Preparing for the upcoming release of their newest album Bailiwick, Refused (out August 4th on Matron Records), Santa Fe based world-building music project Storming The Beaches With Logos In Hand presents an immersive, one-night-only experience entitled Mudfields on Friday, June 23rd. A hybrid performance, Mudfields is a live multimedia theater performance taking place at El Museo in conjunction with CURRENTS New Media Festival. The performance includes live music, video projections, audio soundscapes, set design and costuming, some of which will include contributions from students at the New Mexico School For The Arts (NMSA).
STBWLIH is also celebrating the launch of the group’s newest project, Southwick Radio Transmission Library – an audio library of radio transmissions received from the alternate reality unveiled by the world-building project. As part of the Southwick Radio Transmission Library launch, the project will be releasing the first music single Rope I (a flame among the blue and black) off of the new album leading up to the June 23 show, and will make their second single, Rope II (now it’s climb or die) available only at the concert itself.
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Admission is $10. The proceeds from this show will support STBWLIH in sending the project on it’s first full US tour, which will end in Guinea, West Africa, where Luke Carr and Caitlin Brothers will be working with the Kissidugu Foundation to help in their support of the cultural preservation and perpetuation of Guinean music and dance (more www.kissidugu.org).
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