The East River Music Project's final show for the 2005 summer season brings us four artists with a penchant for experimentation and sonic exploration.
Akron/Family draw from parallel strands in American music: the deep-rooted pastoral and the dynamically chaotic.
David Grubbs, who has collaborated with everyone from novelist Rick Moody to jazz saxophonist Mats Gustafson, brings a solo set of his literate, folk-infused songs.
Wooden Wand and the Vanishing Voice, fresh off a tour with Castanets, explore the limits of traditional musical genres. And the mysterious
Mountains of Mattalama have, we're told, a heavy psych-rock sound. Please join us as we send off summer '05 in style.
Added by Quinn on August 17, 2005