There is an incredibly special show this Tuesday, the 19th, from 8-11:30. It is the first soundproofed Super Coda! That’s correct. The soundproofing is up starting tomorrow, flat and cushy, enlivening and cancelling, making amends with disgruntled neighbors across the planet. Here’s Johnny!
8:30 – Cello and Voice duo by Meaghan Burke and Valerie Kuehne
9 – Tatsuya Nakatani/Pascal Niggenkemper/Frank Gratkowski.
Tatsuya Nakatani (percussion) is originally from Osaka, Japan. In 2006 he performed in 80 cities in 7 countries and collaborated with 163 artists worldwide. In the past 10 years he has released nearly 50 recordings on CD.
He has created his own instrumentation, effectively inventing many instruments and extended techniques. He utilizes drumset, bowed gongs, cymbals, singing bowls, metal objects, bells, and various sticks and bows to create an intense, organic music that defies category or genre. His music is based in improvised/ experimental music, jazz, free jazz, rock, and noise, yet retains the sense of space and beauty found in traditional Japanese folk music.
9:45 – Thomas Heberer with Frank Gratkowski
10:30 – Richard Lainhart/Lucio Menegon, analog synth and guitar duet.
Thursday, July 21st. 7:30-10
The Mara Rosenbloom Quartet Returns to Bushwick!
Darius Jones – Alto Saxophone
Sean Conly – Bass
Nick Anderson – Drums
Mara Rosenbloom – Piano & Composition (new piano at Cafe Orwell!!)
Friday, July 22nd. 8:30-12:30. The Super Coda presents a night of especially stupefying music that is way, way, way out there.
1 – Big Plastic Finger
2 – Welf Dorr/Ben Stapp/Noel Brennan
3 – la-bruha-desi-la (Japan)
4 – Harvey Valdes/Damion Reid
Saturday = Lyre Lyre Release Party
Here’s a video for ya if you haven’t seen it yet. It reminds me of a lot of the music that happens here.