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CONCERT: The Waveshaper Project presents Tether, Sad Hana, Wolf Dem & zzMKU

June 12, 2016 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Bartram’s Garden
5400 Lindbergh Blvd.
Philadelphia, 19143 United States

The Waveshaper Project is a new collective and event series for and by female and trans-spectrum electronic musicians in Philadelphia. The Project’s goal is to create a platform for people who typically are given less of a voice in the electronic music world to share their music and their knowledge with each other and the community in a welcoming, accessible environment. This is their first curated show, showcasing the diverse sounds of some great Philadelphia-area artists.

TETHER (Lauren Pakradooni) is an ongoing experimental music project using handmade cassette tape loops, effects and vocals.

SAD HANA (Kara Morgan) is a projection of emotional vulnerability and frustration through performance, singing, and synthesized creeping dreamscapes.

WOLF DEM (Lars Kallich and Elena Nestico)  is a live electronics act, drawing in equal parts on dancehall, techno, and noise to create an immersive and hypnotic sound. With past releases on New Low and Vague Audio Tapes; this year they have a tape coming up for End Result Productions and a 12″ in the pipeline for Great Circles.

ZZMKU (Emma Kay) is a singular artist influenced by industrial music, radical self determination, and synthetic hormones.

TIME

Doors open at 4:30 PM and the show commences at 5:00 PM

COST

$8 (free for Bartram’s Garden members)

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