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Katharina Rosenberger's SHIFT Album Release

Join us to celebrate the release of SHIFT, a new album of music by Katharina Rosenberger featuring wasteLAnd and RAGE THORMBONES on Hat Hut Records:

Nicholas Deyoe (of wasteLAnd), RAGE THORMBONES, and secret special guests will play three sets of searing, forward-listening compositions and improvisations at the Outhaus, Underwolf's Mid-City avant-bungalow.

Friday, November 17, 2017 at 8pm
$10 donation
8:00 :: Nicholas Deyoe, electric guitar
9:00 :: RAGE THORMBONES, trombone duo
10:00 :: Deyoe + RAGE + special guests

About the Album:

Brian Morton of THE WIRE writes:
"Each (composition) is a sonic environment, a utopic or virtual space in which the physical dimensions, temperatures, textures and vectors of travel are all dictated by sound. [...] They are all the intellectually richer for revealing their inspirations in art and cartography, but they do not depend on those narratives for their success, which is why what you are holding in your hand is such an exciting recording. This really is, as the label has it, music with its ear to the future."

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Underwolf at the Outhaus

Underwolf is pleased to announce the opening of the Outhaus, a new space for experimental composition, free improvisation, avant-rock, and sonic exploration, with three days of performances from adventurous artists. A former beauty salon in Mid-City, Los Angeles, the Outhaus is a new home for music that breaks through the glass of the past with what's to come.

We're celebrating with a dozen performances over opening weekend. Come hang!

Friday, August 4, 2017 at 7 PM
7:15 :: Gregory Uhlmann
8:00 :: Carolyn Chen
9:00 :: Christopher Douthitt
9:45 :: Andrew McIntosh

Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 7 PM
7:15 :: Logan Hone
8:00 :: Laura Steenberge
9:00 :: Matt Barbier
9:45 :: Dollshot

Sunday, August 6, 2017 at 2 PM
2:15 :: Hampton Fancher (fixed media)
3:00 :: Daniel Silliman
4:00 :: Scott Worthington
4:45 :: Southland Ensemble

Deep listening premieres of recorded works from sound artists Desmond Knight and Hampton Fancher.

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loadbang Presents: Premieres - Volume 7 at The National Opera Center's Scorca Hall (NYC)

UW artist Quinn Collins work featured on loadbang's program.

loadbang will be giving the world premiere of works by Zak Argabrite and ZongYun WE, performing works for loadbang by Ioannis Angelakis, Chris Cerrone and Quinn Collins and performing a work for four voices by Joseph Byrd.


Quinn Collins is a composer of rhythmically engaging acoustic and electroacoustic music who aims to combine rigorous formal schemes and processes with rock energy, occupying a space where brains and adrenaline collide.  He earned a B.M. in composition in 2005 at the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music, studying with Frederic Rzewski and Michael Fiday and completed his M.M. in composition at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 2009, studying with Zack Browning, Erik Lund, and Scott Wyatt. Collins holds an M.F.A. from Princeton University, where he is currently a PhD candidate and has been a student of Louis Andriessen, Donnacha Dennehy, Paul Lansky, Steve Mackey, Dan Trueman, Dmitri Tymoczko, and Barbara White. He is also active as a bass guitarist, improvisor, film composer, and theatrical sound designer and is a member of the digital hardcore band The Miz'ries, described as "a noise band who improvises three minute pop songs" and "the music that plays in the club where the bad guys hang out" whose music is released by the label collective Belts & Whistles.  His music has been performed by ensembles such as Mobius Percussion, The Living Earth Show, Dither, The Guidonian Hand, loadbang, Ogni Suono, Newspeak, and So Percussion.   Upcoming projects include an album of improvised material with Rinde Eckert where he acted as guitarist, bass guitarist, and producer to be released on Underwolf Records.  He is currently based in Philadelphia. https://


New York City-based new music chamber group loadbang is building a new kind of music for mixed ensemble of trumpet, trombone, bass clarinet, and baritone voice. Since their founding in 2008, they have been praised as ‘cultivated’ by The New Yorker, ‘an extra-cool new music group’ and ‘exhilarating’ by the Baltimore Sun, ‘inventive’ by the New York Times and called a 'formidable new-music force' by TimeOutNY. Their unique lung-powered instrumentation has provoked diverse responses from composers, resulting in a repertoire comprising an inclusive picture of composition today. In New York City, they have been recently presented by and performed at Miller Theater, Symphony Space, MATA and the Avant Music Festival; on American tours at Da Camera of Houston, Rothko Chapel, and the Festival of New American Music at Sacramento State University; and internationally at the China-ASEAN Music Week and Shanghai Symphony Hall.  loadbang is the recipient of numerous awards, including Chamber Music America/ASCAP's Adventurous  Programming Award and New Music USA's Impact Fund.


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Underwolf at WPRB Studios

Bad Jazz

East Coast Tour Kick Off

Bad Jazz is an improvisational sound art trio based in San Francisco. Using invented instruments, electronic toys, percussion and piano they create roughly rendered sonic landscapes.

Joy on Fire

Anna Meadows (sax); John Paul Carillo (bass/guitar/compositions); Chris Olsen (drum set/percussion)

Sax/bass/drum power trio JOY ON FIRE originally formed in Baltimore, MD in 2009, and has since played up and down the East Coast, including gigs at: Brooklyn’s Shapeshifter Lounge; SoWeBo Fest and Windup Space in Baltimore; The Purple Fiddle in West Virginia; and the The Pour House and Asheville Music Hall in North Carolina. This past May, the group hosted a month-long residency in NYC at SoHo's The Cupping Room Cafe. Now based in North Jersey, JOY ON FIRE recently completed its second album of Black Sabbath meets Eric Dolphy inspired “punk-jazz fuzz-rock,” entitled Devils & Monsters.

Chris Douthitt 

with  Mark Eichenberger (percussion) + Jeff Snyder (electronics)

Christopher Douthitt is a composer, guitarist, and songwriter from Spokane, Washington. His music draws on many traditions, from the twentieth-century avant-garde to American primitive guitar to free improvisation to spoken word. He writes for and fronts the Austin-based band, the Glyphs.

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