Live Dream Wall


It is with  glistening gobs of galloping gusto and anthropic aplomb that I am deeply delighted to announce the immersive, four-hour premier of:


Dream Wall

On An Infinite Horizon

October 18th, 2015 : 7:30-11:30 p.m.

@ The Tiny Town Gallery,

174 East Toole, Tucson, AZ 85716


Dream Wall On An Infinite Horizon is an original, glacial score adapted for cello --- --- see below --- featuring “Mauerkrankheit style” techniques developed over the past decade for amplifying, bowing and percussing the Southern Arizona, U.S.A. / Northern Sonora, Mexico borderlands, militarized zones and assorted ephemera such as border walls, migrant water bottles and surveillance towers.

And as if that were not enough, this performance of Dream Wall On An Infinite Horizon will feature the symbiotic psychonaut mind-candy hallucinations of projectionist extraordinaire Adam Cooper-Teran!

Dream Wall On An Infinite Horizon is also the second in a series of “Mauerkrankheit style” cello-based recordings released on the soniCanta label.

Unlike Mauerkrankheit Volume I which was acoustic in nature, Mauerkrankheit Volume II : Dream Wall On An Infinite Horizon explores the expressive potential of excessive amplification, feedback, distortion and signal processing,  corner stones of live borderland militarized zone performances.

The original combination of "Mauerkrnakheit style" playing and amplification creates an evolving and steadily shifting Möbius soundscape populated by idealized, translayered multi-phonic harmonics and intuitive tuning fluidity.

So whether you are tired of kowtowing to the hackneyed cultural musical tropes of rhythm, pitch and melody or simply want an alternative hypnosonic experience that goes beyond the same-old regressive same-old, then Dream Wall On An Infinite Horizon is for you.

If not : So it goes.

Till again... stay tuned and in touch!


More about the show: http://www.sonicanta.com/live


More about the CD: https://sonicanta.bandcamp.com/album/mauerkrankheit-volume-ii-dream-wall-on-an-infinite-horizon


More about Adam: http://www.antral.net/