This Wilderness (mem. of Swans/Cop Shoot Cop) @ The Back Bar

The Crocodile Presents:

This Wilderness (mem. of Swans/Cop Shoot Cop) @ The Back Bar

Xambuca

Mon, June 18, 2018

7:00 pm

The Crocodile

Seattle, WA

$12 Adv.

This event is all ages

This Wilderness
This Wilderness
THIS WILDERNESS is a music collaboration between Jim Coleman and Robert O. Leaver. Fusing darkness and humor, intimacy and expansion, disrupted circuitry and the whisper of breath – the music and personality of THIS WILDERNESS is uniquely seductive and disquieting. Currently working on their debut album, tentatively titled Sorry About Tomorrow, THIS WILDERNESS have been splitting their time between the studio and upsetting audiences around NYC with their live shows.
Xambuca
Xambuca
Chandra Shukla (b. 1975) created XAMBUCA before performing a debut performance in Berkeley, CA on April 20, 1995 came up with the nonsensical moniker. He formed them from letters left over from a Scrabble game that spelled out what has come to be known as 'XAMBUCA'. It was this that prompted the need for a name and the beginnings of an ongoing collaborative project that was completely free of genre, form, context or musicality with a rotating arsenal of sonic guests. Though now in 2018, the lineup for XAMBUCA consists solely of Chandra Shukla (sound) and sometimes collaborations with Geo Lynx (video) with occasional guest vocals by Elisa Faires. XAMBUCA has performed internationally and continues to produce, record and perform live. The symbol of XAMBUCA is the 'x' that marks the spot appearing on every product and stemming from the likes of chromosomes to tuning forks and is a brand logo to be recognized , everywhere. One of those symbols that you've felt you've seen before but weren't quite sure where. Many derivative and copycat logos have emerged since its inception in 1995 either by mere coincidence or sheer plagiarism. XAMBUCA strives to give emphasis to its art both sonically and visually.
Venue Information:
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
http://www.thecrocodile.com/