As a duo of two of experimental music's finest artists, Bill Orcutt & Okkyung Lee will play a special intimate show at Public Records. As one of experimental music's most influential guitarists, Bill Orcutt weaves looping melodic lines and angular attack into a dense, fissured landscape of American primitivism, outsider jazz, and a stripped-down re-envisioning of the possibilities of the guitar.
Orcutt originally appeared on the underground scene as a co-founder of Harry Pussy, whose explosive music combined ‘70s no wave, the ferocity of ‘80s hardcore, and the acrobatic intricacy of Cecil Taylor. Okkyung Lee is a cellist, composer, and improviser who moves freely between artistic disciplines and contingencies. A native of South Korea, Lee has taken a broad array of inspirations - including noise, improvisation, jazz, western classical, and the music of her homeland - and used them to forge a highly distinctive approach.
Over the last two decades, she has collaborated with artists such as Arca, David Behrman, Christian Marclay, John Zorn, Vijay Iyer, Jenny Hval and more.
Presented by Outer Ear Projects.
This is a 21+ event.