by field recordings, natural sound phenomena, irregular and imperfect rhythms, and psychedelic, drone and space music.

Suki O’Kane is a classically trained mallet percussionist, composer and instigator working with artists from a wide array of of music, movement and public art genres. Co-founder of the lo-fi sampling ensemble The Noodles, she plays percussion with Moe! Staiano’s Moe!kestra!, Dan Plonsey’s Daniel Popsicle,and is a member of Thingamajigs Performance Group with Edward Schocker, Dylan Bolles and Zachary Watkins.

Suki has performed live and recorded with She Mob and its side projects: the mad folk duo Junior Showmanship and its alter-ego speed metal Winner’s Bitch. She has performed in realizations of Jon Brumit’s Vendetta Retreat with Lucio Menegon in his Split Lip, Soundtrack Instumentals and Strangelet projects; with Pamela Z and Christina McPhee in their intermedia work Carbon Song Cycle and with Dohee Lee in realizations of her multidisciplinary performance and installation piece Mago.

Also, it’s Matt’s birthday, so you can pinch him, but only today.

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