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Music Night: Killick and Martin Howth

August 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free — Donations Appreciated

 

Killick and Martin last made music together in 2020 just before the world changed. They are so glad to have this opportunity to perform again! Each will play a solo set and then a collaborative duo balancing beauty and discovery.

 

Photo: Delene Porter

About Killick
Killick Hinds lives in Athens, Georgia USA. His music is Appalachian Trance Metal made on unusual stringed instruments with an emphasis on unquantifiable rhythms (shaping time), intuitive intonation (shaping pitch), and shamanistic ROYGBIV (shaping color). The primary sonic influences on Killick are animals, wind, water, fire, electrical hum, and silence. Pop-culture mashups and ancient and obscure forms infuse his music; the effect more closely resembles speech patterns and emotionally-drawn architecture than it does conventional Western music. Despite its eclectic nature the sounds are surprisingly familiar and accessible to audiences of all ages and levels of musical involvement. Killick is a co-founder of Habitable Records (habitablerecords.com) and offers mastering services for dynamic sounds through H(i)nds(i)ght Studio. More than 300 Killick albums can be found via www.killick.me.

 

Photo: Alex Jackson

About Martin Howth
Martin Howth is the solo looping project of jazz vocalist Audra Mariel. The music has been described as ethereal, even meditative, but also features catchy hooks and thoughtful lyrics. All loops are generated live, without the use of tracks nor additional digital effects (other than the looping effect itself). Martin Howth’s debut EP, The Wayward Warbler, was released in December 2018, and the next full-length album, Distant Dissonance, is to be released soon.

Details

Date:
August 4
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Organizer

ATHICA
Email:
info@athica.org
Website:
athica.org

Venue

ATHICA
675 Pulaski Street, Suite 1200
Athens, GA 30601 United States
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Phone:
706-850-7770 (voice mail)
Website:
www.athica.org