He Can Jog with Tom Hamer, Greg Taylor and Geoff Brady – November 17 – 8pm – Audio for the Arts

He Can Jog is computer musician Erik Schoster and friends from Milwaukee Wisconsin. As He Can Jog he has released three full length records and a smattering of EPs, remixes, and sundry recordings on a number of small labels including Nomadic Kids Republic, Listening Party, Audiobulb Records and The Leaf Label. XLR8R calls it music to “please both laptop scientists and kids wanting something pretty to listen to while driving a car.”

Tom Hamer is a drummer and percussionist from Madison.Over the years he has played drums in many rock and experimental groups (The Romulans, Station Wagon, Vortex, Dangerous Odds and Fuzzy Logic). His ongoing collaboration with pal Gregory and friends gives him the opportunity for more subtlety and textural work, utilizing amplified sundry found items (pine cone, bottles, bowls, etc.) as resonant objects.

Gregory Taylor is an improvising laptop performer from Madison. He has performed globally as a solo artist and in various improvisational groups that include percussionist Tom Hamer, synthesist Darwin Grosse, laptop composer Brad Garton and mandolinist Terry Pender (as PGT), and with avant-Trumpeter Jeff Kaiser (as the Desert Fathers). In addition, Gregory hosts the weekly radio/webcast program of electronic and experimental music RTQE on WORT-FM.

Geoffrey Brady is a percussionist/thereminist who resides in Madison. The youngest of six children, Brady plays in local ensembles such as The Alison Margaret Quartet and Yid Vicious. He is a married homeowner with two cats who mainly wears Golden Toe socks.


~ by Surrounded by Reality Jazz on October 23, 2012.

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