MTL - sat oct 15 w/ NAW, PIMILK, CYAN, JASMINE


Subject: MTL - sat oct 15 w/ NAW, PIMILK, CYAN, JASMINE
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Date: Tue Oct 11 2005 - 11:26:13 EDT


PERMUTATIONS with NAW, PIMILK, CYAN, JASMINE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 15
LA SALLE D'ATTENTE / ESPERANZA
5490 ST-LAURENT
9PM - 1AM
ENTRY $3

PERMUTATIONS is an event showcasing the intersections of dub, techno and minimal
electronic music.Two djs and two live acts will smother your senses in the deep
reverberations of dub and its electronic descendants. The night will begin with
a roots dub set from DJ JASMINE, followed by the minimal syncopations of local
Pertin_nce artist PIMILK. Noise Factory and fellow Pertin_ce recording artist
NAW will present his signature deconstructions of techno rhythms layered with
deep ambience and resounding basslines. DJ CYAN will close the night with a
set of classic dub-techno from labels such as basic channel and chain reaction.

ARTIST INFO
===========

NAW (noise factory records, pertin_nce)
naw.phoniq.net

Montreal native Neil Wiernik currently living in Toronto, began his explorations
in electronic music making as early as 1988. Known to push the boundaries of his
musical form from designing new or manipulating existing sound making devices
and software to creative uses of production environments and sound sources,
naw's music is a blend of sound manipulation/design, experimental musics and
dub-tech rhythms, which on the surface sound quite simple, but incorporate a
number of touches that steer this artist away from being simply another minimal
techno or experimental laptop artist. He combines post-house, dubby minimal
techno, microsound and thick ambience, to create his own version of deep
techno, house and other electronic laptop oriented musics. Neil has released
music on various national and international record labels, including releases
on Noise Factory, Complot, Clevermusic, Piehead, A/S Systems, Wabi and
Pertin_nce. As naw, Neil has performed extensively along side a variety of
national and international artists both in and outside of Canada. In 2004 and
2005
naw will release his follow up noise factory record full length called:
"green nights orange days", as well as a full length outting with Pertin_nce
Records called: "terrain vague". these 2 records finds Neil at his deepest,
dubbiest and experimental sounding yet. the release of these records will
coincide with a series of North American and European tour dates throughout
2005.

PIMILK (pertin_nce)
www.pimilk.com

Mark Edward Goldsmith, aka Pimilk, started tinkering with music from his
earliest days in his current home of Montreal. A former computer
science/mathematics major, Pimilk is no stranger to software. He has
progressively expanded his digital arsenal to produce a degree of depth of
sound resulting in his first official album release, *Rants,* due for
release in November 2005. Sometimes haunting, always intriguing, Pimilk's
music carries the listener on a playful journey high through a weaved mosaic
of sonic soundscapes, with splurges of minimal rhythms, echoes of his
drummer past. A developing idm talent, Pimilk's free, evolving style leaves
his listeners disappointed only when the piece ends, and they return to the
world they had left behind.

CYAN (modular systems CKUT)
www.traktion.com

DJ, radio host and producer Cyan aka Corina MacDonald has been an active
participant in Montrealís electronic music scene since her arrival in the city
in 1996. From that time she has been involved in community radio, hosting
electronic music shows on CKUT 90.3 fm. Currently she hosts modular_systems, an
electronic music magazine show focusing on local artists, djs and events. Cyan
has been active in organizing events with the phoniq.net, Robo/tek and Women on
Wax crews. Cyan's dj sets are layered, deep and rhythmic explorations into the
intersections of techno, house and electro.

JASMINE (Women on Wax)
www.traktion.com/wow

Jasmine's dj career began in 2001 at Trent Radio, the Trent University college
radio station in Peterborough, Ontario. She quickly became a part of the
community radio team for years to come- holding down various weekly music
shows. Her favorites were her dub and roots reggae show, as well as Mixed and
Twisted, which was an experiment in mixing as many things at once as humanly
possible.
Jasmine relocated to Montreal in 2004 and since then has been tearing up
dancefloors around the city with her eclectic mixes. Lately jasmine's sets are
an ambitious mix of breaks, hip-hop, ragga/dancehall, jungle, grime, dubstep,
and house.

c y a n

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