Sunday, April 21, 2019

Tashi Dorji upcoming shows:
















//JUNE//
June 1st: NYC
June 2nd: Kingston NY
June 3rd: New Haven CT
June 4th: Greenfield MA
June 5th: Providence RI
June 6th: Boston MA
June 8th: The Thing In Spring, Peterborough NH

Monday, April 15, 2019

NORDRA (Monika Khot) EU Tour dates



4/16 - Geneva CH @ La Makhno - L’Usine

4/17 - Thun CH @ AkuT

4/18 - Zurich CH @ UMBO

4/19 - Metz FR @ La Chouée

4/20 - Antwerp BE @ The Palazzo

4/21 - Gent BE @ Kinky Star

4/22 - Wüppertal DE @ Gallery Groelle

4/23 - Oldenburg DE @ Landmuseum Natur und Mensch

4/24 - Bielefeld DE @ Potemkin

4/25 - Berlin DE @ Urban Spree

4/26 - Warsaw PL @ Chmury

4/27 - Krakow PL @ Klub Alchemia

4/28 - Wien AT @ Arena

4/29 - Prague CZ @ Underdogs

4/30 - Plzen CZ @ Andel Music Bar

5/01 - Chemnitz DE @ Odradek

5/02 - Munich GER @ Import/Export

5/03 - Linz AT @ Kapu

5/04 - Innsbruck AT @ PMK

5/05 - Treviso IT @ Da Tocchetto

Monday, April 8, 2019

Marshall Trammell

April 20th at Southern Exposure SF CA
Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/331718994147118/

Join us on Saturday, April 20, 4:00-7:00PM for a special performance and discussion. Mutual Aid Project – Marshall Trammell (percussion), Tracy Hui (banjo and electronics), Nick Obando (alto saxophone and electronics) – will be joined by solidarity economists, restorative justice and labor activists, and the general public to listen, translate and broaden practical applications of What Does A Harm Free Zone Sound Like? Part II in everyday practices.

This performance will be a continuation of What Does a Harm Free Zone Sound Like? Part I, but can be equally enjoyed even if you can't make it to the first event.

Performing Political Education: Fighting Formations are a series from the “Status Quo Is My Enemy” tour by Improvised Music and Social Practice artist Marshall Trammell, of Antidisciplinarity.net, (formerly Music Research Strategies). Inspired by the historical process of building Harm Free Zones ( sites of Transformative Justice), incarcerated former BPP/BLA Russell “Maroon” Shoatz’ ‘zine “Black Fighting Formations: Their Strengths, Weaknesses and Potentials,” and the tactical media of the Underground Railroad (UGRR), the tour serves to reinserts solidarity technologies of the UGRR and explore the labor-value of i/Improvisation as an everyday life, organizing tool in today's political landscape.


Thursday, March 7, 2019

SIGE artist tour dates



NORDRA (Monika Khot)

EUROPE:

03/08 Aalborg, DEN – 1000fryd W/Sumac, Baptists
03/09 Copenhagen, DEN – Alice W/Sumac, Baptists
03/10 Gothenburg, SWE – Skjul Fyra Sex W/Sumac, Baptists
03/11 Oslo, NOR – Blä W/Sumac, Baptists
03/12 Stockholm, SWE – Kafe 44 W/Sumac, Baptists
03/23 Berlin, Germany- Zukunft am Ostkreuz W/Sumac, Baptists 

4/16 - Geneva CH @ La Makhno - L’Usine
4/17 - Thun CH @ AkuT
4/18 - Zurich CH @ UMBO
4/19 - Metz FR @ La Chouée
4/20 - Antwerp BE @ The Palazzo
4/21 - Gent BE @ Kinky Star
4/22 - Wüppertal GER @ Gallery Groelle
4/23 - Oldenburg GER @ Landmuseum Natur und Mensch
4/24 - Bielefeld GER @ Potemkin
4/25 - Berlin GER @ Urban Spree
4/26 - Warsaw PL @ Chmury
4/27 - Krakow PL @ Klub Alchemia
4/28 - Wien AT @ Arena
4/29 - Prague CZ @ TBA
4/30 - Plzen CZ @ Andel Music Bar
5/1 - Chemnitz GER @ Odradek
5/2 - Munich GER @ Import/Export
5/3 - Linz AT @ Kapu
5/4 - Innsbruck AT @ PMK
5/5 - Treviso IT @ Da Tocchetto

