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Sep 8, 2014

2Pretty / Herstory Already

2Pretty / Herstory Already / 2014 / c20 Cass / Wild Flesh Productions
2Pretty is Colin Self and Lain Kay, two NYC sisters backlit by afterhour fumes. 2Pretty spend their days swiping Tony De Vit and Alan Vega tapes, and only return to their basement apartment at the diva house when their harddrives are full. Anarchist Feminist Body Music. For fans of Felix, Marshall Jefferson, and Bumblebee Unlimited. 
Edition of 50.
Sep 8, 2014

Limpe Fuchs / Serpentinit

Limpe Fuchs / Serpentinit / 2014 / c20 Cass / Wild Flesh Productions
"The granite stones reflect the sunlight sometimes.” Limpe Fuchs
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A new recording by Limpe Fuchs of Anima-Sound. The Serpentinit Stones are slabs of granite which Fuchs selected for their tones. She plays these stones with Iron, speaking in a shaded Voice. Recorded in a glass house in Bavaria, this minimal composition haunts the foggy edge of the world with a deeply human and singularly intense focus.  
Serpentinit Stones, Iron, Vox.
Edition of 50.
Apr 10, 2014

大 凶風呂敷 / Now: Zero

 大 凶風呂敷 /  Now: Zero / 2014 / C20 Cass / Wild Flesh Productions
This incarnation of the collective unit  大 凶風呂敷  consists of Tamio Shiraishi, MICO of NNCK, and Cammisa Buerhaus. Recorded at 262 Bowery in April of 2013, this album leans uneasily against melodic dissonance and intuitive lullabies sung by voices in and of time. Disaster music for fans of Semool, Disenio Corbusier, and the Marble Index.

Available exclusively thru Fusetron and Volcanic Tongue.
Apr 10, 2014

Eliza and Parry / MayDay

Eliza and Parry / MayDay / 2014 / C-20 Cass
A darker palette than C.B., MayDay combines muscular Russian sine waves, room recordings cut too close to home, female vocals, and handbuilt instruments. Recorded at 262 Bowery over the course of a year, this tape presents a zone of terror inside the Chronopolis of the Garden of Time. For fans of Reptile Enclosure, The Venus Hunters, and Cry Hope! Cry Fury! Guest appearances by Tamio Shiraishi. Hand built instruments include the Chroma Color Organ and Skip Laplante’s Wooden Chimes(1990) as well as his string instrument, The Canon (1976).
Available exclusively thru Fusetron + Volcanic Tongue.
- Cammisa Buerhaus. 2014

DAIKYOFUROSHIKI ON TOUR 
Feb 21, 2014 / 2 notes


DAIKYOFUROSHIKI ON TOUR 

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Feb 21, 2014 / 2 notes
Dec 3, 2013 / 1 note
This is happening on Saturday at Cage. Should be very interesting. Highly recommended.
Dec 1, 2013 / 1 note

This is happening on Saturday at Cage. Should be very interesting. Highly recommended.

Cage and Wild Flesh Productions are pleased to host a solo performance by instrument inventor and microtonal composer Skip LaPlante. Since the early 1970’s, LaPlante has been working between New York City and Java. His musical work combines Fluxus game theory and Javanese gamelan, creating hazy, uncanny sensory fields that unfold onto endless plains. Tonight, LaPlante will present two pieces written for their respective hand built instruments, the Kanon (1976) and the Just Intonation Tuning Board (2006). Equal parts Pythagoras and Partch, you can expect elegiacally beautiful and time-killingly complex live stream minimalism in the expanded field.Doors at 7. Performance at 8. Donations accepted at the door.83 Hester Street, NYC
Curated by Cammisa Buerhaus and Alexander Fleming.
Oct 27, 2013 / 3 notes

Cage and Wild Flesh Productions are pleased to host a solo performance by instrument inventor and microtonal composer Skip LaPlante. Since the early 1970’s, LaPlante has been working between New York City and Java. His musical work combines Fluxus game theory and Javanese gamelan, creating hazy, uncanny sensory fields that unfold onto endless plains. 

