1. Loren Connors & Kim Gordon // Issue Project Room // Pt III

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    A Windows Have Eyes Production: Loren Connors & Kim Gordon perform live at Issue Project Room on December 3, 2014. Camera: David Appel, Anvesh Gandikota & Michael Lucio Sternbach Sound: Bob Bellerue Edit: MLS Special thanks to Eve Essex. Brooklyn-based guitarist Loren Connors was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1949. Best known as a composer and improviser, Connors has issued over 50 guitar records on his own imprints (Daggett, St. Joan, Black Label) since the late 1970s and over two dozen on other labels across the globe. He has recorded under the names Guitar Roberts, Loren Mattei, Loren MazzaCane Connors and other variations. Connors' singular adaptation of the blues is a distinct personal vision combining the Delta bottleneck sound and the ancestral blues voice (appearing as distortion, baying hounds or multi-tracked guitar), with hauntingly unexpected sounds. Outside of Connors' three decades of solo work, he has collaborated with Suzanne Langille, Jim O'Rourke, Darin Gray, Alan Licht, Christina Carter, Keiji Haino, San Agustin, Jandek and many others, as well as leading the group Haunted House. Kim Gordon has been an undeniable force of independent music for three decades. In addition to serving as founding member, vocalist, instrumentalist, and songwriter for the highly-acclaimed alternative rock band Sonic Youth, Gordon has gained widespread renown as a visual artist, record producer, video director, fashion designer, and actress. She has worked with a wide range of collaborators including Ikue Mori, Lydia Lunch, Yoko Ono, Raymond Pettibon, Courtney Love, Chris Corsano, and Bill Nace as the electric guitar duo Body/Head, who last appeared at ISSUE in 2013. This year saw the release of a series of Gordon’s writings on art and music, Is It My Body? (Sternberg, 2014).

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    • Loren Connors & Kim Gordon // Issue Project Room // Pt II

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      A Windows Have Eyes Production: Loren Connors & Kim Gordon perform live at Issue Project Room on December 3, 2014. Camera: David Appel, Anvesh Gandikota & Michael Lucio Sternbach Sound: Bob Bellerue Edit: MLS Special thanks to Eve Essex. Brooklyn-based guitarist Loren Connors was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1949. Best known as a composer and improviser, Connors has issued over 50 guitar records on his own imprints (Daggett, St. Joan, Black Label) since the late 1970s and over two dozen on other labels across the globe. He has recorded under the names Guitar Roberts, Loren Mattei, Loren MazzaCane Connors and other variations. Connors' singular adaptation of the blues is a distinct personal vision combining the Delta bottleneck sound and the ancestral blues voice (appearing as distortion, baying hounds or multi-tracked guitar), with hauntingly unexpected sounds. Outside of Connors' three decades of solo work, he has collaborated with Suzanne Langille, Jim O'Rourke, Darin Gray, Alan Licht, Christina Carter, Keiji Haino, San Agustin, Jandek and many others, as well as leading the group Haunted House. Kim Gordon has been an undeniable force of independent music for three decades. In addition to serving as founding member, vocalist, instrumentalist, and songwriter for the highly-acclaimed alternative rock band Sonic Youth, Gordon has gained widespread renown as a visual artist, record producer, video director, fashion designer, and actress. She has worked with a wide range of collaborators including Ikue Mori, Lydia Lunch, Yoko Ono, Raymond Pettibon, Courtney Love, Chris Corsano, and Bill Nace as the electric guitar duo Body/Head, who last appeared at ISSUE in 2013. This year saw the release of a series of Gordon’s writings on art and music, Is It My Body? (Sternberg, 2014).

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      • Loren Connors & Kim Gordon // Issue Project Room // Pt I

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        A Windows Have Eyes Production: Loren Connors & Kim Gordon perform live at Issue Project Room on December 3, 2014. Camera: David Appel, Anvesh Gandikota & Michael Lucio Sternbach Sound: Bob Bellerue Edit: MLS Special thanks to Eve Essex. Brooklyn-based guitarist Loren Connors was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1949. Best known as a composer and improviser, Connors has issued over 50 guitar records on his own imprints (Daggett, St. Joan, Black Label) since the late 1970s and over two dozen on other labels across the globe. He has recorded under the names Guitar Roberts, Loren Mattei, Loren MazzaCane Connors and other variations. Connors' singular adaptation of the blues is a distinct personal vision combining the Delta bottleneck sound and the ancestral blues voice (appearing as distortion, baying hounds or multi-tracked guitar), with hauntingly unexpected sounds. Outside of Connors' three decades of solo work, he has collaborated with Suzanne Langille, Jim O'Rourke, Darin Gray, Alan Licht, Christina Carter, Keiji Haino, San Agustin, Jandek and many others, as well as leading the group Haunted House. Kim Gordon has been an undeniable force of independent music for three decades. In addition to serving as founding member, vocalist, instrumentalist, and songwriter for the highly-acclaimed alternative rock band Sonic Youth, Gordon has gained widespread renown as a visual artist, record producer, video director, fashion designer, and actress. She has worked with a wide range of collaborators including Ikue Mori, Lydia Lunch, Yoko Ono, Raymond Pettibon, Courtney Love, Chris Corsano, and Bill Nace as the electric guitar duo Body/Head, who last appeared at ISSUE in 2013. This year saw the release of a series of Gordon’s writings on art and music, Is It My Body? (Sternberg, 2014).

