Posted in music | tour dates on June 24, 2011

End Tymes

Ende Tymes Festival is a 3 day festival dedicated to DIY experimental music and video art. With workshops, discussions, screenings, and live music performances, Ende Tymes will expose local fans and artists to processes and production techniques, as well as the work of distant and older practitioners of the hands-on, street-level experimental media arts. Workshops will be conducted in DIY radio transmission, and Victorian Synths and Other Analog Wizardry. A discussion will occur between elder members of the noise and experimental music scene to talk about "street-level experimental music and the evolution of interface and community." Screenings and live performances with video will happen on 3 consecutive nights, featuring curated artists as well as selected pieces from a public call for submissions. Live performances of noise and experimental music will happen on 3 consecutive nights featuring nearly 40 acts from across the US.
More details at the fest's site. Full lineup below.



video screenings:
6:00pm Stephen Shearer "The Golden Age"
Ocusonic "A Diamond Forms Under Pressure"
Kamran Sadeghi "Cohesion"
enrique maitland "#8 SWEET:BOX"
Clint Enns "Lucifer Bearer of Light"
Brian Edgerton "A Flash"
Eric Ostrowski "OBEY"
EyeBodega (Rob Chabebe & Joe Perez) "Discrete Forests"
Sara Sun "Blue"
Bradley Eros + Tim Geraghty "TRANSTRANS (TRANSFORMERS Transformed)"
Chris Rice "Death Cry (Siren Song)"
Zach Layton "untitled"
7:00pm C Spencer Yeh live set
7:20pm David Linton live set

Silent Barn
8:00 PM doors open
9:00 PM Pharmakon
9:20 PM Rust Worship
9:40 PM Twisty Cat
10:00 PM Postcommodity (OK/NM)
10:20 PM Fatale (IL)
10:40 PM Jeff Carey (MD)
11:00 PM Vertonen (IL)
11:20 PM Crank Sturgeon (ME)
11:40 PM MV Carbon
12:10 AM BWT (IL)
12:30 AM Bran(...)Pos (CA)
12:50 AM The Rat Bastard Experience (FL)
1:20 AM ISA Christ
1:40 AM Hex Breaker Quartet


3-5PM discussion with Phill Niblock, GX Jupitter-Larsen, Al Margolis, Katherine Liberovskaya, Gen Ken Montgomery, AMK, Rat Bastard, and Damion Romero

video screenings:
6:00PM Alexei Dmitriev "Abstract?"
Renata Padovan "Tulips for Iguazu"
Maile Colbert "Over The Eyes"
Paul Prudence + Francisco López "Hydro-Organic Machine Study"
Ryan Marino "All That Remains"
Carole Kim + Carl Stone "Under Glass"
Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa + Tristan Shepherd "And They Watched The World All Around"
Mike & Dawn Haleta "Cycle412" & "Poly Floater Study"
Shanna Maurizi + Julia Shirar "Landscape: Los Angeles"
Jeff Gburek "The Perfect Sentence is the Perfect Silence"
7:15pm Bruce Tovsky live set
7:35pm Katherine Liberovskaya + Al Margolis live set

Silent Barn
8:00 PM doors open
9:00 PM John Mannion
9:20 PM Page27 (CO)
10:00 PM Dog Lady (MI)
10:20 PM Phill Niblock
11:20 PM Sick Llama (MI)
11:40 PM Novasak (CO)
12:00 AM AMK (CA)
12:30 AM Andrew Coltrane (MI)
12:50 AM GX Jupitter-Larsen (CA)
1:20 AM Kyle Clyde
1:40 AM Yellow Tears


video screenings
6:00pm Russell Chartier "Confined"
Jean D.L. "A long night..."
James Elaine + William Basinski "Blueprints on a Winter Pond"
Jeff Carey "Mod, Impulse"
Lucas Abela "DJ Smallcock's Vinyl Arcade"
Z'EV "KALIgraphix 3 ...........for Brion Gysin"
Joshua Bastien + Dreamcatcher (Blake Hargreaves & Katherine Kline)
"Blown Topologies"
Cristopher Cichocki "Cycle in Cycle" & "Storm Drain"
Fabio Scaccioli + Volcano the Bear "Vita notturna di una pozzanghera / Nightlife in a puddle"
7:00pm Daniel Iglesia live set
7:20pm Fyxzis (Steven Flato, Richard Kamerman, Corey Larkin) live set

Silent Barn
8:00 PM doors open
9:00 PM EID
9:10 PM Cowards
9:30 PM Liam Mooney (CA)
9:50 PM Gen Ken Montgomery
10:10 PM Work/Death (RI)
10:30 PM Monsturo (CA)
10:50 PM Mike Shiflet (OH)
11:10 PM Damion Romero (CA)
11:40 PM IDM Theftable (ME)
12:00 AM Jason Soliday (IL)
12:20 AM Opponents
12:40 AM Lolly Gesserit (RI)



Comments (13)

I think that is the most pretentious name for anything I have ever read.

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 10:45 AM

using the term "pretentious" = WORSE THAN HITLER

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 10:50 AM

I don't know this band. Is it good? I will go to if I like music

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 11:03 AM

The most elaborate practical joke I've ever seen. Well played hipsters... well played.

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 11:04 AM

I won't go caws I don't agree with spell of Name -EndeTymes. Maybe another tyme, maybe nawt

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 11:20 AM

the video forgot to ask "is this boring?"

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 11:57 AM

maybe there is too much going on in three days, but this is actually pretty cool. the main point of coolness being that nobody reviewing this event will use the phrases "dinosaur jr.", "garage" or "throwback".

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 1:04 PM

11:20 - good stuff.

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 1:25 PM

if i review this event i might use the phrase "my 5-year old takes my half-broken guitar and a modeling amp and does the same shit as a lot of these clowns. maybe i should put it on a c-20 and sell it."

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 1:35 PM


Hmm, I guess it is just about time to start referring to this blog as "Queens Vegan"

Posted by Anonymous | June 24, 2011 2:35 PM

or rather "anonymous queens who have no life and live for blog comments to justify their pathetic existences"

Posted by Anonymous | July 3, 2011 5:04 PM

I find this video hilarious. No, it's obviously not music and it's obviously not experimental. It is someone who isn't a musician but wants to get on stage and play "rockstar" and has a dire need for attention and acceptance... like most hipsters. This festival is simply a way to legitimize themselves and if you don't like it, hipsters just say "you don't understand it." In reality, it's all self-serving and simply exists so people can say they "understand" it and feel superior.

-A Real Musican

Posted by Anonymous | July 19, 2011 9:56 AM

Real musicians like you should leave real musicians like these, who seem completely beyond your capacity for quantifying or critiqueing with ANY passable knowledge or context, alone. Really, Phil Niblock, 70 some odd years old, who was making the avant garde film community happen in new york before you were born, is such a fucking hipster, right? It's not that you don't understand it, it's that you're a disrespectful moron who can't even bring himself to try to understand why people would be interested in doing things disparate from you. It's interesting that people like you use tactics so similar to anti-miscegenation or anti-queer proponents to alienate or otherwise distance your self from things you don't understand. It's all music. Hipster isn't an adjective or a slur & doesn't describe anything. - trolling in a car on tour playing my hipster music c.c.o.

Posted by Anonymous | July 29, 2011 3:44 PM

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