I/O New Music

I/O Fest ’12: After Hours: “Disquiet”

photo by Alex Grimley

Presented in the crystal jewel box that is the Dance Studio at the ’62 Center, the later starting After Hours – “Disquiet” presents late night music at the edge of consciousness. Among other featured works are Morton Feldman’s Why Patterns? and music by David Lang. And just added, special guest Silent Isle.  A solo project of Anastasia Clarke, Hudson, NY based Silent Isle uses a rainbow of effects and loopers to stretch and smear her songs for voice and guitar. The results are massive, madrigal-like, piercing and wavering sonic collages, often described as “hazy” and “trance-inducing.” Matthew Gold, David Kechley, Ileana Perez Velazquez, co-directors