Date(s) - 01/17/2019
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Luggage Store Gallery
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$6-15 Sliding Scale
An extremely rare appearance by Bay Area torch-bearing experimental/new music die hards. We grunt, we groan, but we don’t flicka da wrist.
Another act to open … To be announced.
- Lx Rudis…ancient synthpunk type rocker dude, transgressed into the realm of Interactive Entertainment when software was sometimes sold in plastic baggies. As a Virtual Reality Worker, he made many beeping sounds, attended lots of meetings and helped little cartoon characters learn how to run around in little cartoon dungeons. For that trouble he was eventually abandoned in a real dungeon full of herdable cats. Several times he left, only to be dragged back in by the remorseless felines. He’s enjoyed a bit of freedom recently, but the mewling and rattling of chains continues unabated from that battered oak door over there and it has been getting louder…
- A native of San Francisco, André Custodio began playing congas at age 11 thanks to the encouragement of his neighbor, Karl Perazzo (Santana). Perazzo was his first percussion teacher and introduced him to afro-latin rhhythms. Custodio landed his first gig on nationally syndicated television in San Francisco for a children’s television program that featured a kid band. As a teenager, Andre played congas in his father’s cover-rock band, playing small clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area, thereby beginning his extensive involvement in the Bay Area music scene. He eventually became the drummer for the band.
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The mission of Outsound Presents is to encourage experimental musical composition, improvisational performance, and the invention and use of new musical instruments. Genres include jazz, the avant-garde, found sound, noise art, musique concrète, minimalism, and the unnamable. We support the presentation of original works of new, creative, and experimental music and sound while raising public awareness of local and touring musicians as an alternative to both traditional and market-driven music.