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Adams/Bucko (Chicago/IA), Blank Thomas, JoAnn McNeil, Oxherding

  • Foam 3359 South Jefferson Avenue St. Louis, MO, 63118 United States (map)


Improvised sax + electronics and drum shredding duo out of Dubuque, Iowa and Chicago respectively. You know Bob from his BBJR solo work, Venereal Crush, and the almighty Sex Funeral. Alexander rips in Galaxxu and operates the Lurker Bias tape imprint.


Egghead abstract electronic zones.
RIYL: plunderphonics, NBA Jams


"While the world at large continues its sluggish, incremental awakening to the embodied artistic brilliance of black women, it would be easy to say that JoAnn McNeil has quietly birthed a collection of living sound and sight fully immersed in the lived-in dystopia that many black women experience on this very same world. The noise of it all (and, yes, in fact “noise” as evidenced by pieces like “Invisa Cell” with its Suzanne Cianni-esque dirge or the ambiance of “Blind Eye” and its Top 40 dance hit in a post Weyland-Yutani world) suggests that nothing from this oeuvre could materialize quietly. Yet, here we are, finally witnessing an artist gently exploding (if you will) from the strange environs of her birthplace of St. Louis (as documented in the photography series “Broken Homes”) and onto stages, galleries, and afro-futurist festivals from St. Louis to Philadelphia." - Alex Smith


Meditative ambient electronics from Fitz Hartwig.