Carla Bozulich (avec John Eichenseer) + .cut featuring Gibet + Mensch

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Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 8:30pm
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Suoni Per Il Popolo et CKUT présentent: 

CARLA BUZOLICH

(The Geraldine Fibbers, Evangelista)

  

Jeudi, le 29 septembre, 2011

Casa del Popolo – 4873 St. Laurent, portes à 20h30, $10-12

Billets disponibles à la Casa del Popolo, Cheap Thrills, L’Oblique, Phonopolis, et Atom Heart ou www.casadelpopolo.com

 

"Née à New York City mais ayant grandi à San Pedro (Californie), Carla Bozulich s’est d’abord illustrée au sein de Neon Veins et Invisible Chains (qui ont sorti un album sur New Alliance, le label crée par les membres de Minutemen) puis, au milieu des années 90, comme chanteuse de The Geraldine Fibbers. En 2006, elle sort ‘Evangelista’, premier album enregistré à Hotel2Tango et publié par Constellation dont le titre deviendra par la suite le nom de son projet. ‘Hello, Voyager’ suivra en 2008 puis ‘Prince of Truth’ l’année suivante. Un nouvel album d’Evangelista, ‘In Animal Tongue’, sortira le 20 septembre prochain, toujours sur Constellation. Elle a par ailleurs composé pour le théatre (‘The Maids’ de Jean Genet) et le cinéma (‘By Hook or By Crook’, en compétition à Sundance en 2003), collaboré avec Marianne Faithfull et Marc Ribot sur le spectacle ‘Heaven and Hell’ (presenté à Bochum en Allemagne dans le cadre de la Ruhrtriennale en 2009) et tourné régulièrement en Amérique du Nord et en Europe. Faisant la liaison entre punk, poésie et musique expérimentale, le travail de Carla Bozulich est brut, à fleur de peau et étrangement visionnaire."

 

John Eichenseer – connu aussi sous le nom de JHNO et delicateear- est un musicien nomade, un artiste d’enregistrement et un ingénieur de la musique. Plus récemment, il a collaboré avec Carla Bozulich et Evangelista sur leur quatrième album sorti sous l’étiquette montréalaise Constellation et a tourné avec Carla et Massimo Pupillo en Europe jouant du violon et de l’électronique. Pianiste jazz à ses débuts, il a joué avec Todd Sickafoose’s Tiny Resistors, John Zorn’s Duras, John Evans, Abra Moore, et Tina Marsh’s Creative Opportunity Orchestra. Pour ses concerts solo, il a joué à l’intersection for the Arts de San Francisco, SFMOMA, the Art Authority à South By Southwest, et au festival de musique expérimentale X/XX. Son travail a également touché au monde de la danse moderne, du film et de la performance artistique en collaborant avec la Sharir Dance Company, Sally Jacques, Toni Bravo, Jose Bustemante, et David Jewell.

JHNO a sorti plusieurs albums et apparait sous diverses étiquettes comme Constellation, Instinct, NewDOG/World Domination, Ultraviolet, Crippled Dick Hot Wax, et son propre label Delicate Ear Record. Impliqué dans la création de divers logiciels de musique depuis le milieu des années 90, il a écrit des logiciels pour Björk, Laurie Anderson, Brian Eno, Thomas Dolby, Michael Brook. Avec Cyding’74, il est un des développeurs clé de Pluggo, radiaL, et MaxMSP – tous des logiciels de musique innovants utilisés par de nombreux artistes reconnus tels Aphex Twin, Autechre, Radiohead, Monolake, et Pauline Oliveros.

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http://www.carlabozulich.com/

 

 

Suoni Per Il Popolo and CKUT present: 

  

CARLA BUZOLICH

(The Geraldine Fibbers, Evangelista)  

 

Thursday September 29th, 2011

Casa del Popolo – 4873 St. Laurent, doors at 8:30pm, $10-12

Tickets available at Casa del Popolo, Cheap Thrills, L’Oblique, Phonopolis, and Atom Heart or www.casadelpopolo.com

 

From her early days in the post-punk group Neon Vein and the industrial outfit Ethyl Meatplow to her later work with the Geraldine Fibbers, Scarnella, and on her own, Carla Bozulich's eclectic music is united by an honesty and intensity that is often unflinching, and always compelling. The Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist was a fixture of the city's post-punk scene in the '80s, joining Neon Vein when she was just 15; after giving up drugs and alcohol in her early twenties, Bozulich co-founded the industrial dance trio Ethyl Meatplow. The group had a strong following around L.A. and released several singles and an album, 1993's Happy Days Sweetheart, before disbanding later that year.

