NEXT SHOWS:
  • SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019
    King Eddy (438 9 Ave SE)
    show starts at 10pm


    BUG INCISION, PUBLIC ASSEMBLY SYSTEM
    & THE KING EDDY are pleased to present:


    from edmonton:
    FAMILY INJERA + A CONDUIT/A CROWN OF TEETH +
    from calgary: TRIGGER WARNING + CRYINGSNICE


    FAMILY INJERA
    Mustafa Rafiq is Family Injera - tending to forgotten family roots through sound. Blending traditional guitar style with spiritual field recordings cloaked in abrasive ambient noise, meditative psychedelia is born. Rafiq is additionally known to Bug Incision audiences a member of his previous duo Pyramid/Indigo and known to many across the country as a key part of Edmonton's independent music scene (with his Sweaty Palms concert series), and will be joined on this night by bass clarinettist Ethan Bokma.

    A CONDUIT/A CROWN OF TEETH
    Blistering electronic textures and chaotic percussion is overlapped by spoken word inspired by the terrifying complexity of the human condition. Drumming wiz Sean MacIntosh is known to many for his jaw-dropping circle-hitting in acts like Garry Debussy, Boosh!, and Zebra Pulse. Spoken word artist Tab C.A. is also known for her duo Moonbathers (with Pigeonbreeder Myles Bartel). Calgary debut!

    TRIGGER WARNING
    Solo electronic-based experimental music project of Mary Cleland, a highly active performer around these parts, and also a member of Slut Prophet. This project is a platform for Cleland's ornate sound environments and immersive auditory experiences, incorporating hard-techno and noise influences and her own meditative sense of pacing and approach to texture. One of the last chances to catch this unique performer before she moves on from our fine city.


    CRYINGSNICE

    The new-ish duo of Chris Dadge (Bug Incision founder, Lab Coast, etc) on violin & FX and Eric Hamelin (Ghostkeeper, Sleepkit) on drums & electronics, who recently shared their live debut with an audience at High Line, and are currently at work assembling their debut album, scheduled for release on Bug Incision Records this year. The two have been playing together in various formations for almost 15 years, and with this project, they are aiming to build on their existing rapport with more a somewhat more elaborate approach to spontaneous composition.

  • SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2019
    High Line Brewing: 1318 9 Ave SE, Unit #113
    (access via Minh Chau parking lot off 9th Ave SE)
    7-10pm, 18+, $5 cover


    Another night of mixed ensembles, with these people arranged into duos, trios, and quartets over the course of the three sets:

    Eric Svilpis - guitar, synth
    Jennifer Crighton -
    harp
    Mark Fleischhaker -
    vocals, FX
    Rob Oxoby -
    double bass
    Evan Petkau -
    drums, percussion
    Evan Resnik -
    guitar, synth
    Jonathan Wielebnowski - double bass
    Lauren Wilson - French horn

  • SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2019
    High Line Brewing: 1318 9 Ave SE, Unit #113
    (access via Minh Chau parking lot off 9th Ave SE)
    7-10pm, 18+, $5 cover


    Tim Olive / Doreen Girard / Chris Dadge + more TBA

AVAILABLE NOW:

Re-print of 10th Anniversary Zine
2nd edition, 40 copies, $10 + shipping
bugincision@gmail.com to order

Free at shows or with any purchase

NEW RELEASES OUT NOW:

AVAILABLE NOW via email or Bandcamp

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Joe Morris/Rob Oxoby
Dancing With Penguins
(bim-75)
Bent Spoon Trio
Nine Year Itch (bim-76)

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Joe Morris/Chris Dadge/Jonathon Wilcke
Rural Optimism
(bim-77)

Chris Dadge/Jonathon Wilcke
Three Live Pieces
(bim-78)


COMING SOON:

>>> next volume of the Dan Meichel Archives (Chris Dadge Quartet Live At Beatniq)
>>> photo + video archival materials
>>> reprint of Free Music In Calgary zine

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