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04.04.2019 8:00 p.m.

Liew Niyomkarn + Inne Eysermans

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

INNE EYSERMANS:  Antwerp-based producer, musician and sound artist Inne Eysermans creates musical performances and spatial compositions, often in combination with text and/or (moving) image. In the upcoming performance, she will be exploring pre-recorded data and time in semi-structured, interactive environments created in Max/MSP and Mira.

LIEW NIYOMKARN:  Liew Niyomkarn's Aquabeez is a newest granular performance that conjures an image of greenery landscape, a dense swarm of insects. Liew reuses sound from field recording, feedback loop and traditional music that is stretched, mingled all together into a new form that leaves its original.

Liew Niyomkarn is Thai born, Antwerpen based artist who works with sound, drawings, found objects and essay. Liew’s work is known for its ecstatic and unpredictable event. Often expresses a sensory of flexibility and impermanence behavior through live performance. She often uses essay, found-objects, and sculpture in her performance.  Her works range from music composition, drawing, storytelling, and real-time performance. Liew has performed in many various places such as High Zero festival (Baltimore), BetaLevel (Los Angeles), Studio Loos (Den Haag), WORM (Rotterdam), Het Bos (Belgium), DAAD (Berlin), The Wulf (Los Angeles) and among other places.


03.15.2019 8:00 p.m.

Erin Demastes, Derek Monypeny, Sahba Sizdhakhani

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

Erin Demastes is a Los Angeles-based multimedia artist, composer, and performer whose research lies at the intersection of art and science. She uses repurposed technology and everyday objects to explore sonic phenomena related to acoustics, resonance, electricity, and magnetism. Her fixed media work usually consists of assembled sculptures made from hacked electronics and things that should probably be in the trash. Erin also specializes in improvised music, and her current work involves performing on synthesizers, laptops, toys, found objects, and homemade instruments and electronics. She fosters a sense of play, experimentation, and discovery in both her performances and installations.

Derek Monypeny is a Joshua Tree, CA-based guitarist and oud player who has played in the bands Oaxacan, ALTO!, and Sir Richard Bishop's Freak Of Araby Ensemble. He has performed and toured with artists such as Bill Orcutt, Jozef van Wissem, Eva Aguila/Kevin Shields, Arrington de Dionyso, and many others.

"Derek, using tastefully deployed effects and small and patient gestures, digs deep into those thin places where all kinds of inner space visions can flourish. You could talk about the complex social organization and communication among undiscovered species of highly intelligent insects deep under the sands of Mars . . . or any pulsing pattern of pure electricity hurtling somewhere through deep space . . . or shortwave radio broadcasts of the latest tunes by mutant Touareg troubadours roaming the dark side of the moon . . . etcetera" -Larry Dolman, Blastitude magazine

Iranian musician Sahba Sizdahkhani serves as a unique crossroad of East meets West. Inspired heavily by 1960’s free-jazz and Persian Traditional Music, he constantly channels the fire-energy and longing for connectivity that these two stormy histories represent.

Sahba completed a Bachelor of Arts at The University of Maryland in Art History and Archeology as well as in Jazz Performance at Berklee College of Music. He has played and recorded with artists on the imprints of Dischord Records, Southern Lord, and Drag City. His hazy, atmospheric solo performances with 104-string santour and drums have been described as “a dispatch from antiquity.”


02.22.2019 8:00 p.m.

the wulf. & Coaxial x Compose LA

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

Free admission! Please RSVP to the event post on Eventbrite.

Liam Mooney and Speaker Ackbar Abbas, Ph.D.

Liam Mooney’s Flatland (2019) is a work loosely patterned after Edwin Abbott's novella, Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. Abbott's examination of humanity—and the natural and constructed categories contained therein—still seems to have the sting of relevance, and the listener might not find it at all difficult to connect Abbott's observations to features of present-day societies.

An aficionado of fakes, Ackbar Abbas is the author of some of the most influential texts on Hong Kong culture and literature, and on culture, literature, film, art, architecture, and critical theory more generally. A professor of comparative literature and film at the University of California, Irvine, Abbas was born, raised, and—as he puts it—corrupted in Hong Kong. He insists on thinking with whatever is at hand, materially and ideationally, on finding the deeply revealing in the obvious, significance amidst desolation, possibility in vulnerability, a map of culture in the design it authorizes.

