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Theatre Intangible

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Experimental improv music podcast from Nashville, Tennessee.

Latest Episodes

E110 Hertenstein/Hunt/Sevits 2013-02-26

EHere’s Theatre Intangible episode 110: Hertenstein/Hunt/Sevits, recorded on September 13th, 2013. Joe Hertensteinis a New York City-based drone/avant-garde/free improv drummer, originally hailing from Germany. He’s played with heavy hitters such as Mat Maneri, Anthony Coleman, Ken Filiano, Frank Gratkowski, Jon Irabagon, Achim Tang, Mikko Innanen, Todd Neufeld, Simon Jermyn, and Thomas Heberer. How did this [...]

--2014 FEB 27
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E110 Hertenstein/Hunt/Sevits 2013-02-26

E109 Lyrebird Artist Showcase 2013-02-17

EHere’s Theatre Intangible podcast 109: Lyrebird Artist Showcase, recorded on February 15th, 2013. Lyrebirdis an experimental improv duo featuring Jeremy Bennett on electronics and Craig Schenker on saxophone and flute.Jeremy takes samples of Craig’s live sounds and weaves them into ever-evolving loops, which also feature field recordings and electronic synthesis. Craig then improvises new parts [...]

55 MIN2014 FEB 18
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E109 Lyrebird Artist Showcase 2013-02-17

E108 Savage Knights Artist Showcase 2014-01-05

ESavage Knights are an avant-jazz and rock n' roll instrumental band from Raleigh, North Carolina. They start things out with an experimental improvisation featuring Mike on my Hammond student-model organ and then they perform some of their prepared material. For links and more info, check out the show notes at TheatreIntangible.com.

--2014 JAN 5
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E108 Savage Knights Artist Showcase 2014-01-05

E107 Age Artist Showcase 2013-12-19

EAge is the "horizontal sound composition process" of Josh Gumiela and Luke Rainey, and it's based around a very innovative technique. One artist presents a sound. The other samples that sound and alters it in some way – perhaps speeding it up, slowing it down, degrading it, or chopping it up. The first artist then samples the altered sound, the other artist then samples the altered altered sound, and so on. Soon the sound becomes unrecognizable and the improv progresses in an indeterminate direction, much like the pointer of a Ouija board.

--2013 DEC 20
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E107 Age Artist Showcase 2013-12-19

E106 Dig Deep 2013-12-12

EOn July 22nd, 2013, the Dig Deep Light show performed an improvised light show in the basement of Noa Noa house while a group of musicians sat in the back of the room and created a score to the visuals. That musical improv is what you're about to hear.

49 MIN2013 DEC 13
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E106 Dig Deep 2013-12-12

E105 Robert Bond and Regi Wooten Artist Showcase 2013-07-06

EWe recorded this series of four improvs in Robert's home studio on June 18th, 2013. Regi and Robert are two Nashville musicians with long and fruitful careers who have only just recently begun performing together. They recorded an initial improv with Regi on electric bass and Robert on electronics. Weeks later -- and on the date I was in attendance -- they ran back the tape and recorded again with Regi on guitar and Robert on drums and additional electronics. This is essentially a quartet with two players improv-ing with past versions of themselves.

--2013 JUL 7
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E105 Robert Bond and Regi Wooten Artist Showcase 2013-07-06

E104 Adventure Bomb: Projecting 2013-06-21

EHere's episode 104: Adventure Bomb: Projecting, a revised and expanded edition of the set I performed at Soundcrawl in collaboration with Benton-C Bainbridge's live video projection mapping (“Fast-mapping”). Recorded at Brick Factory Nashville. Best experienced through headphones.

--2013 JUN 21
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E104 Adventure Bomb: Projecting 2013-06-21

E103 Tim Barnes and William Tyler Artist Showcase 2013-05-30

EChris Davis organized a fantastic show at the Downtown Presbyterian Church featuring free jazz legends Trevor Watts and Veryan Weston. He also booked Louisville-by-way-of-New-York experimental percussionist Tim Barnes and Nashville guitarist William Tyler to perform that night, and that duet is what you're about to hear.

--2013 MAY 30
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E103 Tim Barnes and William Tyler Artist Showcase 2013-05-30

E102 Moonlight Pineapple 2013-05-23

ERecorded on the Noa Noa back porch on April 6th, 2011. The second of two special improvs featuring Charlie and Chris Rauh. The idea for this was that any participant could walk off at any time and tag in someone in the audience to replace him or her. It features featured Randy Hunt, Rhendi Greenwell, Tim Norton, Charlie Rauh, Chris Rauh, Sarah Robey, Chris Murray, Craig Schenker, Jamison Sevits, and Tommy Stangroom.

43 MIN2013 MAY 24
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E102 Moonlight Pineapple 2013-05-23

E101 Restless Mariner 2013-05-22

ERecorded on the Noa Noa back porch on April 6th, 2011 and starring Randy Hunt, Charlie Rauh, Chris Rauh, Craig Schenker, Jamison Sevits, and Tommy Stangroom. We organized this show around Charlie and Chris Rauh's visit back to Nashville from New York City and DC respectively. We did two improvs that night, the first with a set group of musicians who came in one at a time throughout the performance, and the second, a free for all tag team with a who’s who of the Nashville avant garde music community. Episode 102 will feature the second. You're about to hear the first. I did the recording, live mixing, editing, and mastering.

