Blevin Blectum, Thomas Dimuzio, Quivering Lip, Mal Sed

Date(s) - 07/13
8:00pm - 11:30pm

Peacock Lounge

552 Haight Street
San Francisco, CA

Blevin Blectum, Thomas Dimuzio, Quivering Lip, Mal Sed
Thurs July 13 8pm-11pm Peacock Lounge, 552 Haight, SF
All-ages, $5-$15 no one turned away for lack of funds.
Please rapid-test day of show, keep each other healthy!

Blevin Blectum
Sci-fi fantasy in its most decadent technicolor forms fuels the journey of OMNII, Blevin Blectum’s latest solo adventure. The soundtrack to a lost space opera to fit perfectly in the gaps between Barbarella, The Beast in Space, and Planet of the Vampires. Blevin Blectum is half of the duo Blectum From Blechdom, who recently returned from deep space hibernation with their album ‘Deep Bone’, also on Deathbomb Arc. She recently relocated from Seattle to the wilds of the Mendocino Coast. (Video for Soft Death)

Thomas Dimuzio
This is the wizard the land of Oz wished for, boundless, benemalevolent, shrouded in torrents of sound, daring lions to speak and machines to feel. Come set your straw brains alight to melt your metal heart as your furry ears purr and yowl. Innovative techniques of sound synthesis, signal processing, custom crossfade looping and algorithmic mixing fuel this synergy of man and machine. Since the 1980’s he has performed and recorded with Fred Frith, David Lee Myers, Dan Burke, Due Process, 5UU’S, Matmos, and Negativland. Dimuzio also operates the Gench recording studio and record label where he’s recently been busy mastering all those sci-fi and horror soundtracks for Waxwork Records!

Quivering Lip
Direct unembellished and bare, there’s no hiding behind convention… well other than amplification. Harsh noise happens. Coming all the way from Portland to San Francisco to turn ten minutes of your life into an indelible sensation, scar, or whatever, this won’t be some leisurely exploration so be inside the Peacock Lounge by 8pm.

Mal Sed
Long time collaborators Matt Parchinski & Peter Lamons are based in San Francisco performing improvised electronic sounds and sights. Tonight they’ll debut a new piece, Doosan, exploring phasing granular fragments, relabi shifting rhythmic centers, and Organic Stupidity.