Howl Performance Series #9

Brooklynites, Queensters, denizens of Work Island! The #HowlConcert is back and proud as hell to be co-hosted by Artery at the iconic Bushwick art house Rubulad !!!

August 26th, 2018

Doors open @6:30pm. Show @7pm

DM on FB/IG or email rubulad@outlook.com for address

  • Music –

Feral Foster (musician/songwriter): Feral Foster has been gigging in New York, across the country and in Europe for the past 10 years, capturing the imagination and attention of listeners with his impassioned singing and powerful songwriting. Foster draws from the deep wellspring of early blues, country, and jazz to tell contemporary, human stories, making for music that feels well worn and strikingly fresh at the same time

  • Music –

Ali Dineen (singer, multi-instrumentalist and visual artistAli Dineen has been performing her original music and songs from the American folk tradition in New York and across the United States for the past several years, drawing upon music ranging from 1920s American jazz to Eastern European polyphony. Her lyrics are poetic and deeply personal, using narrative to draw connections between personal experience and larger histories. Audiences across the country have been captivated by her breathtaking voice and the power of her songs’ messages

  • Music –

Joanna Mattrey (violist, sound artist): Joanna Mattrey is a violist active in both the new music and free improvisation communities who’s playing often incorporates textural gestures, preparations, and electronic alterations. She is searching in sound for expressiveness in harsh noise or extreme distortion, and blending intention with silence

  • Spoken Word –

No Land

  • Movement –

Caroline Nelson:  Caroline is a founding member of Falcon Dance and Treeline Dance Works, while freelancing for various other dance companies within NYC.  

Cash bar  

***$10 Suggested Donation — Donations strongly encouraged***    

Howl Performance Series is presented by The How, an artist collective pushing the boundaries of contemporary performance in New York City. The How leans into the wide-ranging origins of its ensemble, and the many disciplines they bring to the table to create art that retranslates, mistranslates, and vandalizes the customary borders between form and content. Our series aims to present the work of artists of different genres and mediums in the greater NYC community, as well as giving international artists a platform to perform their work.

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