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Found Sound Nation: Odetta Hartman, Mobius Percussion, Noveller, Pinegrove

Tune in for a diverse, live set of melodious and manifold electric guitar, experimental indie rock and drum sets, and folk/country/soul mashups. Featuring the music of Odetta Hartman, Mobius Percussion, Noveller, and Pinegrove at The Found Sound Nation concert series recorded on June 26th, 2015 at Pioneer Works.

Odetta Hartman writes songs of Greek myths and traveling; of pride, Pynchon, and fairy tales; of animals and body parts and made-up words.

Mobius Percussion seek to fuse their interest in fresh sounds with their commitment to high-quality performance and the promotion of new works by emerging composers. The group includes David Degge, Mika Godbole, Yumi Tamashiro and Frank Tyl.

Noveller is the solo project of Brooklyn-based guitarist and filmmaker Sarah Lipstate. Handling the electric guitar as her muse, Lipstate summons a sonic palette so rich as to challenge the listener to conceive of how it’s housed in a single instrument manipulated by a solitary performer.

Pinegrove is a four-piece rock hard at work in the promotion of introspective partying. They are a band living out dreams in a reflective lattice of flavor and strength.

Found Sound Nation is a collective of musicians and artists curating events, workshops, and performances around New York City. Their projects include The Young Composers Workshop, Street Studio, and OneBeat. Operating under the overarching FSN ethos that encourages the diminishing of boundaries in music-making and music-listening, be they ethnic, cultural, or stylistic, this concert series features a diverse curation of artists, both local and international.


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