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White Boy Scream / William Hutson / H&SM / Blessed Blood

Visiting all the way from LA -- White Boy Scream and William Hutson! With locals Hair & Space Museum and Blessed Blood, and special guest Greg Kelley: 

8pm / 21+
Timbre Room (1809 Minor Ave, Seattle)

White Boy Scream
Micaela Tobin is a sound artist based in Los Angeles, CA who specializes in contemporary opera and experimental voice, composing under the moniker White Boy Scream. Within this project Micaela dissects her operatic singing style and extended vocal techniques through the use of electronics, in an attempt to undermine patriarchal constructs in classical music and reclaim the “diva.” Micaela’s work has been compared to Diamanda Galas. This tour is in support of her latest release, Remains. 

William Hutson (of clipping.) with special guest Greg Kelley
William Hutson is a Californian noise artist who has toured extensively within the United States and Europe, solo and as ⅓ of the hip-hop experimentalists Clipping. A meticulous sound designer and producer, William approaches his work with the intention to deliberately question the constructs of genre, utilizing his well-researched academic and pop culture knowledge. His release of improvised work, Six or Seven Steps to the Door, was created using a reel-to-reel tape recorder, mixer, test tone generator, dictaphones, microphones, and radios. William also holds soundtrack credits, most notably for the documentary Room 237.

Hair & Space Museum
Hair and Space Museum is an exploratory multimedia duo whose performances are site-specific meditations on the generative properties of sound. Previous performances have included "A Double Rainbow in Curved Air," a 12-hour improvisation at Seattle University's Hedreen Gallery and "Drone Chamber" at NEPO House, transforming a child's bedroom into a pocket cathedral of primordial vibrations.

Blessed Blood
Blessed Blood is an electronics-based project by Seattle's Rachel LeBlanc. Utilizing hardware effects to expand upon the natural resonances of singing, she processes harmonies into ecstatic hymns, wherein ethereal vocals glide above pulsations and sharp angles. The sound is informed by the artist's life-long home of the PNW, traditional music forms and choral assemblies, and the exploration of history both personal and cultural, resulting in what is at once familiar and unsettling.

Earlier Event: July 29
Fraktured - Resident round up!
Later Event: August 2
AP ft. Eartheater [PAN]