good composer/dead composer Three-Quarter Life Crisis
Friday September 10th, Doors at 7pm. Wonderville 1186 Broadway Brooklyn (Bushwick)
When you release four albums of bizarre pop music that can be played together as an art installation why not do a music video for all 58 tracks?
That’s what Josh and Simon did for good composer/dead composer and they’re three-quarters through a year of releases. They’re celebrating with a big ol’ party with live music (the IZM, Noelle Tannen), live coded visuals (Sidney San Martín) and a dance party. Of course music videos will be screened and a rowdy Q&A will serve as the eye of a fantastic hurricane of fun.
for the weird, the curious, the apartment-weary, and the fans of B movies.
8PM – Noelle Tannen
Noelle Tannen performs with “a casual serenity that sets others at ease and an electric crackle that burns to the surface when she performs” (BTR TODAY). RnB and chamber pop influences, combined with a riveting stage presence, make a moving and unforgettable show.
9PM – good composer/DEAD COMPOSER
It’s the three-quarter mark– 40 music videos! Josh and Simon screen their favorites from the last three trimesters of videos and answer questions from inevitably rowdy fans. Some audience members may get invited into the money chamber, get oozed, or both.
10PM – the IZM.
A force to be reckoned with, the IZM blends energetic poetry with house beats, an homage to early hip hop done in a fresh way. Author, alternative hip hop/spoken word artist and producer, his music has been featured in the Spike Lee film “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus.” The recent album “Black Boy Wonderment” continues to receive acclaim. Be prepared to dance.
11PM – Dance Party
Grooves, with live coded visuals by master of projections Sidney San Martín. Enough said.