Greetings! I hope this finds you well. This month our Noozletter breaks yet another record. Dammit, I knew those 78rpm shellac recordings were too damn delicate to frisbee. No, not that kind of record – THIS kind of record.: We’re publishing on time twice in the past six months. We sure must have a lot of time on our hands.
Actually to the contrary, things have been quite busy in our Tokyo headquarters. Not only have we been hard at work planning for our upcoming spring concerts (with details below) but also working on a commission for a new multi-channel work for the BEAST system in Birmingham UK (April), concerts in France (June) and the launch of a new project with Germany based artist/composer Miki Yui (“Realistic Monk”) that is planning to tour in Europe this September. More information on these things in the newsletters to come, and of course you can also stay up to date by keeping your eye on our newly refreshed and refurbished website, http://www.sukothai.com or our Facebook page. But for the moment, here’s this month’s nooz:
Thu Feb 4 WORLDWIDE VIA INTERNET 6PM-8PM PST
Carl will be a guest on internet radio station DUBLAB, as a guest of the redoubtable Lady C. He’ll talk, play some recordings and do a live set on the air! Accessible anywhere in the word via the link below, here are some sample time zones to hear the interview and performance:
LA/SF: 6-8 PM Thursday Feb 4
NYC: 9-11 PM Thursday Feb 4
London: 2-4 AM Friday Feb 5
Paris: 03h00-05h00 Friday Feb 5
Bangkok: 09h00-11h00 Friday Feb 5
Tokyo: 11h00-13h00 Friday Feb 5
Try to tune in!!
Fri Feb 5 LOS ANGELES CA 8PM
410 Cottage Home St.
Los Angeles CA 90012
Map (English) at https://goo.gl/maps/p25tG5RuBLz
Carl Stone and Phill Niblock. A historic first, produced and presented by VOLUME. The event takes place at Human Resources, in the Chinatown area of LA, near both beautiful Chavez Ravine and tasty Phillipes The Original. You won’t want to miss this!
$20 pre-sale and $25 at the door.
Mon Feb 8 OAKLAND CA 7:30 PM
MILLS COLLEGE ENSEMBLE ROOM
5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA 94613
Carl returns to Mills College after a 20 year absence to perform as part of the Songlines series, an interactive event where audience members can question and discuss with the artists. get up close and personal in the Mills Ensemble Room. He’ll talk about his early roots studying with Morton Subotnick and James Tenney, give a rundown of more recent activities, discuss musical life living in Tokyo, and present some recent works from his “Acid Minsoku” series.
For more information about this event, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed Mar 2 VALENCIA CA 8PM
CAL ARTS WILD BEAST MUSIC PAVILION
24700 McBean Pkwy Valencia CA 91355
Map (English) at https://goo.gl/maps/LGkHUtt7yNL2
Carl Stone And Ulrich Krieger, first public performance EVAH! This will take place at the The Wild Beast, the unique and highly flexible, acoustically optimized performance outdoor space at the California Institute of the Arts. Check back here for details, coming soon!
Sun Feb 28 NEW YORK NY 4PM
58 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Carl moderates a post-concert panel as the final event for MUSIC FROM JAPAN FESTIVAL 2016, which runs during the weekend of February 27-28. The concert itself will include music by Masahiro Miwa, Haruyuki Suzuki, Hiroyuki Yamamoto and others.
$20, ($15 for students and seniors)
On the horizon: New York City, Bard College, Boston in the Spring. A 2 LP set of early works on the Unseen Worlds label. AND MORE!
Keep your ears peeled!
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