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Fucked Up, Doomsquad July 2, 2015
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $15

Tight Bros presents
9pm | $15 | All Ages

Tickets on sale this Friday, April 24 at all Ticket Alternative outlets and at http://www.ticketalternative.com/Events/31146.aspx.

June 15 2015 marks the release of "Year of the Hare" on Deathwish Records, the seventh 12" single in Fucked Up's "Zodiac" series, a collection of records that finds the band pushing the boundaries of their already ambitious sound. To mark the occasion, Fucked Up will expand their live lineup to 9 members by including friends Doomsquad to embark on a series of exclusive ZODIAC shows. Fucked up will perform a different set of Zodiac songs each night--many of these songs have never been played live before, and this tour will allow the band to flex a more improvisational and experimental muscle, while retaining all of the power and frenzy of a Fucked Up show.

PD Closing the Apparent Horizon July 4, 2015
6:00PM - - -

Green Cobra by Werner Herzog July 7, 2015
7:00PM - 10:00PM
Price:  Suggested Donations
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Green Cobra by Werner Herzog with special guest Sandro
Romero from Colombia who was the AD on the film and can tell amazing stories of working with Herzog also present, Karen Lamassonne, Atlanta native but also worked on the film. Maxwell put us in touch with Karen and she is also interested in bringing in a series of Colombian Avant guarde filmmakers and will be reaching out to her contacts at the High for attendance.

Laurie Vaughn & Three-Way Mirror July 10, 2015
8:00PM - - -

Sissy Spacek July 10, 2015
11:00PM - - -

Experimental Films from UC Boulder July 10, 2015

Price:  Suggested Donations
*selection of 16MM film prints of experimental films from UC Boulder's Archive from Stan Brakhage & Phil Solomon to contemporaries, Ben Rivers and Jodi Mack, with guest projectionist Jacob Barreras bringing two 16MM projectors to test the roof for screening set up.

MuhfuckaNeva(Luvd)Uhs: Real Live Girl July 11, 2015
11:00PM - - -
Price:  proceeds for Ladyfest Atlanta
MuhfuckaNeva(Luvd)Uhs: Real Live Girl is a multimedia street exhibition seeking to make the private public via exploring the sexual performance of the black woman’s body (film, live, music, dance). Among Atlanta’s popular monikers is “Strip Club Capital of the South”, particularly within hiphop culture. Black strip clubs in Atlanta, like its black women dancers, are located in the city’s margins, literally- tucked into dark, industrial corners with colorful, neon lit signs as proverbial brick roads to the dancers.

Danielle Deadwyler (actor/artist) is an Atlanta native raised off of the old Stewart Avenue, where the infamous Club Nikki, and before that the Purple Onion, reigned as the most popular adult entertainment spot for years. As an ongoing strip club enthusiast/researcher, Deadwyler is interested in deconstructing the dark, private nature of adult dancers’ sexual performances and the humanity of black women in these roles. By eliminating the structural boundary of the club, six live and projected (video) performances by the artist as an exotic dancer (live) and as domestic (filmed) in selected Atlanta street corners parallels and blurs the lines of the sexual and personhood of the black woman and the work of her body.

Experimental Films from UC Boulder July 11, 2015

Price:  Suggested Donations
*selection of 16MM film prints of experimental films from UC Boulder's Archive from Stan Brakhage & Phil Solomon to contemporaries, Ben Rivers and Jodi Mack, with guest projectionist Jacob Barreras bringing two 16MM projectors to test the roof for screening set up.

Board Retreat July 12, 2015
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Board Retreat

Justice Yeldham, If There’s Something July 15, 2015
9:00PM - - -
Price:  10

If There’s Something Strange In Your Neighbourhood…

If There’s Something Strange In Your Neighbourhood… is a film exploring the gentrification of a squatter settlement built in the 70s on a graveyard alongside Yogyakarta’s main river, Kali Code. In 2013 the local mayor announced he wanted to develop this area and local residents have already started being pushed out. Due to the history of this place, tombstones are still visible in the walls of the kampung (neighbourhood) and ghost activity is abundant. For years people in the area have relied heavily on the local ghost mover to relocate the ghosts out of their houses, but these paranormal evictions are now becoming an uncanny parallel for their own evictions in the living world.

This is an Asialink Arts Residency Project supported by Arts NSW
through KUNCI Cultural Studies Centre.

Justice Yeldham

"First up, I got to see this guy perform live – and I seriously was not expecting that.

There’s no blood but the intensity of the emotion reminds me of early Neubauten or Nina Simone or someone: he has a trunk full of effects and delay and distortion pedals, and he’s not scared to use them. He blows crazy shit across a shaped plate of glass for 20 or 30 minutes or so, and it’s crazy shit good – so good, that when he started I figured Nicola had slipped on an extraordinarily loud noise tape and I could not quite understand why everyone was crowding around the ‘stage’.

The noise is incredible – and when I type ‘noise’, I mean layers of sound, texture, understanding, dissonant harmony. Really incredible. I never was much one for guitar shredding or extended drum fills or virtuoso vocal acrobatics, but it seems the one thing that will really get my pulse racing is some glass shredding. Seriously. This is body-expanding. Sometimes I’m laughing out loud at the nerve and brilliance of it. Sometimes, I just want to fuck shit up (plus ça change). Halfway across it bothers me that few people are dancing amid the ruins but then I figure they too are too stupefied.

