This event repeats every week on Saturday until 11/24/2018
Please join us for these special SATURDAY WEEKLY performances spanning over three months.:
8/25/18 ANDRE CUSTODIO andrecustodio.bandcamp.com
9/01/18 ANDRE CUSTODIO
9/08/18 ANDRE CUSTODIO
9/15/18 MIKA PONTECORVO http://mikapontecorvo.edgebuzz.tv/
9/22/18 ED DAHL solo and in collaboration w/ yours truly. https://soundcloud.com/spacekraft
9/29/18 WOLFGANG CHAN / ANDRE COLLAB https://youtu.be/BOPjDO3L8Oc
10//6/18 CHRIS SNEERINGER https://christophersneeringer.bandcamp.com
10/13/18 MIKA PONTECORVO http://mikapontecorvo.edgebuzz.tv/
10/20/18 PETER VIEK (giantQUIET) https://giantquiet.bandcamp.com/
10/27/18 ANDRE CUSTODIO | ANDRE w/ TERESE TAYLOR
11/03/18 JACK HERTZ https://jackhertz.com/
11/10/18 ALPHASTARE https://alphastare.bandcamp.com/
11/17/18 LX RUDIS http://www.edgetonerecords.com/rudis.html
11/24/18 ANDRE CUSTODIO
I'm hosting a series of performances of textured sound utilizing electronics and other instruments for a bookstore environment. Performing solo for most of these Saturdays, but will occasionally invite others to fill-in.
Established in 1997 in San Francisco, Audible Method featured the works of artists such as David Slusser, LX Rudis, Tom Nunn, Ernesto Diaz-Infante, Phillip Greenlief, Aurora Josephson, and yours truly.
A word from our sponsor:
Should art be made for free? Bird & Beckett doesn't think so.
B&B pays the artists, but the money has to come from somewhere.
Please support the bookshop's three-month commitment to this weekly series of Saturday morning ambient music concerts with some of your hard-earned cash.
The money you put in the donation buckets makes up the base of what Bird & Beckett guarantees the artists -- $5 or $10 from you goes a long way. There's no minimum, though (and also no limit). Your support is appreciated and crucial.
Spreading the word helps, too.
Information on the shop can be found at http://www.birdbeckett.com./Donations to the Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project are tax-deductible and are another crucial element in what it takes to keep the artists paid and the operation healthy. Buying the occasional book helps, too!