Thursday, July 15, 2010
ArtScape Stage at the University of Baltimore Performing Arts Student Center
High Zero Foundation's 24-hours of extremely varied music sponsored by Baltimore Office of Promotion and The Arts.
Friday, July 16th, Free
2pm- Robby Rackleff: Eccentric multimedia monologist.
3pm- Aaron Henkin: Producer of the Signal presents original radio documentaries.
4pm- Square Pi: Experimental vocalist and sound-collage artist.
5pm- Baltimore Sacred Harp: Oldest American a cappella singing tradition comes alive.
6pm- The Hammered: Grandiose theatrical heavy metal ensemble.
7pm- Weyes Bluhd: Dark lo-fi ballads.
8pm- Janitor: Homoerotic industrial performance electronics.
9pm- Annex Theater: Psychadelic dream-like theater work with puppets, live music, actors, and projection.
Saturday, July 17th, Free
12pm- Avocado Happy Hour: Tuneful percussive oddities.
1pm- Turquiose Cats: Electro feline minimal electronics.
2pm- The Creepers: Wacky tortured songs with great lyrics.
3pm- Jason Urick: Baltimore ping pong icon and legendary laptop jammer.
4pm- Singers Madrigale: Wandering Traditional Renaissance voices.
5pm- Stuart Saunders Smith: Avant-garde classical music.
6pm- Summer Games (Schwartz/Fell/Boeldt): Money hungry boy band.
7pm- Death Race 2000 (Broydelic Sidecar I + Stewart Mostofsky): Conceptual experimental supergroup meets 70's Carsploitation film.
Sunday, July 18th, Free
12pm- Jah Hannibal/Aaron Martin/Britton Powell: Down-to-earth cosmic free jazz.
1pm- Nothingberry Plasma: One-man electronics and drum psychosis.
2pm- Question Mark: Kid-powered experimental rock.
3pm- Jeff Carey: Globe-trotting experimental electronic musician.
4pm- Andrew Bernstein: Electronic free-wheeling post-song rock.
5pm- Yoshiko Ohara w/ Gerry Mak: Doom and gloom from members of Bloody Ailuropoda melanoleuca.
6pm- Embarrassment Poems: A cavalcade of experimental language.
7pm- Baltimore Experimental Dance Group: Unusual movement and inspired oddity.
See the full schedule of events here: http://www.exotichypnotic.org/