Cosmic, collagist Tuesdays of experimental electronic soothsaying? That’s just the (totally ethereal) icing on the (again, not remotely tactile) cake, baby! Indeed, long before she moved into our beloved Hole in the Wall, Mari Maurice had already claimed permanent residency in our heads. It’s not just her No Limit Records-style release calendar, careening month by month from bombastic glitch skronk to sparse electroacoustic textures. There’s a legitimately diaristic, quotidian spirit behind all that manic prolificacy – Maurice’s earnest desire to share her everyday. Whether culling melody from viola, barking dogs, or her own muttering voice, the great gift of More Eaze’s sound-play is that it continues reverberating long after she’s ceded the stage, reigniting a romance with our own hidden sonic surroundings. This Tuesday, with two more to follow, also features Fibril, Ethan Billips, and I’d Really Like to See You Again.
Tue., Oct. 11, 9pm