Feathered Coyote Records präsentiert: R. Jencks & Bird People
19.04.2014 21:00h
Feathered Coyote Records präsentiert: R. Jencks & Bird People
Feathered Coyote Records präsentiert: R. Jencks (USA) & Bird People (AT) | Live

R. Jencks (A)
Oakland's Ryan Jencks has long been a vital part of the Bay Area noise scene as part of groups like Crash Worship, Sutekh Hexen, Deathroes, and many more and solo under the moniker Sixes. His solo work falls in the realm of blackened industrial noise. Jencks' pieces are heavily textured and evolving soundscapes that effortlessly manage to engage the listener in a multi-sensorial experience.

Bird People (AT)
Bird People is a solo and collaborative project formed in 2010 by sound artist Uli Rois, who also runs Feathered Coyote Records. Rois uses a variety of acoustic and electronic instruments to create soundscapes centered around the drone but open to all possible ideas that may emanate from the void. The project also serves as a vehicle for Rois’ ongoing investigation into the relationship between humankind and the natural world. To that end, Bird People often uses field recordings and acoustic instruments in conjunction with synthesizers and other electronic devices.
Recent releases include a split tape with A Story of Rats (March 2013, Feathered Coyote Records), a split tape with Hering und seine sieben Sachen (August 2013, SicSic Tapes / Feathered Coyote Records), “Water Buffalo” (April 2013, Sloow Tapes) and “Terma” (November 2013, Jehu & Chinaman).


“Undulating waves place one in a trichome trance. Ethereal vibrations flutter in the haze, as Bird People's side commences. One drifts in concord with the mesmerizing energy that moves dreamily. A few minutes in, a solemn drone abuts vacillating currents. Bird People guides the listener through some deep zones in this track. Later, electronics twinkle near prodigious constellations. ( ... ) (Honest Bag on the Bird People)

"New tape from Uli Rois’ (Feathered Coyote Records et al) solo/communal psych/drone unit: here Rois uses guitar, electronics and tanpura to float a series of meditations on the recurring image of the water buffalo in eastern mythology, moving from the kind of hallucinatory American raga that is as ‘lunar’ as anything from the fists of M.” (Volcanic Tongue on “Water Buffalo”)


doors 19:00 / stage 21:00

Start: 19.04.2014 21:00h
Ende : 19.04.2014, 23:59h
Thelemangasse 4/1
1170 ,Wien (Österreich)