FIN DE CINEMA: Akira Kurosawa's DREAMS (1990) with re-imagined live score composed + performed by:

Holocene presents...

FIN DE CINEMA: Akira Kurosawa's DREAMS (1990) with re-imagined live score composed + performed by:

Jonathan Sielaff (Golden Retriever), Brown Calculus, Palm Dat & Noah Bernstein (Shy Girls), Dylan Stark

Wed Mar 15

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

FIN DE CINEMA: Akira Kurosawa's DREAMS (1990) with re-imagined live score composed + performed by:
FIN DE CINEMA: Akira Kurosawa's DREAMS (1990) with re-imagined live score composed + performed by:
Jonathan Sielaff (Golden Retriever)
Jonathan Sielaff resides in Portland, OR and plays the bass clarinet. Because he likes to play with drummers and electronic instruments, he often amplifies the bass clarinet and processes it with guitar pedals (he is also, conveniently, a guitarist).
Although he cut his musical teeth in rock bands, new music ensembles, and free improvisation, he now enjoys exploring territory that exists between genres.
His primary musical project is the duo Golden Retriever with Matt Carlson on synth. They have a bunch of tapes and CDs out there and more recently released an album with the salient SF label, Root Strata. This summer they have an album coming out on Thrill Jockey.
Brown Calculus
Brown Calculus
Jazzy, intergalactic soul project between singer Vaughn Kimmons (Brown Alice, Popgoji, Tribe Mars) and Tribe Mars keyboardist Andre Burgos (Brown Calvin).
Palm Dat & Noah Bernstein (Shy Girls)
Palm Dat is local musician and photographer Akila Fields. He plays keys in Shy Girls, makes his own shoegazing R&B as Palm Dat, and shares his vision at akilafields.com. Every Saturday he co-hosts INTUITIVE NAVIGATION on XRAY.FM / 107.1 from 6-7pm.
Dylan Stark
Dylan Stark
Right now Dylan Stark doesn't have a Facebook following, or a twitter feed. He hasn't been hyping his Tumblr presence or pushing for subscribers on Youtube. Instead the 24 year old Portland, Oregon resident has focused every bit of his time making some of the most richly immersive and intricate music we've ever heard.

Dylan's passion for music began at age 5 when he started studying piano intensely. At a crossroads at the age of 18 he boldly rejected attending any college place in order to wholeheartedly devote himself to making his own music.

So often the development of countless want-to-be musicians is accompanied by the need for instant upload, evaluation and affirmation, but Dylan's approach – his patience and confidence – has allowed him to debut (and it really is a true debut, there's nothing else anywhere you could listen to with his name on it) a highly sophisticated and fully realised long-player: 'Heartland'.

When listening to Dylan's music you are immediately immersed in a wild, expressive world of his creation; there is an emotional quality that can't be captured in descriptions or comparisons. He doesn't need a hip, curated Tumblr or a witty Twitter feed to grab your attention, the greatest reason to be a fan of Dylan Stark is the only reason he wants you to consider: the music.
Venue Information:
Holocene
1001 SE Morrison St.
Portland, OR, 97214
http://www.holocene.org/