Big Day In #15 at The Haunt with Irreversible Entanglements, Sammus & more TBA soon.
Join Ithaca Underground once again for our all-ages, end-of-year celebration event– BIG DAY IN. Tons of bands for a low price thanks to the help of generous contributions of local, like-minded organizations.
This program was made possible in part by grants from the Tompkins County Tourism Program, Community Arts Partnership, and Community Foundation's Thomas R. Bruce and Judith S. Pratt Fund.
Thanks to our sponsors The Watershed, Angry Mom Records, McNeil Rentals, Electro Harmonix, WordPro, Fingerlakes Beverage Center, with more TBA.
Free entry for applicable IU Patron supporters - join today for event entry and other benefits: https://www.patreon.com/ ithacaunderground
WE PLAY AT 9PM
2 nights of music at Troost
Happy to return to our favorite live music bar!
8-1030pm , always free
Set 1 : Koenig
Aquiles Navarro, -trumpet
Lukas Koenig - drum set & electronics
Kevin Shea, - electronic drum & percussion
Matt Mottel - keytar
Live with Tcheser Holmes at the - In Gardens series presented by Arts for Arts.
Location : 6BC Garden, 630 E. 6th St
Time : Aquiles Navarro / Tcheser Holmes Duo
Aquiles Navarro - trumpet
Tcheser Holmes - drums
Facebook event — https://www.facebook.com/events/672030309945139/
wednesday August 21st
at the Hand Painted Record Shop in Red Hook:
No Land, Joanna Mattrey, Jarrett Gilgore Trio
(first show of Tour)
Aquiles Navarro / Tcheser Holmes Duo
& photography Exhibit by Imani Nikyah
(flyer photographs by No Land, Imani Nikyah, Marilyn Montufar, and Rigoberto Lara Guzmán)
City Farm Presents x Boom Collective
Tickets on sale Friday, April 12 at 10am
TUESDAY, AUGUST 06, 2019
7:00PM Doors / 8:00PM Show
RAIN OR SHINE
$18 ADV / $22 Day of Show
General Admission - Standing
Industry City Courtyard 1/2
(Food Hall Entrance)
238 36th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Performance with Moor Mother at Bric, in Brooklyn NY.
Irreversible Entanglements, Amina Claudine Myers,Nicole Mitchell
From Copenhagen to Brooklyn, the “revolutionary" (Shadowproof) free jazz collective Irreversible Entanglements has shared its message of liberation, starting with its first appearance at a Musicians March Against Police Brutality in New York City in early 2015. Comprised of mesmerizing vocalist Camae Ayewa (a.k.a. Moor Mother) – whose searing poetic narrations of Black trauma, survival and power drive each work, alto saxophonist Keir Neuringer, trumpeter Aquiles Navarro, double bassist Luke Stewart and Tcheser Holmes on drums, this quintet will join forces for a unique evening of music-making with two equally powerful artists: Legendary pianist/vocalist/improviser Amina Claudine Myers, a member of the Association for the AACM - Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians since 1966; and the "furiously inventive" (Los Angeles Times) composer/flutist Nicole Mitchell. A member of the AACM since 1965, her influences are multi-dimensional, across generations and genres. She received a 2011 Herb Alpert Award in the Arts, and has been named “the most important jazz flutist of her generation" (All About Jazz).
An arresting display of sonic improvisation and expressive poetry from ‘liberation-minded free jazz collective’ Irreversible Entanglements.
The quintet makes music that looks to the past for influence but is not constrained by tradition. All participants in the free jazz continuum, their playing is both urgent and unpredictable – compositions and improvisations build and undulate, taking the listener into unexpected sonic locations. The tone of each piece is driven by Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother’s fiery poetic narrations of Black trauma, survival and strength. The result is music that is powerful and beautiful – jazz music with a message and a purpose.
Irreversible Entanglements were formed in 2015 to play at a Musicians Against Police Brutality event in NYC, beginning as a trio and expanding to a five-piece for recording at Brooklyn’s Seizure’s Palace in August of that same year, which resulted in their self-titled debut album.