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        • Issue Project Room Solo excerpt

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          From a solo performance as part of my 2014 residency at IPR, January 2014.

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          • Carter / Waters / Barker Trio Pt VII

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            A Windows Have Eyes Production: Daniel Carter, Charles Water & Andrew Barker perform at Pioneer Works on July 24, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY. Camera: Chris Bahr, Robert O'Haire & Michael Lucio Sternbach Edit: MLS Sound: Bob Bellerue Daniel Carter is a writer and musician active since the mid 60s. A member of the cooperative free jazz groups Test, Other Dimensions In Music, and Ghost Moth, Carter has also recorded or performed with a wide range of collaborators including Joe Morris, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore, Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and Sam Rivers, among many others. Drummer and composer Andrew Barker, most well-known for his work with Gold Sparkle Band and William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, has recently performed with Barker Trio, with Michael Foster, Tim Dahl and James Ilgenfritz. Upcoming releases include the group ACID BIRDS (IV) with Jaime Fennelly and Charles Waters, and a CD with veteran saxophonist Paul Dunmall and bassist Tim Dahl. Charles Waters (alto saxophone, clarinets) has worked with William Parker's Little Huey Music Orchestra, Matthew Shipp, and Chris Jonas' Brooklyn Comprovisers Orchestra. With Andrew Barker, Waters is part of ACID BIRDS and a co-founder of the Gold Sparkle Band, a collective of musicians that has included Nate Wooley, Sabir Mateen, Matt Lavelle, Hill Greene, and many others.

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            • Carter / Waters / Barker Trio Pt VI

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              A Windows Have Eyes Production: Daniel Carter, Charles Water & Andrew Barker perform at Pioneer Works on July 24, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY. Camera: Chris Bahr, Robert O'Haire & Michael Lucio Sternbach Edit: MLS Sound: Bob Bellerue Daniel Carter is a writer and musician active since the mid 60s. A member of the cooperative free jazz groups Test, Other Dimensions In Music, and Ghost Moth, Carter has also recorded or performed with a wide range of collaborators including Joe Morris, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore, Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and Sam Rivers, among many others. Drummer and composer Andrew Barker, most well-known for his work with Gold Sparkle Band and William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, has recently performed with Barker Trio, with Michael Foster, Tim Dahl and James Ilgenfritz. Upcoming releases include the group ACID BIRDS (IV) with Jaime Fennelly and Charles Waters, and a CD with veteran saxophonist Paul Dunmall and bassist Tim Dahl. Charles Waters (alto saxophone, clarinets) has worked with William Parker's Little Huey Music Orchestra, Matthew Shipp, and Chris Jonas' Brooklyn Comprovisers Orchestra. With Andrew Barker, Waters is part of ACID BIRDS and a co-founder of the Gold Sparkle Band, a collective of musicians that has included Nate Wooley, Sabir Mateen, Matt Lavelle, Hill Greene, and many others.

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              • Carter / Waters / Barker Trio Pt V

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                A Windows Have Eyes Production: Daniel Carter, Charles Water & Andrew Barker perform at Pioneer Works on July 24, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY. Camera: Chris Bahr, Robert O'Haire & Michael Lucio Sternbach Edit: MLS Sound: Bob Bellerue Daniel Carter is a writer and musician active since the mid 60s. A member of the cooperative free jazz groups Test, Other Dimensions In Music, and Ghost Moth, Carter has also recorded or performed with a wide range of collaborators including Joe Morris, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore, Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and Sam Rivers, among many others. Drummer and composer Andrew Barker, most well-known for his work with Gold Sparkle Band and William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, has recently performed with Barker Trio, with Michael Foster, Tim Dahl and James Ilgenfritz. Upcoming releases include the group ACID BIRDS (IV) with Jaime Fennelly and Charles Waters, and a CD with veteran saxophonist Paul Dunmall and bassist Tim Dahl. Charles Waters (alto saxophone, clarinets) has worked with William Parker's Little Huey Music Orchestra, Matthew Shipp, and Chris Jonas' Brooklyn Comprovisers Orchestra. With Andrew Barker, Waters is part of ACID BIRDS and a co-founder of the Gold Sparkle Band, a collective of musicians that has included Nate Wooley, Sabir Mateen, Matt Lavelle, Hill Greene, and many others.

