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Wednesday, May 27 7:00pm

$7 -General Admission

Free to Squeaky Wheel members

Limited capacity, first-come first-served seating


 

This event is supported by the The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, Erie County (Arts & Cultural Funding), M&T Bank / M&T Charitable Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA).

 

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SOS Sound Series

Aaron Dilloway w/ Andrew Kirschner of Mistake by the Lake Tapes

The tools used in Dilloway’s work are not the convenient means to an end of a noise dilettante: they are his instrument.

– Dustin Krcatovich, The Quietus

Pitchfork calls Aaron Dilloway’s 2012 record, Modern Jester, “a travelogue where words and pictures are replaced by sonic textures”. Dilloway is a former guitarist and tape manipulator for Wolf Eyes. He is currently runs the noise record label Hanson Records in downtown Oberlin, Ohio, which is also a record store and mail order operation. He will bathe you in analog delay and murky drones.
Andrew Kirschner of Mistake by the Lake Tapes is also performing on the bill.
Event Details

General Admission is $7 or free to Squeaky Wheel members. Doors open at 6:30 PM and the performance will start at 7:00 PM. Limited capacity, first-come first-served seating.


This event is part of Squeaky Wheel’s monthly <SOS> Sound Series, which showcases sound-based media artists and toolmakers and provides a forum for artists to share and demystify their techniques with audiences.

Squeaky Wheel’s media arts programming is generously supported in part by grants and awards received from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), City of Buffalo Cultural Funding, Erie County Arts & Cultural Funding, and individual members, businesses, and supporters.


 


This event is part of the monthly <SOS> Sound Series, which showcases sound-based media artists and toolmakers and provides a forum for artists to share and demystify their techniques with audiences.