|DEC 1 - BURLINGTON, VT @ ON HOLD|
|DEC 2 - MONTREAL, QC @ TBA|
|DEC 3 - OTTAWA, ON @ THE HOUSE OF TARG|
|DEC 4 - TORONTO, ON @ HANDLEBAR|
|DEC 5 - DETROIT, MI @ TRUMBULLPLEX|
|DEC 6 - ERIE, PA @ URRARO GALLERY|
|DEC 7 - PITTSBURGH, PA @ MODULAR SYNTH PLAYGROUND|
|DEC 8 - PHILADELPHIA, PA @ TBA|
|DEC 9 - BROOKLYN, NY @ MUCHMORES|
|DEC 10 - BOSTON, MA @ FILENES BASEMENT|
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Squelcher is John Perotti and Matt Reed. The two began an expedition into their own uncharted musical depths of space, time and electronic synthesis in 2014. Squelcher strives to reference sounds of the past while also attempting to unearth sounds of future futures. A mutual love of being locked in a windowless room in Boston, MA for all hours of gray (or beautiful) days unites the two in inspiration that can only be derived from fluorescent lights. This tour coincides with the first release from Squelcher, a self-titled LP of 7 songs and a runtime of just over 40 minutes.
Tim Davison has been performing electronic music in Boston since 2007, most recently exploring the modular synth under the moniker Prone. All of his music is improvised to stereo and self-contained within the modular without the aid of midi or computers, approaching the instrument more like a jazz musician than a programmer. Driven by this approach, Prone creates surrealist soundscapes littered with the abstractions of drone and techno.
Based out of Boston, Christopher Konopka specializes in generating one-of-a-kind visual textures with raw video signals. Using an analog video synthesizer, video signals can be layered, keyed and fed back into themselves as a way to paint with a television in real-time. Each design is unique and can also be influenced by it's environment, creating an interactive conversation based on the moment as it is happening. Evolving organically, the imagery conjoured is like plucking thoughts out of the air and providing a venue for a new form of individual reflection.