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Published on Jan 5, 2012
Output:NOISE will perform improvised interpretations of mental illnesses in support of the recently released Soundtrack to the DSM-IV. Collaborating on this second edition of the DSM-IV are Output:NOISE artists, Torus and Crushing Something, with Output:NOISE contributor, CJ Boyd and special guests, Valerie Kuehne and David Grollman of the Brooklyn based Prehistoric Horse.
Live at Shea Stadium in Brooklyn on Saturday, January 14th, the Output:NOISE performers will be joined by experimental / industrial pioneers, Controlled Bleeding; local noise artist, and member of Parts and Labor, Dan Friel; and Diamond Terrifier, the sax / electronics solo-project from Sam Hillmer of Zs.
8 PM, 8$ Shea Stadium BK / 20 N. Meadow St. / Brooklyn, NY