Colin Stetson has driven all the smoothness out of the saxophone. He creates technically perfect, intricate circular soundscapes, which he then destroys with excursions in the direction of noise. He never ceases to extend the technical possibilities of his instrument, sometimes to the point of complete alienation. He uses the keys as percussive accompaniment and uses body microphones. He may make his instrument sound like a circular saw or the songs of whales, but his music always has a hypnotisingly melancholic atmosphere, even in the most brightly glistening tones.
Presented by Mission Mars.
This is a 14+ event.