NEWS    ARTISTS    RELEASES    CONTACT    ABOUT    LINKS    SHOP    


Runtime: 28'41''

"Rogues" is a freely improvised performance by Bryce Beverlin II (percussion, voice), Elizabeth Draper (contra bass), and Timothy Glenn (electronics, laptop) at the iQuit music series on January 15 2006 at the Rogue Buddha. The free improvisation community in Minneapolis, Minnesota is thriving with a solid base of quality performers and enthusiasts. Several regular performance series have been exploring experimental sonic palettes and journeys within a free context for over 4 decades. Milo Fine's ensembles have been active since the 1960s, while more recent series such as the Tuesday Night and iQuit series have been regularly scheduled for nearly a decade.

Bryce Beverlin II is a multidisciplinary artist residing in Minneapolis where he explores various forms of art, most notably free improvisational percussion music. He runs Insides Music and performs in various ensembles in the Twin Cities such as Squid Fist, Scaphe, Swine Wave, and ICE VOLT.
Liz Draper lives in Minneapolis where she plays bass and music.
Tim Glenn is a Minneapolis musician who can be heard with Squid Fist, HeatdeatH, Celestiial, and in collaborations like this one.» - Bryce Beverlin II

Downloads:

01 • Rogues ..................................................................................... pt us
  [28'41'' • 47,6Mb • VBR]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 4,49Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 51,4Mb]

Reviews:

No reviews yet.

« back to releases page

Player:

Get the Flash Player to see this player.


Copyleft:

cover:
©2010 aeriola::behaviour
music:
©2006 Beverlin Draper Glenn
©2010 test tube


This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons License.

How to download music tracks:

• right click the individual links to the files;
• choose 'save as' and point it to the place of your preference (eg: your 'desktop');
• single click usually works, too.
How to play music tracks:

• choose an appropriate mp3/ogg player (we recommend Winamp) and install it on your system;
• usually, you double click the music files to play them, but you might want to follow the program's specific instructions.

(cc) 2004-2014 '| test tube [m¨c] • code and design aeriola::behaviour • this website prefers Firefox