YXIMALLOO Final Tour + Experimental Performance Musicians @ The Lab 11/24

November 21st, 2012
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YXIMALLOO is a Japanese electronic performance artist who has maintained obscurity albeit recording music since the 1970’s and having worked with artists such as Jad Fair, Momus, and Animal Collective. A spiritual kin to early art funk, Naofumi Ishimaru revels in mock-ethnic music and nonsense. Lo-fi, sweet and primitive, he utilizes ancient drum machines, an ’80’s synth, lap-top, hand percussion, and more. YXIMALLOO is a true original experimental artist and this is said to be his last tour. So check it.

Zeek Sheck DRUM Telephone is not a band, it’s a game. A game played and performed by 8 drummers. And that’s all anybody really knows until Saturday November 24, at The Lab.

V.E.X is dance noise-pop who dress like animals in front of fantastical backdrops or reptile-like projections.

Styrofoam Sanchez is academic experimental. He also wears a mask.

This show is going to be weird, and amazing. At The Lab, 2948 16th st, SF (between Mission & Van Ness)

on Sat, Nov. 24th, 2012, 9pm (set starts 9:30)

All Ages, $7-10 sliding scale at the door

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