A few months back we announced the debut performance of Linda Perhacs at REDCAT in October as part of Dublab's tenth anniversary celebration. We have more details on what should be a magical evening of folk.
Perhacs, if you don't know, released a single transcendent album in 1970s, one that slowly blossomed over the intervening 40 years to become a crate-digger's classic. While living in Topanga, she recorded Parallelograms, an ethereal mix of folk and tape manipulation that sounds as fresh now as it sounded odd and confusing back in the day.
After she recorded the album, Perhacs stopped recording music, and never played it live. She will do so on October 7 at REDCAT, and will be joined by a who's who of LA underground folk and rock. Details after the jump …
from Dublab's press release:
THOUGHT FORMS & PARALLELOGRAMS: AN EVENING OF VISUAL MUSIC WITH LINDA PERHACS AND FRIENDS
A celebration of Linda Perhacs'
SONGS PERFORMED BY:
LINDA PERHACS – “Parallelograms & Chimacum Rain”
Mia Doi Todd – “Morning Colors”
Blank Blue – “Sandy Toes”
Hecuba – “Hey Who Really Cares?”
Rio En Medio – “Dolphin”
We Are the World – “Moons and Cattails”
LA Ladies Choir – “Paralellograms” encore
Tom Brosseau – “Porcelain Baked-Over Cast-Iron Wedding”
+ MORE TBA
ORIGINAL FILMS BY:
kelly sears – paper mountain man
jeremy rendina – chimacum rain
nicole mcdonald – moonbeams and cattails
daft punk / electroma – if you were my man
maximilla lukacs – sandy toes
john wyatt – parallelograms
jessica hundley – dolphin
alia penner – morning colors
hecuba – hey who really cares
brian close – delicious
andrea fellers – Call of the River
matt amato – Porcelain Baked Over Cast Iron Wedding
jessica hundley and nicole mcdonald- inside the storm
NEW DANCES CHOREOGRAPHED BY: RYAN HEFFINGTON
7pm / $25 / All Ages
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