Join us at Slate for performances by Nestle and Jon Cates as part of the Slate Music Presents concert series!
$5 suggested donation and BYOB. Steven Lockwood’s solo exhibition “Architecural Stability vs. Emotional Stability” will still be on display as well.
Doors at 7:30, music at 8.
The Nestle trio exists in performance.
The Nestle trio is listening.
The Nestle trio is a realization of visions.
The Nestle trio is an expression of being through doing.
The Nestle trio of Robert Lundberg, Ryan Packard, and Cyrus Pireh respectively assemble an instrumentation of double bass and electronics; percussion, accordion, and electronics; and 9-string electric future lute to execute this performance.
To live and thrive in the current situation invokes a certain music: not a music to put on as background or a music to wear as a shirt or badge and gain entry into social sets.
A music that is the result of doing.
A music that is the result of people.
A music that exists as proof of existence.
jonCates. minimal glitch. ambient noise. realtime audio video: “His voice is noise, his music is now the environment, and the only thing we can do is to keep our eyes on the screens.”