Andrew Weathers: Composer and improviser originally from Chapel Hill, NC, currently based in Oakland, CA. His music exists in a space between improvisation and composition—equally influenced by the 20th century American minimalists and underground noise.
Andrew performs rigorously in a variety of contexts, both composed and improvised. In addition to solo performances, he heads up the Andrew Weathers Ensemble, which he will be playing with on this tour. He also performs and records regularly with Kirtan Choir, Weathers/Glover, Tethers, and Parties. In the past, he has performed with Acid of All Ruins, Bicameral Mind, Northern Valentine, Tatsuya Nakatani, Laurent Estoppey, and Hal McGee, among others. In addition to his busy performing schedule, Weathers helps run Full Spectrum Records.
Amulets: The solo project of Austin-based audio + visual artist Randall Taylor. Through the exploration of cassette manipulation, circuit bending, and looping, Amulets blurs genres of ambient, drone, noise, and electronic music. The audio and visual components of Amulets exploit the imperfections of analog magnetic tape, specifically cassettes and vhs, in order to create visceral experiences that are simultaneously nostalgic and futuristic. Check out Amulets' recent video submission to NPR's Tiny Desk Contest.
Parker Davis: Guitarist/vocalist/composer polymath; member of Gulch, Orange Crunsh.
Tsone: Electronic composer for small moments.