Tatsuya Nakatani, The Whale (April 11, 2014) — two sets at Hays Street Bridge (in collaboration with Resonant Interval): The Whale (Kory Cook, Eddie Vasquez, Justin Carney), Tastuya Nakatani.
No Idea Festival (February 23, 2014) — three sets at Southwest School of Art with after party at Tortilleria La Popular. More info here.
Marcus Rubio, Todd Lerew, Justin Boyd (December 19, 2013) — four sets at Tortilleria La Popular: Justin Boyd, Todd Lerew, Marcus Rubio + Todd Lerew, Marcus Rubio.
Marriage, James Woodard, Oltre la Morte (October 26, 2013) — four sets at Hays Street Bridge (in collaboration with Resonant Interval): James Woodard, Marriage, Oltre La Morte, freeform freakout with all artists.
No Idea Festival (February 20, 2013) — three sets at SMART Art Project Space. More info here.
Janet Feder, James Sidlo (November 4, 2012) — three sets at Hot Wells: James Sidlo, Janet Feder, Janet Feder + James Sidlo.
No Idea Festival (February 2, 2012) — four sets at SMART Art Project Space. More info here.
Frode Gjerstad Trio, The Whale (August 23, 2011) — two sets at SMART Art Project Space: Frode Gjerstad Trio (Frode Gjerstad, Paal Nilssen-Love, Rune Strøm), The Whale (Kory Cook, Eddie Vasquez).
No Idea Festival (January 27, 2011) — four sets at SMART Art Project Space: Damon Smith + Thomas Helton, LUCRE, Maggie Bennett, Nick Hennies + Alexander Bruck. More info here.
Shawn David McMillen, Christina Carter, Transsexuals (September 23, 2010) — three sets at Boneshakers.
Kamama, spokeNine, Putman/Rivas/Rubio/Woodard (July 6, 2010) — three sets at SMART Art Project Space: Kamama (duo: Audrey Chen and Luca Marini), spokeNine (solo: Jason Jay Stevens), Putman/Rivas/Rubio/Woodard (quartet).
Koboku Senju, Transsexuals + Philip Krumm, Marcus Rubio, Jane Henry (June 2, 2010) — four sets at SMART Art Project Space: Koboku Senju, Transsexuals + Philip Krumm, Marcus Rubio solo, Jane Henry + Marcus Rubio duo. Jeremy Martin wrote a review of Transsexuals + Philip Krumm.
Remi Alvarez + Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, Chris Cogburn + Jesse Kudler (January 13, 2010) — two sets at SMART Art Project Space: Remi Alvarez + Ingebrigt Håker Flaten duo, Chris Cogburn + Jesse Kudler duo.
Layne Garrett, Woodard + Trejo + Rivas, The Transsexuals, Sidlo + Allen (December 17, 2009) — four sets at SMART Art Project Space: Layne Garrett solo, James Woodard + Mario Trejo + Viridiana Rivas trio, The Transexuals, James Sidlo + Sanford Allen duo.
Jason Kahn, Annette Krebs + Chris Cogburn (February 21, 2009) — two sets at “Beauty College” in collaboration with No Idea Festival, Contemporary Art Month, UTSA, and the Swiss Arts Council: Jason Kahn solo, Annette Krebs & Chris Cogburn duo.
Annette Krebs (February 20, 2009) — at Sala Diaz.
Crevice (February 14, 2009) — at the FLIGHT Gallery.
Giuseppe Ielasi + Michaela Grill with Potter-Belmar Labs (December 16, 2007) — Two sets: Giuseppe Ielasi (audio) / Michaela Grill (video), and Potter-Belmar Labs video screening.
Charalambides with Tetuzi Akiyama, Warmer Milks + Shawn David McMillen, Chris Cogburn (March 18, 2007) — Three sets: Charalambides, Shawn David McMillen/Warmer Milks, and Tetuzi Akiyama/Chris Cogburn/Tom Carter. Three videos of this concert were available on YouTube thanks to user narikiri, but they have since been deleted.
Han Bennink + Arthur Doyle (January 25, 2007) — In collaboration with KRTU. Three sets: Arthur Doyle solo, Han Bennink solo, and a duo set. Two short videos of this concert are now available on YouTube: Arthur Doyle solo, and the beginning of the duo set.
No Idea Festival (November 21, 2006) — Organized by Chris Cogburn. Four sets: Chris Cogburn, Dave Dove, Bhob Rainey, Suzanne Thorpe + Liz Tonne; Jeffrey Allport, Dave Dove + Annette Krebs; Jeffrey Allport, Chris Cogburn + Bhob Rainey; Annette Krebs, Suzanne Thorpe + Liz Tonne. Hope to make recording available soon. More information on the festival.
Tetuzi Akiyama + Alan Licht (June 6, 2006) — Three sets: Alan Licht solo on electric guitar, Tetuzi Akiyama solo on electric guitar (boogie set), and an acoustic / electric duo set. Hope to make recording available soon.
MV+EE Medicine Show (August 2, 2004) — Musical performance, screening of Temptation to Zoology, reading from Small as Life & Infinitesimally as Pure, exhibit of entire catalog of Child of Microtones releases + selected posters. Check a review by Lee. We now have the entire show (excluding the movie) available for download – recorded on Minidisc, transfered to CD, encoded to MP3 (at 192 kbps):
Thanks to Lee Jackson for the great recordings!