The Albany Times-Union has published Joseph Dalton’s preview of Saturday’s Cage/Gould concert: At RPI, a Cage-Gould Happening.
UAG has been a welcome host for many Albany Sonic Arts Collective performances and plays a similarly vital role for many other grass-roots arts organizations and presenters. UAG has also been an important force behind the First Friday events. Support UAG today.
The Albany Sonic Arts Collective is included in the Albany Times Union “’08 Year in Arts” article.
“Sonic bright spot
Last fall, a group of experimental musicians formed the Albany Sonic Arts Collective as an outlet for musicians not into strict recitations of the verse-chorus-verse structure. Soon, there were musicians coming from all corners of the Capital Region to contribute to the sonic palette. And twice this year, indie rock godfather Thurston Moore, leader of Sonic Youth, came to unleash his own twang-wangery.”
Read the full article here.