ASM Drinks Alone, Alone Again, Again (Scholes Street Studio 2​/​23​/​2020)

by Anti-Social Music

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Anti-Social Music is old y’all. Seriously: the group itself is now almost old enough to legally drink in America, and we’re already feverishly developing a formula to calculate what this means for each of our personal consumption. The results thus far are encouragingly frightening. We’re so old that the “anti-social” part of our name—which used to refer to the anti-social qualities of our music—now applies to us too. More often than not these days, we just want to be alone.

And that would be a great reason for the solo show extravaganza we’re doing at Scholes Street Studio this February the 23rd, if it weren’t for the fact that we’ve being doing these evenings featuring new music for solo performers for more than a decade now. We’re calling it “Anti-Social Music Drinks Alone, Alone Again, Again,” and it’ll be two hoots and three quarters. Featuring a motley crÜe of composers and performers such as Jen Baker, Roberta Michel, Ty Citerman, Will Holshouser, Brad Kemp, Pat Muchmore and Barry Seroff. We’ve got pieces for harmonica and accordion, and we might even bring along a few instruments that aren’t free-reed.

Unlike the reeds, the show ain’t free, but at $9.99 it might as well be.

ASM Drinks Alone, Alone Again, Again
Sunday, February 23rd, 7 PM
Scholes Street Studio
275 Lorimer St, Brooklyn NY 11206
Almost-free at $9.99

Jen Baker - Harmonica Song for 2016 (performed by Roberta Michel)

Ty Citerman - Sorcery and Sedition for solo guitar (performed by Ty Citerman)

Will Holshouser - Twelve Statues in the Snow for solo accordion (performed by Will Holshouser)

Brad Kemp - Transparencies for solo electric bass and electronics (performed by Brad Kemp)

Pat Muchmore - Fr.XVIII.ƒ(ƒ(x)) for solo cello (performed by Pat Muchmore)

Barry Seroff - As Magnets for solo guitar (performed by Barry Seroff)

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Which is basically to say - your tax dollars at work. Yeah. Frightening, isn't it?

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released February 23, 2020

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