For more information about DC's experimental music scene
and the Sonic Circuits concert series and festival, including live videos,
photos, & band bios, bookmark: www.districtofnoise.org
DC's experimental scene, including Electric
Possible and Sonic Circuits festival, featured on NPR's "All Things Considered"
on January 6, 2008. Hear the program, check out the sound clips, and read
Don't miss the District of Noise CD--a compilation of
experimental music from Washington, DC. Issued by the American Composers
forum, it features work by BLK w/Bear, Cash Slave Clique, Northern Machine,
Caution Curves, RDK, Tone Ghosting and more!
The DC experimental music scene appeared in a feature
article in Signal
to Noise magazine #51, Fall 2008! Seven pages of texts and photos about
DC Sonic Circuits Festival, Electric Possible, and Velvet Lounge events.
The Fourth Anniversary show (April '07) was previewed
on WAMU-FM's "Metro
Connection" program! Follow the link to hear the full audio clip, featuring
music from Piasa, Facemat, and Spaceship's Panic Orbit!
Read the profile on the El Possible series in On
Tap online, which also appeared in print in the March issue.
Big press for Theremania! included a feature article in
a City Lights pick in Washington City Paper, and mention in the
"Circuit Box" of the Washington Post Weekend section!
Check out the article in the Sept 16, 2005 Washington
Post's Weekend section on DC's experimental music scene, including
El Possible! It's a great overview!
From the Washington City Paper:
"The monthly Electric Possible gathering is all about
words that end in -al--particularly 'experimental,' 'accidental,' 'improvisational,'
and 'irrational'...The noise is a community thing, made by a network of
artists who thrive on the freedom to explore emotional spontaneity, social
rebellion, and psychedelic escapism, without the hippie aftertaste." --Joe
Warminsky, Washington City Paper (Feb 4, 2005 "City Lights")