--2013 MAY 23
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E101 Restless Mariner 2013-05-22

Latest Episodes

E110 Hertenstein/Hunt/Sevits 2013-02-26

EHere’s Theatre Intangible episode 110: Hertenstein/Hunt/Sevits, recorded on September 13th, 2013. Joe Hertensteinis a New York City-based drone/avant-garde/free improv drummer, originally hailing from Germany. He’s played with heavy hitters such as Mat Maneri, Anthony Coleman, Ken Filiano, Frank Gratkowski, Jon Irabagon, Achim Tang, Mikko Innanen, Todd Neufeld, Simon Jermyn, and Thomas Heberer. How did this [...]

--2014 FEB 27
Comments
E110 Hertenstein/Hunt/Sevits 2013-02-26

E109 Lyrebird Artist Showcase 2013-02-17

EHere’s Theatre Intangible podcast 109: Lyrebird Artist Showcase, recorded on February 15th, 2013. Lyrebirdis an experimental improv duo featuring Jeremy Bennett on electronics and Craig Schenker on saxophone and flute.Jeremy takes samples of Craig’s live sounds and weaves them into ever-evolving loops, which also feature field recordings and electronic synthesis. Craig then improvises new parts [...]

55 MIN2014 FEB 18
Comments
E109 Lyrebird Artist Showcase 2013-02-17

E108 Savage Knights Artist Showcase 2014-01-05

ESavage Knights are an avant-jazz and rock n' roll instrumental band from Raleigh, North Carolina. They start things out with an experimental improvisation featuring Mike on my Hammond student-model organ and then they perform some of their prepared material. For links and more info, check out the show notes at TheatreIntangible.com.

--2014 JAN 5
Comments
E108 Savage Knights Artist Showcase 2014-01-05

E107 Age Artist Showcase 2013-12-19

EAge is the "horizontal sound composition process" of Josh Gumiela and Luke Rainey, and it's based around a very innovative technique. One artist presents a sound. The other samples that sound and alters it in some way – perhaps speeding it up, slowing it down, degrading it, or chopping it up. The first artist then samples the altered sound, the other artist then samples the altered altered sound, and so on. Soon the sound becomes unrecognizable and the improv progresses in an indeterminate direction, much like the pointer of a Ouija board.

--2013 DEC 20
Comments
E107 Age Artist Showcase 2013-12-19

E106 Dig Deep 2013-12-12

EOn July 22nd, 2013, the Dig Deep Light show performed an improvised light show in the basement of Noa Noa house while a group of musicians sat in the back of the room and created a score to the visuals. That musical improv is what you're about to hear.

49 MIN2013 DEC 13
Comments
E106 Dig Deep 2013-12-12

E105 Robert Bond and Regi Wooten Artist Showcase 2013-07-06

EWe recorded this series of four improvs in Robert's home studio on June 18th, 2013. Regi and Robert are two Nashville musicians with long and fruitful careers who have only just recently begun performing together. They recorded an initial improv with Regi on electric bass and Robert on electronics. Weeks later -- and on the date I was in attendance -- they ran back the tape and recorded again with Regi on guitar and Robert on drums and additional electronics. This is essentially a quartet with two players improv-ing with past versions of themselves.

--2013 JUL 7
Comments
E105 Robert Bond and Regi Wooten Artist Showcase 2013-07-06

E104 Adventure Bomb: Projecting 2013-06-21

EHere's episode 104: Adventure Bomb: Projecting, a revised and expanded edition of the set I performed at Soundcrawl in collaboration with Benton-C Bainbridge's live video projection mapping (“Fast-mapping”). Recorded at Brick Factory Nashville. Best experienced through headphones.

--2013 JUN 21
Comments
E104 Adventure Bomb: Projecting 2013-06-21

E103 Tim Barnes and William Tyler Artist Showcase 2013-05-30

EChris Davis organized a fantastic show at the Downtown Presbyterian Church featuring free jazz legends Trevor Watts and Veryan Weston. He also booked Louisville-by-way-of-New-York experimental percussionist Tim Barnes and Nashville guitarist William Tyler to perform that night, and that duet is what you're about to hear.

--2013 MAY 30
Comments
E103 Tim Barnes and William Tyler Artist Showcase 2013-05-30

E102 Moonlight Pineapple 2013-05-23

ERecorded on the Noa Noa back porch on April 6th, 2011. The second of two special improvs featuring Charlie and Chris Rauh. The idea for this was that any participant could walk off at any time and tag in someone in the audience to replace him or her. It features featured Randy Hunt, Rhendi Greenwell, Tim Norton, Charlie Rauh, Chris Rauh, Sarah Robey, Chris Murray, Craig Schenker, Jamison Sevits, and Tommy Stangroom.

43 MIN2013 MAY 24
Comments
E102 Moonlight Pineapple 2013-05-23

E101 Restless Mariner 2013-05-22

ERecorded on the Noa Noa back porch on April 6th, 2011 and starring Randy Hunt, Charlie Rauh, Chris Rauh, Craig Schenker, Jamison Sevits, and Tommy Stangroom. We organized this show around Charlie and Chris Rauh's visit back to Nashville from New York City and DC respectively. We did two improvs that night, the first with a set group of musicians who came in one at a time throughout the performance, and the second, a free for all tag team with a who’s who of the Nashville avant garde music community. Episode 102 will feature the second. You're about to hear the first. I did the recording, live mixing, editing, and mastering.

--2013 MAY 23
Comments
E101 Restless Mariner 2013-05-22
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