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REMINDER: IT'S TIME TO EAT MUSIC!! Tonite (Nov. 1) Ian Nagoski + Barn Owl - Arts Center - Troy, NY. 8:00 PM

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  • Scott Smallwood
    Hello, this is a reminder that this evening Impulse Response will be presenting an AMAZING concert of improvised, electroacoustic music. Easthampton s Barn
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      Hello, this is a reminder that this evening Impulse Response will be
      presenting an AMAZING concert of improvised, electroacoustic
      music. Easthampton's Barn Owl (it's time to eat music) followed by the
      ambient "warm coursing blood" of Ian Nagoski. DON'T MISS IT!

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      Barn Owl: featuring Chris Cooper - guitar + electronics, Andy Crespo -
      bass, and Matt Weston - percussion + electronics.

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      Ian Nagoski, with special guest Seth Cluett.

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      8:00 P.M.
      $5 general - $3 students

      The Arts Center
      265 River St.
      Troy, NY
      (518) 273-0552

      Ian Nagoski:

      Electronic musician and reluctant writer and organizer, Nagoski typically
      performs his mind-numbing catastrophes in collaboration with videomaker and
      Halana magazine publisher Chris Rice and Pelt guitarist Jack Rose. His CD
      Warm Coursing Blood has been described as both "the aural equivalent of
      watching paint dry" (Alternative Press) and "higher-mind electronics,
      brutal and unsophisticated on one hand, beautiful and truly elevating on
      the other. Listening to this is like examining fractal images through a
      microscope - you'll lose your sense of self," (Bruce Russell, Dead C.) Both
      reactions refer to the contemplative and slow-moving qualities of his
      timbrally dense sound-masses, with both writers reacting differently to the
      issues of attention and time-sense present in Nagoski's music. Neither
      quote particularly evokes his love of sensuously appealing soundfields or
      his enthusiasm for the trans-rationality of human vibrational
      pattern-making, which play an equally important part in his aesthetic.

      MP3's can be heard on his website, at
      http://www.redroom.org/individuals/nagoski/

      We will also be playing some of his music on WRPI 91.5 between 1:30-2:30 TODAY.

      www.wrpi.org

      For more information about this concert and other Impulse Response Events:
      www.ir-music.org
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      Scott Smallwood - iEAR Studios Technical Director
      Clinical Assistant Professor of Computer Music
      Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Troy, NY.
      518.276.2511 (vox)
      518.276.4780 (fax)

      http://www.arts.rpi.edu/~skot
      http://www.ir-music.org
      http://www.arts.rpi.edu/nyquist
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