Sunday, April 27, 2014


Come join us for MAY DAY!!  With amazing sax player and circular breather extraordinaire KEIR NEURINGER!  If you saw Keir play in Troy a few years back, you know you're in for a massive treat.

Hot on the heels of our last show, ASAC returns with another killer night of live improvised music in Albany.  On Thursday May 1, join us at the Upstate Artists Guild (247 Lark St in Albany), for KEIR NEURINGER, amazing saxophonist and musician extraordinaire.  Also appearing will be Albany noise legend PARASHI! And stay tuned for the announcement of one more act.

We hope you can make it out - this is fantastic entertainment value for your buck, and we'd love to have you support these great musicians!

Thursday May 1 at 8:00PM
Upstate Artists Guild 
247 Lark Street
Albany, NY

$5 suggested donation




Keir Neuringer is a musician and interdisciplinary artist who is involved in creative arts communities in Poland, Holland, and the US. He has cultivated a personal and intensely physical approach to saxophone improvisation, plays analogue electronics and Farfisa organ, and sings and narrates text. After training as a composer and jazz saxophonist in the US, he spent two years on a Fulbright research grant in Krakow. He then moved to The Hague, where he spent eight years, curating performative audiovisual art and earning a masters degree from the experimental ArtScience Institute. He lives in Philadelphia and continues to travel widely to present his work, collaborating closely with Rafal Mazur, Ensemble Klang, and Julius Masri, among many others.

Parashi works with modular synthesizers, tapes, and a variety of other objects to create desolate, industrial-tinged soundscapes.  Past Parashi live appearances have been with Crank Sturgeon, Cruudeuces, Noise Nomads, and Rob Millis among many others.  Releases have appeared on Tranquility Tapes, Stunned Records, 905 Tapes, and Tape Drift.  Parashi has collaborated with Rambutan, Mortuus Auris and the Black Hand, and Fossils from the Sun, and he is a member of Albany psych ensemble Burnt Hills and Albany noise quartet Mensheviks.

Here's some videos to check out, if you're on the fence about this show!


see you on Thursday night!!