Dave Scanlon and Laura Wolf share a bill at Best Video Film & Cultural Center on Thurs., Mar. 31. The show starts at 7 PM and the cover is $10.
This is an indoor show so attendance is 30 max. Proof of vaccination is required to enter and masks are required. (This will be updated if circumstances allow a loosening of these restrictions.)
Dave Scanlon pursues a practice of writing austere songs and continues a series of “counting” compositions focusing on intonation, numerology, and measurement. He is also a member of the experimental rock band JOBS and the pop group Leverage Models.
Scanlon has released music on Ramp Local, New Amsterdam Records, Tzadik Records, Hometapes, Clean Feed Records, New Atlantis Records, and Whatever’s Clever. He has performed at Issue Project Room (NYC), Roulette (NYC), The Stone (NYC), Shinjuku Pit Inn (Tokyo, Japan), Yokohama Airegin (Yokohama, Japan), Boston Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA), Casa Del Popolo (Montreal, Canada), and many more.
Scanlon has performed with Jason Ajemian, David Behrman, Chuck Bettis, Hayashi Eiichi, Alvin Lucier, Jessica Pavone, Pet Bottle Ningen, Yamamoto Seiichi (of The Boredoms), Alena Spanger, Kazuki Tomokawa, Otomo Yoshihide, and numerous others
“Scanlon has managed to create off-center folk tunes that are as uneasy as they are dreamy.” – Post-Trash
Cellist, singer and producer Laura Wolf combines her love of chamber music and glitchy electronic production to weave a “richly textured dream pop, ornate yet organic” (Bandcamp). She is currently based in Providence, RI.