BICOASTAL VIEWING OF AUGUST FULL MOON by musicians from East and West Coast and you, from wherever you may be!
JASMINE DREAME WAGNER
3110 N. BROADWAY
LA, CA 90042
Come out and see the big old moon get real close to the earth and try to give it a kiss. See if the ozone is strong enough to withstand the advances of the crusty old guy and keep the jagged lips from the earth's soft surface.
JASMINE DREAME WAGNER is an American poet, artist, and musician. She is the author of Rings (Kelsey Street Press, 2014,) Rewilding (Ahsahta Press, 2013), Listening for Earthquakes (Caketrain Journal and Press, 2012), and an e-chapbook, True Crime (NAP, 2014.)
As a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Jasmine has performed at the CMJ Music Marathon, free103point9 Wave Farm, and the Olympia Experimental Music Festival. She is currently at work on her first studio record for voice, jazz quartet, and chamber orchestra.
SONDRA SUN-ODEON - singer/multi-instrumentalist and the voice of Silver Summit (Drag City/LoS). She most recently toured as opener for Diane Cluck, and has performed with Wooden Wand, Marissa Nadler, Mike Wexler, Little Wings, Tim Hecker, Ben Vida, and Picastro among others.
"Of the artists presently fuzzing the borders between acoustic folk and dreamlike textural abstraction — Grouper, Charalambides and Ben Chasny and Elisa Ambrogio’s 200 Years all come to mind — Sondra Sun-Odeon takes a notably dramatic approach, even if it isn’t initially apparent. Aetherea, the Brooklynite’s self-released solo debut is deceptively front-loaded with restrained, somnolent finger-picked dirges in which her arresting voice — a mesmeric, melancholy thing recalling the laconic drawl of Moon Pix-era Cat Power...." --Philadelphia City Paper
Born in upstate New York, Amram toured around the country with her musical family, napping in guitar cases at the foot of the stage. As a teenager she collected LP's, penned zines and retreated to the clubs and D.I.Y. venues in New York City. After attending SUNY Purchase College to study filmmaking she left to pursue music as a bassist with various bands.
Over the last decade Alana Amram has opened, sang and played along side an endless array of great musicians, young and old and as varied as her musical taste. A short list includes: Pete Seeger, Peter Rowan, Abigail Washburn, Jimmy Dale Gilmore, Langhorne Slim, Nicole Atkins, Alberta Cross and Psychic TV. Her music has been featured in ads for Stetson, the web series ”The Actress" and in several independent films. Alana is also a filmmaker and most recently directed a short documentary called PORTAL TO POWER. She has played bass in Lights (Drag City), Cliffie Swan, Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black, The Fame and Blue Sparks.
& HM157's very favorite feathered friend is back !
Go here & tune into the musings of his mindset & be sure to read his new record reviews for INCANTATIONS***
( our favorite record album ! )