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Verges (a sunrise)
Fri. Sep. 9, 6 PM; $8 – $15 donation at door

An evening full of morning. A series of intimate, improvised solo and small-group performances playing with new notions of temporality. A fertile four-hour space displaced through the simul-taneity of daybreak and last light. With Jocelyn Beausire, Casey Adams, Joey Largent, Yaara Valey Perczek.

Autumn + AF Jones + CSTMR
Fri. Sep. 16, 8 PM; $5 – $15 donation at door

An evening of drone and free improv: August fuses American Primitive Guitar with Drone and Slowcore. AF Jones plays lap steel guitar with various preparations in an ambient setting. CSTMR delivers free improv that echoes No Wave and Post-Punk in a tight guitar/drums duo.

Equinox Experiments
Thu. Sep. 22, 7 PM; $5 – $15 donation at door

A celebration of the Autumnal Equinox featuring Meridian Arc (analog synthscapes), Sacred Signs (enveloping, warped drones), I can’t trace time (treated guitar loops), and Kelli Frances Corrado (experimental songstress). Visuals by Brittan Drake of Space Pyramids.

NonSeq: Arugakki
Sat. Sep. 10, 8 PM; $5 – $20 advance / at door

Big drums, choreography, synthesizers, and an abacus shaker… Arugakki is groundbreaking taiko. The inventive duo from Los Angeles debuts new music with help from local artists Alyza del-Pan Monley (dance), Heather Bentley (viola), and Leanna Keith (flute). Curated by Leanna Keith for Nonsequitur’s NonSeq series.

Brad Dutz + Wayne Horvitz
Sat. Sep. 17, 8 PM; $10 – $15 donation at door

Right Brain Records presents an evening of chamber jazz with composer/multi-percussionist Brad Dutz and pianist and Seattle icon Wayne Horvitz. Through their craft and creativity, these master musicians link the past few decades of jazz history and its dynamic future.

Tap 4.0: The Nyxology Sessions
Fri. Sep. 30, 7 PM; $10 – $15 donation at door

TAP 4.0: The Nyxology Sessions are experimental open rehearsals, designed as a hybrid experience for or you to freely explore how and what The Antenna Project’s music inspires you to Be and Do. Bring a yoga mat, a pillow, a pencil and sketch pad, or other expressive tools.

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