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Gather: Moonbones // Rocio Zavala

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Gather: Moonbones // Rocio Zavala

March 16 @ 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Saturday, March 16, 2019
Doors at 7, Music at 7:30
Comfort Station Logan Square
Suggested Donation $5 (FREE)

Moonbones is a Negress Witch Yogi Arstist. Spells from her living grimoire, Quantum Negress Tantras, were published in Apogee Journal (Issue 11). She performed internationally with literary creative music experiment, Heroes Are Gang Leaders, and has enjoyed support for her her performance projects from Links Hall, High Concept Labs, Chicago Dancemakers Forum, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Driehaus Foundation and others. Moonbones incorporates elements of release based modern techniques, pilates, and yoga into her high vibrational movement sessions with private clients. Moonbones, aka Margaret Morris, was conceived the night her parents received their initiations on the path of Sant Mat (path of saints and mystics).

Rocio Zavala is a sonic/visual experimentalist currently based in the Chicagoland area, originally from Mexico. She performs with self-made electronic instruments, often integrating light and the electricity of the human body as modulators. Through this practice, she explores soundscapes to access the materiality and metaphysics within wave spectra and listening.

Gather is an experimental music series bringing musicians from different scenes, backgrounds, practices, disciplines, and communities together for connection and artistic exchange. We curate this series with our attention toward introducing musicians who may not otherwise cross paths and whose works dialogue in compelling ways. By doing so, we hope to leave potential for collaboration and familiarity amongst different experimental music forms in Chicago. Gather is curated by Allen Moore, Nick Meryhew, and Rebecca Himelstein

Details

Date:
March 16
Time:
7:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Venue

Comfort Station
2579 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647 United States