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  • 8:00 PM60 Minutes of Swearing with Michael Broussard
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    60 Minutes of Swearing with Michael Broussard

    Michael Broussard (Five Minute Follies, Ask A Sex Abuse Survivor) complains about scifi fan clubs, the Pope, musicians, Food Network, men's underwear, and a whole lot more in a new solo show. Frequently comedic and fabulously cathartic, "60 Minutes of Swearing" is a free wheeling examination of everything that sucks. And there's audience participation too. Photo by Rachel Leah Woliansky. (Some material may not be suitable for all audiences.) 

    Advance tickets are $5-$15 here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4242576

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  • 8:00 PMEvent Horizon pres. Guitar Pilots, Steve Horelick, Simon Lomax
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    The Event Horizon concert series is a Philadelphia, PA based concert series featuring Ambient, Electronic, Experimental and Space Music. 

    November 2nd - Guitar Pilots, Steve Horelick, Simon Lomax

    Guitar Pilots (Art Cohen & Harrison McKay) was formed to perform electronic space music on guitars. Their music consists of long structured improvisational pieces which transport the listener to the depths of space while focusing on each precious unfolding moment. Art Cohen's sequencer-like echoed guitar figures provide rhythmic propulsion while Harrison McKay's synthetic pads and loops build a foundation for both guitarists to soar in melodic flights. Singing glissando blends seemlessly with plucks and twangs and blasts of interstellar beam. Following the trail blazed by Pink Floyd, The Grateful Dead, Prog, and the Berlin School, Guitar Pilots carve out their own unique sonic territory that is both organic as the ground underneath and as far-reaching as a distant pulsar. 

    Art Cohen has been a fixture in the Philadelphia music scene for over 30 years as both a performer and an audio engineer. Fluent in guitar, bass, keyboards and harmonica, he has performed at concert venues and radio studios throughout the Delaware Valley and brought his music to Toronto, New York and other cities in the Northeast. He has released CD's with Guitar Pilots, The Ministry of Inside Things, Delicate Monster, CubiZm, Lessick & Lincoln & Cohen, Waves of Violet, Men from When, and as a solo artist. His music ranges from electronic space to ambient to folk-rock to psychedelic rock to traditional folk to experimental to spoken word and beyond - sometimes within the same performance. Art has cultivated a unique guitar style drawing on influences including Garcia, Gilmour, Hendrix, Gottsching, Fripp, and Pinhas.

    Harrison McKay is perhaps best known as the guitar half of The Tangent Project, the Philadelphia area synth & guitar duo who

    over the past decade have graced the stages of all the region's important electronic spacemusic venues. He coaxes an extended pallet of sounds from his guitar through the use of synths, effects processors and loopers. In addition to his work with The Tangent Project and as a solo electronic musician, McKay has performed extensively with local pop and progressive rock bands.

    Steve Horelick: Steve Horelick's immersive, surround performances have entranced audiences from San Francisco to Berlin. His music with its glistening harmonies, evolving textures and echoing rhythms is influenced by waves, eddies, spirals, harmonigraphics and Fibonacci ratios. It swirls around and through the audience involving them in a 3D sonic journey. Steve’s main instruments are the ones designed by the great instrument maker Donald Buchla who designed Steve’s first “Buchla” in 1976. He sends his variety of Buchla instruments and ZenDrum into his proprietary Logic Pro X surround/quad 3D panning environments and processing algorithms, creating rich audio soundscapes filled with intricately shifting timbres and cascading rhythms. 

    Simon Lomax is a producer of electronic ambient space music who, through his unique and involving music expresses a personal global intuition. His work possesses an unparalleled sense of sonic depth and universal scale whilst exhibiting a remarkably lucid grasp of texture." Star's End Review

    It's little wonder with reviews like this that UK based Simon is best known for his unique style of deep and contemplative ambient and atmospheric music. Writing under his own name and formerly under the moniker Maitreya. In addition to a series of successful album releases you may well have heard Simon's work on Television or Radio having received airplay the World over; from nationally sated radio in the US, to BBC Radio 1, Sky Movies, BBC 1's 'The One Show', and the award winning ITV crime drama 'Wire in the Blood' to mention but a few. Simon is currently working on a number of exciting new projects including a limited edition album which is planned for release later this year. As well as this he has also provided music for the multi-award winning US feature film 'Ink & Steel' by Lone Shark Studios, which won Best Film when it was premièred at the Soho Film Festival in New York, and for the hit US TV show Rectify. Simon's music has been championed by DJ Mary Anne Hobbs, receiving airplay on both her BBC 6 Music and 6 Music Recommends shows." 

    Website address: www.simonlomax.com

    Admission is FREE

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  • 4:00 PMSistahs 70's Music Review
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    Sistahs 70's Music Review

    4pm-8pm

    A 70's themed costume dance party featuring live performances by vocal collective Sistahs Attune w/local vendors, food, and free giveaways.

    Early Bird tickets are $12 and can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sistahs-70s-music-review-tickets-66606727515

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