joel st. julien * ceremonial abyss * greta snider + headboggle
Saturday February 18, 2023
Doors are at 3:30 and show starts at 4:00 pm
1024 Nimitz Building 34
Vallejo CA, 94592 Coordinates: 38.098466,-122.2694642
Tickets $15 – $20 donation
Please wear a mask.
Please bring a chair or blanket to sit on.
Food and drink are available at Mare Island Coal Shed a half mile up the waterfront and there is a distillery right across building 34.
Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you at Building 34 as Re:Sound continues.
Ceremonial Abyss – Portland, OR
Ceremonial Abyss is the moniker of writer and musician Brian Amsterdam, based in Portland, OR.
He is currently touring across the US in support of his newest composition, ‘Tape Study for Four Variants’, which was self-released on lathe-cut and cassette. CA is half of LARA/ABYSS, a performance duo of free-electronics and read language, along with poet Carlos Lara. They perform somewhat regularly in Los Angeles.
Joel St. Julien, San Francisco, CA
Joel St. Julien is a Haitian-American composer, musician, songwriter, and sound artist based in San Francisco. Joel has written music for documentaries, short / feature films, podcasts, and dance. He is a firm believer in experimentation/fusion with acoustic and electronic elements in sound oscillating through escapism and the mysticism of the present tense.
Joel has shared music at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, Salesforce Tower, Stanford University’s CCRMA, Gray Area, CounterPulse Festival, Land and Sea Gallery, Spectrum NYC, TED Conference, Frameline, Mill Valley Film Festival, and PBS.
His music has also been featured and reviewed in Resident Advisor, The Wire, Disquiet, KQED, Foxy Digitalis, a closer listen, Fault Radio, Dublab, and many more.
Headboggle & Greta Snider
Greta Snider is an experimental filmmaker from San Francisco. Her methods include alternative photographic processes, hand-made cinema, found footage or creative reuse of media, stereoscopic 3D, and repurposed text. She enjoys the challenge of expanded cinema collaborations that invite audiences to creatively redraw the boundaries of filmmaking.
Derek Gedalecia’s Headboggle project, active since 2006, has been performing electronic keyboard-based soundscapes around the Bay Area and around the U.S. The project incorporates art, music, and comedy into a modern electronic form. Having worked previously with other filmmakers and sound artists, this is his first collaboration with Greta Snider. This Re:Sound rendition of “Instructions from Ancestors” will feature live electric piano accompaniment from Headboggle along with the soundtrack.
Date(s) - Sat, Feb 18, 2023
3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Building 34, Mare Island
1024 Nimitz Ave, behind the Mare Island Museum building by the cranes, Vallejo
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