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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Some Thoughts Of A Certain Sound: Space Matters

Posted By on Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 2:03 PM

It’s a matter of fact: Where an event happens is just as important as who is performing.

This weekend was one of the finest of the year as far as Bay Area electronic music is concerned, in large part because out-of-the-ordinary venues made for some extraordinary experiences.

It began Thursday, when Aaron Dilloway, a long-active noise and experimental musician performed in a cave on the western edge of the city. Dilloway’s performance was nasty, brutish, and short (about twenty-five minutes, to be precise) — and one of the most amazing things I’ve ever witnessed.

Aaron Dilloway, 8/14/14 - JENNA GLASS
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  • Aaron Dilloway, 8/14/14


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