Sat, Jan 11 | Epsilon Spires

Noise Nomads & Tether

Closing Ceremony for Lauren Pakradooni's multimedia exhibition: Describing a Sunset to a Robocaller featuring live performances by Tether (Lauren Pakradooni) & Noise Nomads (Jeff Hartford).
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Noise Nomads & Tether

Time & Location

Jan 11, 2020, 8:00 PM
Epsilon Spires, 190 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301, USA

About the Event

Closing ceremony for Lauren Pakradooni's multimedia exhibition: Describing a Sunset to a Robocaller

Live performances by Tether (Lauren Pakradooni) & Noise Nomads (Jeff Hartford).  

Tether constructs music from cassette tape loops, these fragments of recorded sound feature voice & electronics that are assembled into music that oscillates between melodic lyrical form and noise. 

Jeff Hartford has been producing his own brand of psychedelic harsh noise for the last 20 years as Noise Nomads. Always primal, visceral and kinetic, each live performance is unique to the time and place that it occurs. Intent on influencing physical connection between an audience and the sounds that are generated, his instrumentation is always evolving. Past manifestations have incorporated car doors, trash cans, home appliances, solo harmonica, homemade synthesizers, tape measures, scrap metal and costumes.  All employed to create a terribly beautiful cacophony. 

"There is no difference between the floor and the wall, the amplifiers are moving in all directions."

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