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                • Carter / Waters / Barker Trio Pt IV

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                  A Windows Have Eyes Production: Daniel Carter, Charles Water & Andrew Barker perform at Pioneer Works on July 24, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY. Camera: Chris Bahr, Robert O'Haire & Michael Lucio Sternbach Edit: MLS Sound: Bob Bellerue Daniel Carter is a writer and musician active since the mid 60s. A member of the cooperative free jazz groups Test, Other Dimensions In Music, and Ghost Moth, Carter has also recorded or performed with a wide range of collaborators including Joe Morris, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore, Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and Sam Rivers, among many others. Drummer and composer Andrew Barker, most well-known for his work with Gold Sparkle Band and William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, has recently performed with Barker Trio, with Michael Foster, Tim Dahl and James Ilgenfritz. Upcoming releases include the group ACID BIRDS (IV) with Jaime Fennelly and Charles Waters, and a CD with veteran saxophonist Paul Dunmall and bassist Tim Dahl. Charles Waters (alto saxophone, clarinets) has worked with William Parker's Little Huey Music Orchestra, Matthew Shipp, and Chris Jonas' Brooklyn Comprovisers Orchestra. With Andrew Barker, Waters is part of ACID BIRDS and a co-founder of the Gold Sparkle Band, a collective of musicians that has included Nate Wooley, Sabir Mateen, Matt Lavelle, Hill Greene, and many others.

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                  • Carter / Waters / Barker Trio Pt III

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                    A Windows Have Eyes Production: Daniel Carter, Charles Water & Andrew Barker perform at Pioneer Works on July 24, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY. Camera: Chris Bahr, Robert O'Haire & Michael Lucio Sternbach Edit: MLS Sound: Bob Bellerue Daniel Carter is a writer and musician active since the mid 60s. A member of the cooperative free jazz groups Test, Other Dimensions In Music, and Ghost Moth, Carter has also recorded or performed with a wide range of collaborators including Joe Morris, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore, Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and Sam Rivers, among many others. Drummer and composer Andrew Barker, most well-known for his work with Gold Sparkle Band and William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, has recently performed with Barker Trio, with Michael Foster, Tim Dahl and James Ilgenfritz. Upcoming releases include the group ACID BIRDS (IV) with Jaime Fennelly and Charles Waters, and a CD with veteran saxophonist Paul Dunmall and bassist Tim Dahl. Charles Waters (alto saxophone, clarinets) has worked with William Parker's Little Huey Music Orchestra, Matthew Shipp, and Chris Jonas' Brooklyn Comprovisers Orchestra. With Andrew Barker, Waters is part of ACID BIRDS and a co-founder of the Gold Sparkle Band, a collective of musicians that has included Nate Wooley, Sabir Mateen, Matt Lavelle, Hill Greene, and many others.

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                    • Carter / Waters / Barker Trio Pt II

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                      A Windows Have Eyes Production: Daniel Carter, Charles Water & Andrew Barker perform at Pioneer Works on July 24, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY. Camera: Chris Bahr, Robert O'Haire & Michael Lucio Sternbach Edit: MLS Sound: Bob Bellerue Daniel Carter is a writer and musician active since the mid 60s. A member of the cooperative free jazz groups Test, Other Dimensions In Music, and Ghost Moth, Carter has also recorded or performed with a wide range of collaborators including Joe Morris, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Yoko Ono, Thurston Moore, Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and Sam Rivers, among many others. Drummer and composer Andrew Barker, most well-known for his work with Gold Sparkle Band and William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, has recently performed with Barker Trio, with Michael Foster, Tim Dahl and James Ilgenfritz. Upcoming releases include the group ACID BIRDS (IV) with Jaime Fennelly and Charles Waters, and a CD with veteran saxophonist Paul Dunmall and bassist Tim Dahl. Charles Waters (alto saxophone, clarinets) has worked with William Parker's Little Huey Music Orchestra, Matthew Shipp, and Chris Jonas' Brooklyn Comprovisers Orchestra. With Andrew Barker, Waters is part of ACID BIRDS and a co-founder of the Gold Sparkle Band, a collective of musicians that has included Nate Wooley, Sabir Mateen, Matt Lavelle, Hill Greene, and many others.

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