Justice tells me afterwards that he can’t get booked no more: this is only his second performance this year. Man, this man should be headlining the fucking Sydney Opera House. He’s a fucking MASTER or MISTRESS, or have it what you will, of his chosen instrument. I feel the same empathy towards his music that others doubtless feel for fucking Kevin Shields. (Not literally fucking Kevin Shields, you understand – though maybe some feel that too.) He can’t get booked cos he’s an experimental artist – frequently gets called a ‘performance artist’, much to his disgust – and so he’s meant to be always switching around, trying out new ideas and forms, not concentrate for several years on becoming the world’s leading glass shredder."

- Everett True on Brisbane 210614

Writers Exchange July 16, 2015

Atlanta Zine Fest Photo exhibition July 17, 2015
6:00PM - 11:00PM
Price:  Free

Invent Room Pop 51 July 17, 2015
10:10PM - - -
with Ars Phoenix

Atlanta Zine Fest July 18, 2015
10:00AM - 10:00PM
Price:  Free
Zine artists present their works, workshop, and make their wares available for purchase.

Chain & the Gang, Flandrew Fleisenberg July 21, 2015
9:00PM - - -

Chain & the Gang

Chain & the Gang is led by Ian Svenonius, the prime mover behind the bands Nation of Ulysses and The Make-Up, and author of two books, Psychic Soviet and Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock 'n' Roll Group, not to mention online talk show host and auteur filmmaker. The band deals in a new genre called CRIME ROCK that updates rock 'n' roll, blues, and gospel music or vocal quartets from the late 50s /early 60s for the discerning few.

As Ian himself puts it: "If asked about it by a prospective fan, I would say 'Watch out; it might hurt your feelings.' Or 'Be careful...there's no telling what might happen if you put it in your ear.'" Why? Because Chain & The Gang isn't for everyone. It's not designed for the victims of Ikea who rely on robots to choose their background muzak, but it can also prove to be addictive and has some disturbing side effects.

Flandrew Fleisenberg

flandrew fleisenberg plays percussion on an ever changing assortment of ephemera and modified drum parts coaxing texture and tone both familiar and bizarre. Attentive to room resonance, ambience and collaborator, fleisenberg playfully utilizes sound and presence to explore space, time, and relationships. A graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) with a focus in conceptual art, he is musically self-taught and has developed a cadre of idiosyncratic techniques that are all his own. flandrew has been involved in the improvised and creative music community since 2001 performing solo, in ad-hoc improv groupings, and in set projects. A recent migrant to Philadelphia, fleisenberg is an active producer and advocate of improvised and experimental music and dance across the region.

Recent and favored implement:
Cannon ball, 10' ball chain, catering platter, doors, loose cymbals, sticky sticks, soup pans, glass window, steel spring, floors, walls, air, sand, paper, rope, ping ping balls, a couple glasses of wine, some luck, and good fortune.

Current collaborations:
Skinny Vinny (duo with Josh Jefferson), Vervet Dance (Loren Groenendaal), fleature (duo with Neil Feather), duo with Audrey Chen.

Sudor, GG King July 24, 2015
9:00PM - - -

Hold July 29, 2015

Aaron Michael Butler, Kivie Cahn-Lipman July 30, 2015
8:00PM - - -
Price:  10
Aaron Michael Butler

Kivie Cahn-Lipman (solo cello)

Kivie Cahn-Lipman holds degrees from Oberlin and Juilliard and is a DMA candidate at CCM. He is the founding cellist of the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) with which he performs regularly to international critical acclaim, as well as gambist, lironist, and director of ACRONYM, a new period-instrument ensemble. An avid performer of contemporary music, Kivie has played more than 500 solo and small ensemble world premieres. He has recorded for the Naxos, New Focus, Bridge, New Amsterdam, Tzadik, ECM, Kairos, Mode, Tundra, Starkland, Olde Focus, and Nonesuch labels. As a chamber musician, Kivie has performed frequently in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and other major venues on three continents, as well as live on WNYC 93.9 in New York and WFMT 98.7 in Chicago. His 2014 recording of the complete Cello Suites of J.S. Bach was praised for its "eloquent performances," "fresh thinking," and "energy and zeal" (The Strad). Kivie taught cello in a full-time position shared between Smith College and Mount Holyoke College from 2005-2012 and has been a faculty member at the Cortona Sessions for New Music since 2012.

Find Your Inner Child: A Toy Piano Recital July 31, 2015
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $10 suggested donation

From experimental chamber rock to the avant-garde, Amy O’Dell thunder punches the Atlanta music scene. She connects these worlds with a passionate and focused energy that permeates her performances. Amy is known as the quirky, energetic keytarist/keyboardist in the Clibber Jones Ensemble appearing in venues all over Atlanta. Since 2012 she has been the adventurous, imaginative pianist of Chamber Cartel. Amy's involvement in these groups has led her to collaborate and commission numerous works from composers in the US and Europe. She can be heard on albums by the Clibber Jones Ensemble and Chamber Cartel. Amy’s latest project will be a concert of toy piano music July 31st at Eyedrum in Atlanta!

Olivia Kieffer – Nobility of Homophones
Adam Scott Neal – Hammers
Aaron Jay Myers – The Butterfly Dream
Carolyn Chen – Glass Umbrella
Aaron Michael Butler – Things I Cannot Say
Caleb Herron – Play
Fabian Svensson – Toy Toccata
John Cage – Suite for Toy Piano

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