Jon Mueller:







3/21 St. Louis, Missouri

3/23 Big Ears Festival - Knoxville, TN

3/24 Bloomington, IN

4/11 Milwaukee, WI

4/12 Madison, WI

4/13 Toledo, OH

4/14 Cleveland, OH







Daniel Menche:





3/ 28

Los Angeles, CA at Zebulon with PITA (Peter Rehberg)

EUROPE:


Sun 16/06/2019
Prague, Czech Republic with SUMAC

Mon 17/06/2019
Budapest, Hungary with SUMAC

Tue 18/06/2019
Vienna, Austria with SUMAC

Wed 19/06/2019
Munich, Germany with SUMAC

Thu 20/06/2019
Milan, Italy with SUMAC

Fri 21/06/2019
Winterthur, Switzerland with SUMAC

Sat 22/06/2019
London, UK
(TOUCH showcase) 

Weds 26/06/2019
Paris, France

Photo by Cameron Kelly



Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Experimental Love SIGE Records Valentine show


Upcoming SIGE records show at the Chapel in Seattle WA "Experimental Love" Featuring Daniel Menche, Marshall R. Trammell+Aaron Turner, Faith Coloccia as Mára, NORDRA and William Fowler Collins


February 14, 2019 | 7:300 PM | $5 – $15 donation at the door 
 
 
 
 
“Experimental Love” – A collective exploration of drone, free improv, abstracted song and electroacoustic composition by SIGE Records artists Nordra, William Fowler Collins, Faith Coloccia, Daniel Menche, Marshall Trammell and Aaron Turner.

Nordra is the solo project of Zen Mother’s singer and guitarist Monika Khot, on label SIGE Records. Cinematic in nature, Nordra has utilized the trumpet to evoke an uncommon feeling of dread, along with sequenced beats, vocals, and guitar loops.

Originally from rural New England and now living in New Mexico, William Fowler Collins is an American composer, recording artist, and performer of dark minimalist music and drone music. Collins will perform material based on his new release, Field Music (SIGE). “Field Music isn’t a soundtrack for the bomb itself, but for the land that bore witness to its inception.” -THE WIRE

Faith Coloccia is an artist and composer/musician. She performs in Mamiffer, Mára and Barnett+Coloccia. She is the co-owner of SIGE records.

Daniel Menche is an experimental musician and multidisciplinary artist from Portland who has been performing and recording since 1989. He will be performing an electro-acoustic set of string drones reflecting the nature of his most ambient recordings on Sige Records — atmospheric and ominous drones that defy gravity.

Marshall Trammell is a percussionist & interdisciplinary cultural producer devoted to social issues. His unique training includes apprenticeships with improvising and folkloric masters, 20+ years as a creative music professional in the Bay Area, and MFA studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Integrated Electronic Arts. Currently, Marshall sits on the Executive Committee of the Merced County Arts Council in California’s San Joaquin Valley and spearheads an independent music festival.

Aaron Turner is a musician and artist known primarily for his participation in groups such as SUMAC, ISIS, Mamiffer and Old Man Gloom. His work has been informed by a lifetime involvement with metal/heavy music, often materializing in highly abstracted forms utilizing improvisation and longform composition. Turner is the founder of the Hydra Head Records label and co-founder of SIGE Records with partner Faith Coloccia. This event will mark his first collaboration with Marshall Trammell.

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

SIGE artists in The Wire JAN rewind issue!

Thanks to The Wire: Adventures In Modern Music ! January Rewind issue:
NORDRA (Monika Khot) Ranked #20 out of the 50 best releases of the year and Ranked #1 in the top 10 Noise And Industrial releases of the year with Pylon II!
and a William Fowler Collins- Field Music review!