Elaine Carey & Gabie Strong
with dj Christopher Reid Martin
8:30 pm 10$
2478 Fletcher Dr, Los Angeles
/// Carla Bozulich ///
Carla Bozulich is currently exploring the hole between twisted-melodic noise, gospel, anger and outer space. She comes from Ethyl Meatplow, The Geraldine Fibbers, Scarnella, Evangelista, and resides comfortably——6 records in——on Constellation. Bozulich has a history of 100’s of collaborations, mostly in Europe, which, in a way, keep her invisible in towns like her home-country and hometown, LA, where normally she lets off pressure playing sound and noise with her friends, using little voice and taking no pay. This night she will defiantly honor the arrival of ZEBULON to the west coast with actual tour songs and happy accidents.
/// Breadwoman ///
Breadwoman was created in the early 1980s, and the music released on cassette in 1985, then reissued on CD and LP by Brooklyn-based indie label RVNG last year to great acclaim from the Los Angeles Times, The Wire, Pitchfork, and other media.
Homler has since toured this material in Europe with various collaborators. The magazine Juno Plus described one of these performances as "comforting and repulsive, homely and other-dimensional," and the character as a “protective ancestor" evoking the work of David Lynch and Carl Jung.
For this show the performers will be: Anna Homler (voice and objects), Jorge Martin (electronics), and Maya Gingery (dance).
/// Elaine Carey & Gabie Strong (duo) ///
Elaine Carey performs both as a solo artist and collaborator, with a focus on texture, mood, and improvised composition, and an obsession with the esoteric and macabre. Experimental/extended use of instruments ranging from synth to singing saw.
Gabie Strong uses drone and effects to create improvised moments of here/now. Recent themes in her work address the use of ritual acts and fetish collecting to expose feminine constructions of being.