Broken Record @Litquake
Disembodied Poetics presents Broken Record as part of #litquake2016. Each performer shares a personal story about how music (an artist, song, experience, etc.) inspired them. Then they will cover, in any way they see fit, a song that encapsulates that story. Free show, expensive memories.
Featuring Chris Cole, Charlie Getter, Maya Dorn, Turk & Divis (Evan and Miles Karp), and Hazel Rose.
Chris Cole is disembodied poetics. Eventually he will update this bio (check), which was written by someone described below, or he won't, in which case all you'll know is that he's written a book, Such Great Heights: A Novel
Maya Dorn is a singer, songwriter, producer, performer and creative instigator from Oakland, CA. Creating and collaborating on cutting edge projects, Maya has toured internationally and worked with such luminaries as Jerry Casale of Devo, Sarah Silverman, and Femi Kuti in Lagos, Nigeria. She can be seen and heard as Mc Ladyfinger in the electro pop futurists Sweet Snacks, and was as a vocalist/lyricist for the 10 piece Afro-beat collective Aphrodesia.
Hazel Rose is a lyricist and singer from San Francisco. Her message fiercely inspires change, and her sound ranges from Hip Hop, to Soul, to synthy electronic music. She released her debut solo album "The Seed" in 2015. Look out for her new music and videos on HazelRoseMusic.com.
Evan and Miles Karp are Turk and Divis, an intersection where chance, rhythm, and processed repetition collide with modified fragments of language to form serendipitous anthems and intimate, often polyvocal meditations inside of those anthems. Old school samples and some of tomorrow's most unusual hits @ turkanddivis.bandcamp.com.
Charlie Getter is a poet and performer from the street corner of 16th and Mission in San Francisco. He has a birthmark on his belly the shape of the Island of Jamaica which has grown as he's advanced in age and girth. Charlie rides his bicycle around San Francisco with a bag of tools with which he fixes cars. His oft delayed book, How to Arrange Physics and Geography to your Advantage was released in late September by Seventh Tangent Press.
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