Infinite Room will host a night of experimental music on Sunday, May 21st at TAPP’s Arts Center, located at 1644 Main Street. Doors open for the event at 7:30pm and the concert starts at 8:00pm. The cost for admission is $6 at the door.
Ravish Momin: Ravish Momin is a versatile drummer currently residing in New York City. His unique approach has led him to work as a sideman with a diverse cast of musicians ranging from pop-star Shakira to legendary avant-saxophonist Kalaparusha McIntyre (AACM). Their motto of “ancient to the future” is also at the core of his own approach to music, where he has aspired to blend improvisation and global rhythms with forward-thinking electronics. His music resides in a fascinating space between Jazz, electronic music and Indian Folk music. He has also developed a hybrid electro-acoustic drumset, and triggers and manipulates melodies ‘on the fly’ to further blur the lines between composition and improvisation.
Philip Snyder: Philip Snyder performs frequently as a part new music organizations including Collaborations in Contemporary Art (Cica), earspace, and the USC Experimental Music Workshop. He also has performed alongside experimental musicians including Greg Stuart, Michael Pisaro, Jürg Frey, and the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE). His field recording album around-past-away was released on May 9, 2016. The album is an exploration of motion through natural sonic environments.
Infinite Room is a cooperatively run venture providing an intimate listening space dedicated to eclecticism and community building. We are committed to expressing and celebrating diversity by creating a safe space where all are welcomed, protected, and included. Currently, Infinite Room is seeking to obtain status as a non-profit organization to progress towards our vision of serving as an incubator for musicians and artists.
For more information about the performers, please visit the following links:
Ravish Monim: https://youtu.be/kDOB306PirQ
Philip Snyder: https://www.philip-snyder.com/