the wulf.

11.16.2014 8:00 p.m.

Caracol Carnívoro || Corey Fogel || Andrew Young

Caracol Carnívoro makes nightmare music on acoustic instruments. Both natives of Los Angeles, Martín Escalante (sax) and Oliver Steinberg (bass) met online through a craig's list want ad. Martín has lived most of his life in Guanajuato, Mexico, working on film and photography jobs, while Oliver lives and works as a musician in LA, this duo is their outlet for cathartic, ritualistic, improvised noise rooted in free jazz.

Corey Fogel (b. 1977) is a drummer and performance artist currently living in Los Angeles, CA. Corey performs and composes in many rock, jazz, noise, folk, and chamber music capacities. His solo work as a composer and performance artist is based around spontaneous encounters with sounds, objects, personalities, textiles, foods, spanning video, dance, and installation. In addition to touring and recording nationally and abroad, Corey has been a member of groups: Julia Holter, Missincinatti, The Mae Shi, Gowns, Cryptacize, Barbez, Monstro, The Curtains, Learning Music, Nowcloud, Dominique Leone, 18 Squared. Corey has presented his own work with Machine Project, LACMA, Human Resources, The Wulf, The Hammer Museum, and REDCAT. He was recently awarded The California Community Foundation 2014 Fellowship in Visual Arts, and was in Residence at Koktebel I:O in Turkey.

andrew  young is an american composer, improviser, collaborator, performer, and digital artist from rhode island. his compositional style ranges from sparse quiet music to searing harsh noise. these compositions principally employ pitchless structures that are generated from audio processing, glitched audio, field recordings, and instrumental noise. his music focuses on experimentation, chaos theory, flocking patterns, feedback, algorithmic music (in the form of automated musical systems), radical politics, non-idiomatic instrumental techniques, auditory phenomenon, and digital technology. andrew recieved his BFA in music composition at the california institute of the arts where he studied with michael pisaro, wolfgang von schweinitz, mark trayle, and sara roberts.