Presented by Transformer Station, the Small Hall Concert series is back with Some Kind of Grain, featuring ambient, electronic and sampled music with DELOFI, Forest Management and RA Washington. The Small Hall Concerts are a series of intimate performances hosted in conjunction with Transformer Station's exhibition "Jess T. Dugan and Richard Renaldi."
Select Thursdays from 5 - 8 pm.
These concerts are ticketed - RSVP required.
$5 - space is limited
DELOFI, AKA Chris Horne, creates tape-driven compositions. This Cleveland-based producer and experimental beatmaker creates instrumentals that are serene, chilled and enhanced by the pops and snaps of analog grain. He uses samplings of spoken
word and field recordings layered over intense, looping sounds to provoke an emotional response. Alternately spiritual, exploratory and profound, he consistently releases fascinating experimental music.
In 2012, Horne and Uplift/General Dirt started DIRTY TAPES NYC. This growing collective has been curating and documenting artists and live showcases via analog cassette tapes, VHS video, zines, and other raw media.