 

              After Ethyl Meatplow's breakup, Bozulich went in a very different direction, crafting mournful and eerie alt-country with the Geraldine Fibbers, who were named after Bozulich's imaginary childhood friend. 1995's Lost Somewhere Between the Earth and My Home introduced the group's searing-yet-delicate attack, which was expanded and amplified with 1997's Butch, largely due to the addition of experimental guitarist Nels Cline as a new Fibber. Despite wide acclaim for Butch's searching, ambitious music, the album ended up being the Fibbers' final statement (Sympathy for the Record Industry's What Part of Get Thee Gone Don't You Understand?, which was also released in 1997, was a collection of demos and EP tracks). The band's label, Virgin, wanted a solo album from Bozulich instead of another Geraldine Fibbers release, and the group folded under the pressure. However, Bozulich and Cline's collaboration continued in the form of Scarnella, whose self-titled 1998 album of experimental, improvisation-heavy pieces was even more abstract and adventurous than Butch and led to Bozulich devoting more of her time to improvised music. She also delved into scoring, writing music for the 2002 film By Hook or by Crook and for a production of the play +The Maids by Jean Genet.

 
              In 2003 she released her first solo album, an experimental but spiritually faithful reinvention of
Willie Nelson's classic Red Headed Stranger that featured Cline, as well as Devin Hoff, Carla Kihlstedt, Marka Hughes, Jenny Scheinman, and Nelson himself among her collaborators. The album won Bozulich virtually unanimous acclaim that spilled over to the following year's mini-album I'm Gonna Stop Killing, which expanded on Red Headed Stranger's approach with improvisations based on the album and covers of Neil Young and Marianne Faithfull songs. For 2006's Evangelista, Bozulich moved to Constellation and worked with many of that label's brightest lights, including members of A Silver Mt. Zion and Godspeed You Black Emperor!, as well as Cline and Shahzad Ismaily, a multi-instrumentalist who also performed and recorded with Bozulich's more straightforward rock band, the Night Porter. ~ Heather Phares, All Music Guide

John Eichenseer - also known as JHNO and delicateear - is a nomadic musician, recording artist, and music technologist. Most recently he has been collaborating with Carla Bozulich and Evangelista on their fourth record for Montreal's Constellation label, and toured with Carla and Massimo Pupillo in Europe playing viola and electronics. As a pianist with jazz roots, he has played with Todd Sickafoose's Tiny Resistors, John Zorn's Duras, John Evans, Abra Moore, and Tina Marsh's Creative Opportunity Orchestra. Solo concerts have included San Francisco's Intersection for the Arts, SFMOMA, the Art Authority at South by Southwest, and the X/XX Experimental Music Festival. Collaborations with modern dance, film, and performance art have included work with the Sharir Dance Company, Sally Jacques, Toni Bravo, Jose Bustemante, and David Jewell.

JHNO released 3 full-length solo CD's, a 12" single, and two albums with John Ridenour as the band SPOOL. He has appeared on Constellation, Instinct, NewDOG/World Domination, Ultraviolet, Crippled Dick Hot Wax, and his own Delicate Ear record labels. JHNO has been involved in creative music software since the mid 1990's, and has written software for Björk, Laurie Anderson, Brian Eno, Thomas Dolby, Michael Brook. With Cycling '74 he was a key developer for Pluggo, radiaL, and MaxMSP - innovative music software that is used by thousands of artists, including Aphex Twin, Autechre, Radiohead, Monolake, and Pauline Oliveros.

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Press Relations/ Infos – 514-284-0122 or info@casadelpopolo.com

http://www.carlabozulich.com/