Hiroshi Hasegawa, Dromez, Desiccant and Dead Wolf Black at Silent Barn

Again halfnormal, Bob Bellerue, curates an explosive night of noise and pure energy. According to Danish noise and music theorist Torben Sangild, one single definition of noise in music is not possible … , what is noise to one person can be meaningful to another. wiki

This definition captures what at creaddictive we love; a permanent tendency, a religion that is been underground in and out since the beginning of the 20th century. Away from commercial boxes. We are looking forward to the annual Ende Tymes VI in May 2016.  Stay tuned!

Friday, February 12, 2016 at 8pm  at Silent Barn

Hiroshi Hasegawa  (Japan)
Dromez (Ohio)
Desiccant (members Newton and Slasher Risk, from Philly)
Dead Wolf Black (members KILT, from LA)

Hiroshi Hasegawa began his improvisation with voice and drums. In 1989, he formed the group C.C.C.C. which was improvisatory, bombastic mass-noise. The group became legend with members Mayuko Hino, Ryuichi Nagakubo, Fumio Kosakai. In 1993 Hasegawa started his solo project Astro for analog synthesizers while continuing to play in C.C.C.C. In 2010 he formed Cosmic Coincidence to replace C.C.C.C. with Manuel Knapp and Rohco. And now ASTRO consists of Hiroshi Hasegawa and Rohco as a duo project since 2013. He now actively plays, issues and does collaborations with other artists under his own name. He engages a style of playing with electronics similar to drifting between meditation and awakening states. He began collaborating with Damion Romero in 1995, eventually forming Astromero. In all he appears on over 60 releases.www2.odn.ne.jp/astro

Dromez is the noise moniker of intermedia artist Liz Gomez. dromez.com

Desiccant (picture top), is Mat Rademan (aka Newton) and Andy Borsz breathmint.net

Dead Wolf Black (picture below ), on their New York premiere, is Bob Bellerue and Sandor Finta (aka Andorkappen)  halfnormal.com


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