“‘Mutable Signs’ is a duet of Julia Holter and me, fellow Sagittarians. A star lit at dusk.” – Tashi Wada
watch Dicky Bahto’s video for their duet below. Tashi, Julia, and Corey Fogel will perform Nueat Zebulon in Los Angeles with DJ support from Pete Swanson and Carlos Nino on Wednesday, October 17th. It’s a free t’ing.
2018’s Le Guess Who? will feature performances from Greg Fox, Lucrecia Dalt, Oliver Coates, and Kate NV + two special FRKWYS collaborations / debuts b/w Ian William Craig & Daniel Lentz + Ka Baird & Pekka Airaksinen.
Nue furthers the familial and creative bond between Tashi Wada and his father, Fluxus artist Yoshi Wada, alongside a supporting ensemble including Julia Holter, Simone Forti, Cole MGN, and Corey Fogel for the fourteenth entry of our intergenerational FRKWYS series. Combining synthesis with a spectrum of acoustic instruments and non-equal tempered tuning techniques, Nue is a uniquely personal statement from Tashi Wada compelled by collaboration and the ensuing spaces shared and explored.
Hear the first bellow of Nue below – “Fanfare” brings the full ensemble of Nue together for a group invocation — all of the elements converge and intertwine, weaving in and out of the rush of harmony and cacophony.
Nue will be available in LP, CD and digital forms on September 28, 2018.
robert aiki aubrey lowe & ariel kalma take we know each other somehow on the road this summer ~ they will perform live at the ukrainian community center in vancouver, bc on august 1st for a 1080p-presented show. stay tuned as more dates will be announced this week
the video for Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma’s “Strange Dreams” features Super 8 footage from Mullimbimby, Australia, the recording locale of Lowe and Kalma’s collaborative FRKWYS album We Know Each Other Somehow. watch it below:
FRKWYS Vol. 12 is available now. Scoop the 2xLP + DVD / CD + DVD / Digital incarnations of the collaboration at the shop
announcing frkwys vol. 12 – the twelfth installment of the music, film, and event series celebrating intergenerational collaboration. We Know Each Other Somehow offers a collection of original compositions by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma recorded on the eastern Australian coast. listen to “Mille Voix” below:
volume 12 marks the second full-length documentary in the FRKWYS series by way of Misha Hollenbach and Johann “Joey” Rashid’s film Sunshine Soup. watch the trailer below:
pre-order both the gatefold double LP + dvd w/ digital download and the cd + dvd at the shop. pre-order the digital at our Bandcamp and recieve a free download of “Mille Voix”.