A number of Portland artists and musicians have been contributing Tom Tom Magazine. This January, we are excited to be holding a benefit show at Holocene for the magazine. A summary of the event is below. Wednesday January 20: Tom Tom Magazine Drum & Art Show, Holocene. Holocene presents an evening of art and performances […]Read more
If you live in L.A. or are going to be there this weekend, be sure to check out the Cloud Eye Control show at the Red Cat. Cloud Eye Control performances integrate animation, experimental theatre, pop/electronic music, and puppetry to fuse the screen and the stage… Yeah. You were missing out, right?? Cloud Eye Control‘s […]Read more
the mag: current issue
#23: The Banned Issue
- Drummers who refused to put down their sticks.
- The Hum: Mondays in October at Manhattan Inn
- 10/05/15 - 10/26/15
The Hum matches musicians who have never worked together and commissions new work from their collaborative pairing, which is performed live for the first and possibly only time. Throughout the month long series, over 35 musicians will take the stage, mixing an eclectic scope of musical genres, styling, aesthetic and beyond.
The next series of the Hum begins October 5th and runs every Monday throughout the month.
On Monday October 12th at 9pm, it will be a curated set by Tom Tom Magazine. The set will be entirely drummers. Performers include Tamsin Wilson (Wilsen) & Katrina Cunningham, Gabi Jimeno (Balancer), Juliana Ronderos (Salt Cathedral) & Kelsey Lu.
More info available at Hypnocraft Presents.
Check out the flyer below and the Facebook event for the full listing of performers in October.
by Narissa Carthy-Dundas, 11-year-old student at Revival Drum Shop Revival Drum Shop, located in SE Portland, is... Continue reading →