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Recorded live in the studios at Jack Straw Cultural Center, this hour-long program featuring new music and sound art made by Pacific Northwest artists. Sonarchy is broadcast every Sunday night from midnight to 1am on KEXP 90.3-FM in Seattle and live on the web at KEXP.org. Sonarchy is now into its 20th year, and thanks to KEXP's inspired use of technology, each new show can be heard in its entirety for two weeks following the broadcast in several streaming audio formats. Doug Haire is the producer and mixes these shows live.


If you are interested in performing on Sonarchy, click here to go to the Sonarchy FAQ.

SONARCHY ON
KEXP 90.3 FM


Selected shows are now available as podcasts. Go to http://www.kexp.org/podcasting/podcasting.asp#sonarchy.

SONARCHY IMAGES

Photos by Naomi Campbell of a Sonarchy session with Ahamefule J. Oluo and the New Seattle Brass Ensemble:

SHOW SCHEDULE

 

March 1st: Steve Roden
Improvised soundscapes from this visual and sound artist from LA who often works in the Seattle area. This performance was made during a Jack Straw artist residency.

March 8th: Racer Session #2
Continuing this Sonarchy series featuring artists associated with The Racer Sessions collective. Steve Treseler - tenor sax, bass clarinet, Kate Olson - soprano sax, clarinet, cracklebox, Don Berman, Brandon Lucia and Jen Gilleran - drums and percussion.

March 15th: Christian Pincock Group
New music for jazz ensemble. CP- valve trombone, electronics, composition, Levi Gillis - tenor sax, Jon Hansen - tuba, Chris Icasiano - drums.

March 22nd: Newaxeyes
Sounds like the internet, funerals and gov't conspiracies. Tyler Coray - guitar, William Hayes - guitar, prepared guitar, Bret Gardin - electronics, Jordan Rundle - electronics.

March 29th: Brent Jensen / Scott Farkas
The international sound of freely improvised music. BJ - saxes, flute, recorder, SF - percussion.