One of the most consistently rewarding series in town, Hendershot’s experimental night returns from its winter hiatus with a full evening of bold, blissed-out sounds. Sunday’s concert is a showcase of sorts for curator Michael Potter’s Null Zone Records, and serves as the release show for new albums from synth-based Athens projects Wet Garden and Severe Blush. Established area noise head Grant Evans, who has a tape out on Null Zone in April, will also perform, as will Atlanta’s Carey, aka Faun and a Pan Flute’s Dan Bailey, who released a two-movement ambient cassette, The Great Southeastern Dissatisfaction, on the label earlier this month.
CAREY Solo experimental sounds from Faun and a Pan Flute's Dan Bailey. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
GRANT EVANS Evans uses tape loops and electronics to create expansive, rumbling soundscapes.
SEVERE BLUSH Experimental electronic sounds from Athens' Logan Shirah. Album release show!
WET GARDEN Synthesizer explorations with erotic incantations. Album release show!