Tonight, LaPlante will present two pieces written for their respective hand built instruments, the Kanon (1976) and the Just Intonation Tuning Board (2006). Equal parts Pythagoras and Partch, you can expect elegiacally beautiful and time-killingly complex live stream minimalism in the expanded field.


Doors at 7. Performance at 8. 
Donations accepted at the door.
83 Hester Street, NYC



Curated by Cammisa Buerhaus and Alexander Fleming.

Wild Flesh Productions and Cage were pleased to present  a solo performance and conversation with MICO. 
Since the early 1990’s, Mico has practiced as a performance artist and musician, in solo and collaborative formations. An original sonic aktionist, she is represented by Kill Rock Stars, PSF Records, Ecstatic Peace, Sound@One, Revenant Records, and Chocolate Monk, among others. Notable groups include No Neck Blues Band, KI, and K Salvatore. Mico brews hallucinatory hymnal codas in the space between Suite for Toy Piano and Leg Lung circa Worm.
The occasion of her solo performance was special and rare, and I, along with everyone at Cage, thank Mico for her work.
- Cammisa Buerhaus, 2013
Co Curated With Karin Schneider. 
Oct 23, 2013

Wild Flesh Productions and Cage were pleased to present  a solo performance and conversation with MICO. 

Since the early 1990’s, Mico has practiced as a performance artist and musician, in solo and collaborative formations. An original sonic aktionist, she is represented by Kill Rock Stars, PSF Records, Ecstatic Peace, Sound@One, Revenant Records, and Chocolate Monk, among others. Notable groups include No Neck Blues Band, KI, and K Salvatore. Mico brews hallucinatory hymnal codas in the space between Suite for Toy Piano and Leg Lung circa Worm.

The occasion of her solo performance was special and rare, and I, along with everyone at Cage, thank Mico for her work.

- Cammisa Buerhaus, 2013

Co Curated With Karin Schneider. 

tonight
Oct 13, 2013

tonight

Cammisa Buerhaus & Tamio Shiraishi at Pioneer Works via Issue Project Room. summer 2013. Photo taken by Barney Canson
Oct 12, 2013 / 4 notes

Cammisa Buerhaus & Tamio Shiraishi at Pioneer Works via Issue Project Room. summer 2013. Photo taken by Barney Canson

Cammisa Buerhaus + Tamio Shiraishi at Pioneer Works via Issue Project Room, summer 2013. Photo by Barney Canson.
Oct 12, 2013 / 6 notes

Cammisa Buerhaus + Tamio Shiraishi at Pioneer Works via Issue Project Room, summer 2013. Photo by Barney Canson.

Oct 4, 2013
HARIBO is Raul de Nieves, Jessie Stead, and Nathan Whipple, three NYC freaks who create “a kind of surrealism” specific to their twisted circus vision. This mix careens between calliope rhythms and Dadamage, hinting at their live soundriot, a singular experience that can only be relived if you are reborn as a balloon animal in the Parisian spring of 1917. Compounded by the infusion of collaged audio sourced from VINE, this tape draws a thick line of lipstick in the sand between the classic strategy of avant-punk cabaret of Die Todliche Doris and the tumbling spokenword of Disband. HARIBO has been bringing elite street entertainment to the backrooms of Sweden and the basements of SoHo since 2010, and WILD FLESH PRODUCTIONS is pleased to present one of their legendary show-only mixes. Limited to 50 copies. - Cammisa Buerhaus, 2013
Jul 22, 2013 / 1 note

HARIBO is Raul de Nieves, Jessie Stead, and Nathan Whipple, three NYC freaks who create “a kind of surrealism” specific to their twisted circus vision. This mix careens between calliope rhythms and Dadamage, hinting at their live soundriot, a singular experience that can only be relived if you are reborn as a balloon animal in the Parisian spring of 1917. Compounded by the infusion of collaged audio sourced from VINE, this tape draws a thick line of lipstick in the sand between the classic strategy of avant-punk cabaret of Die Todliche Doris and the tumbling spokenword of Disband. HARIBO has been bringing elite street entertainment to the backrooms of Sweden and the basements of SoHo since 2010, and WILD FLESH PRODUCTIONS is pleased to present one of their legendary show-only mixes. Limited to 50 copies. - Cammisa Buerhaus, 2013