Explorations in New Music Mar. 16 @ 9pm – Mark Nelson’s Sympathetic Frequencies & The Plastic Waste Band

MARK NELSON’S SYMPATHETIC FREQUENCIES

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Artists:
Mark Nelson – drums & composition // Lex French – trumpet // Caoilainn Power – alto sax // Nicolas Bédard – bass

Bio:
Space is the place, according to the frequencies forged from this ensemble. Plunging into the depths of the musical unknown with their courage, communication and creativity, they form unique improvisations and interpretations.   Witness this sonic journey in realtime as the group weaves their sympathetic frequencies.

Listen to “Départ”, a new work by Sympathetic Frequencies,  here. 

THE PLASTIC WASTE BAND

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Artists:
Ethan Cohn – bass, compositions // Chris Edmonson – alto sax // Claire Devlin – tenor sax // John Buck – drums

Bio:
The Plastic Waste Band is a project inspired by humanity’s relationship with our own environment and our insistence on destroying that which sustains us. Comprised of accomplished musicians from all over the U.S. and Canada, the band released their debut album in August 2017 and have since donated all proceeds to various charities dedicated to environmental conservation. Their music explores the duality between the grounded and the ethereal, transitioning fluidly between their diverse influences of jazz, psychedelic rock, and beyond, while always maintaining at its core the spontaneity of improvised music. The Plastic Waste Band performs frequently in Montreal and will release a second album in the spring of 2019.

Listen to The Plastic Waste Band’s latest release here.

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