This event was planned in collaboration with the wulf. & Coaxial. Compose LA  is  a new city-wide new music, new ideas festival planned in conjunction with Department of Cultural Affairs – City of Los Angeles, American Composers Forum of Los Angeles, University of California Humanities Research Institute, and the  Center for Music Innovation – UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. For information about the full roster of events, go to the DCA website: https://culturela.org/programs-and-initiatives/compose-la-2019/.


02.19.2019 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: Dustin Wong + Takako Minekawa, Erin Demastes

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

This event is a part of the wulf.'s third annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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02.18.2019 8:00 p.m.

TONED, Erika Bell + Andy Young, L.A Feedback

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

TONED (Oakland/Philly) is the electroacoustic music ensemble of Nathan Corder (electronics), Tom Weeks (alto saxophone), and Leo Suarez (drum set). TONED engages with extremes, operating in the realms of deeply listened sensitivity, muscular sonic assaults, and impenetrable modernist abstractions. Split between the Bay Area and Philadelphia, the three members of TONED have collectively worked with luminaries including Roscoe Mitchell, William Winant, Jaap Blonk, and Jack Wright, as well as groups such as JITTERS, Taiwan Housing Project, Nude Tayne and wMerchandis

Erika Bell + Andy Young (you already know, CA) 
Drones, Interplanetary assault systems, sounds for children, 100% all organic and free range. 

LA Feedback (LA)
They play the hits. Feedback instruments, noise, and chirps. 
~Clint Dodson, James Vitz-Wong, Evan Schaaf, Cody Putman~


02.15.2019 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: Pablo Dodero, Haydeé Jiménez, Jake Hanna

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

This event is a part of the wulf.'s third annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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02.13.2019 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: M. Lorenz, Teodora Stepancic and Assaf Gidron

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

An evening of music performed by M. Lorenz, Teodora Stepancic and Assaf Gidron

  • M. Lorenz - Rauscharbeit
  • Teodora Stepancic - solo
  • Assaf Gidron - Casio Sine Tones
  • Evelyn Emile - Seasons and Days
  • Cat Lamb - Curvo Totalitas

Teodora Stepancic is composer, pianist and curator. In recent years, Teodora has been collecting works for the piano and different ensemble formations that speak in the voice of the outsider, a hushed voice, that does not try to draw attention to itself, that stresses generosity, attentiveness, intimacy, spirit and focus. She is interested finding different ways of presenting, performing and creating music and tries to create an atmosphere that invites for intimate listening and experience, a space for sharing sounds, ideas and music. Teodora curates, organizes and performs concerts in Europe, USA, Middle East and Argentina. She is currently presenting second season of Piano+ concert series at Spectrum, Brooklyn. In her compositions Teodora explores different ways of incorporating theatrical and visual elements into music performance, cyclical and game-based musical forms, and developing works in close collaboration with individual performers. http://teodora.stepancic.com/

M. Lorenz - percussionist, composer, DJ. He studied percussion at the Conservatories of Zurich and Amsterdam and at the Conservatoire National de Région Rueil-Malmaison near Paris and took part in master classes with Jean-Pierre Drouet und Georges Aperghis. Since 1999, Martin Lorenz has worked as a freelance percussionist on the contemporary and experimental music scene and has realized solo and chamber music projects with assorted partners. Lorenz began to use electronics to complement his arsenal of percussion instruments, and thus expanded his spectrum of expressive forms towards installation work and music on the fringes of club culture. Furthermore, he has created a series of electronic works for his performances as a DJ, which he has published in a small limited edition on records prepared by hand. http://martinlorenz.ch/

Assaf Gidron is a composer and musician based in Brooklyn and originally from Tel Aviv. Assaf composes electronic and instrumental music, often produced through fixed processes combining harmonic, melodic and temporal material to produce evolving gradations of musical affect. Together with Teodora Stepancic, Assaf is half of the curator/performer duo Stepancic.Gidron. He is an active as performer and improviser, playing cello, guitar and electronics, and member of the NYC-area based Love Collective, a group devoted to organizing intimate events playing rarely performed and new works. http://assafgidron.com/

This event is a part of the wulf.'s third annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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02.11.2019 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: Laura Steenberge, Jessika Kenney, Diego Gaeta

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

This event is a part of the wulf.'s third annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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02.02.2019 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: Sahba Sizdahkhani, Wizard Apprentice, film screenings by Mark Toscano

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

This event is a part of the wulf.'s third annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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01.20.2019 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: Elle Mehrmand and Sally Decker

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

This event is a part of the wulf.'s third annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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