密集音乐会 miji concert 26

高嘉丰 gao jiafeng;斯文扫地 siwen saodi;李增辉 li zenghui

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2015年7月16日,晚7点入场,晚8点准时开始
时差空间(北京市东城区美术馆后街77号77文创园)
建议捐赠:50元

来自纽约的长沙人高嘉丰将在第26场密集音乐会表演他的个人项目,以及他和童义欣的二人组项目“斯文扫地”。一同表演的还有李增辉,不同于密集音乐会25回的即兴演奏,这次他会带来一个基于次中音萨克斯的作曲作品。
同时,当晚亦是高嘉丰最新创办的厂牌 Muted Portraits 发行派对,你可以买到李增辉、卖卖、李世扬三位即兴乐手在这个厂牌下发行的限量版卡带。

高嘉丰
朋友、DJ、表演者、多乐器乐手和出版人。暂居纽约。演出方式一般随遇而定,包括但不限于独白、清唱、卡拉OK、器乐、田野录音、幻灯片、手机 DJ、舞蹈等。

斯文扫地
二人乐队“斯文扫地”的根据地在纽约布鲁克林,成立于2013年。表演时由童义欣操控调音台和接触式麦克,此外的自由舞蹈、引吭高歌,以及另一台无输入调音台等内容则由高嘉丰包办。演出时常出现成员突然使用彼此未曾预知的方式来表演的情况,曾出现过的乐器有草、枯树叶、皮带、书籍、锣鼓、乙烯软管等。除了正式的演出场地们以外,友人客厅们、地铁站们、画廊们、公园们也经常是斯文扫地之声的见证者。旁系计划包括不一定不插电的“斯文不插电扫地”、友人客厅系列演出“安室噪美会”、以舞蹈、静坐和按摩为主要内容的“斯文扫地乔迁新禧Party”等、以及以韩式烤肉为主题的“斯文扫地法定节假日烤肉会”等。斯文扫地的第一张专辑《浪花》于2014和2015之交依次在杭州、新竹和纽约里奇伍德三地首发。
童义欣,艺术家/渔夫。最喜欢的艺人:李太白。
高嘉丰,乐手/歌舞者。最喜欢的艺人:腾格尔。

李增辉
1983年出生于山东青岛。是萨克斯及实验人声与多乐器即兴演奏者,DJ/混音手,独立演员,配乐者,也是怪诞诗歌与微型戏剧/行为艺术的践行者。2001年8月便開始参与青岛地下音乐的演出活动。组建实验摇滚乐队“斜韵”,担任主唱/词作者/编曲者/行为设计者。后兼任青岛“黄粱公主”乐队键盘手/萨克斯手。现为“核桃室”、“万能青年旅店”成员。  
2006年末与冯昊組建“核桃室”,于2007年参加了迷笛音乐节实验舞台(mini midi)的演出。2007年9月1日赴北京长住至今,李增辉曾与众多国内外实验乐手合作演出或巡演,被称为2008年实验音乐圈里最惊艳的新星和“中国土先锋”。并曾与颜峻、窦唯与不一定乐队、大忘杠、Justice Yeldham (Lucas Abela)、Sachiko M、豊住芳三郎、坂田明等国內外乐手合作,多次参加“水陆观音”、“Mini Midi音乐节”、“先锋音乐节”、“密集音乐会”等演出 。2014年开始艺术乐团“海草少年军”计划。
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海草少年军
混音作品1
混音作品2

关于厂牌 Muted Portraits
“每一张 Muted Portraits 的出品专辑,均由围绕某件音乐作品发生的一系列口述内容所构成。我们的采编人员将携带该作品走访多个不同身份和背景的匿名听者,在不提及音乐作者身份的情况下向听者播放音乐,并用录音机记录下音乐结束后所发生的谈话,以磁带和数字专辑形式发行。”
演出当天可以买到 Muted Portraits 七月新发行的三张限量版磁带专辑——它们的作者是来自中国大陆和台湾的三位实验/即兴好手——
《植物少年》- 李增辉
《墙》 – 卖卖
《Live at Mulhouse Music Festival Météo》- 李世扬(台湾)

July 16th, 2015; pm 7:00 door open, pm 8:00 start sharp
Meridian Space (C&C Park, 77 Meishuguan Houjie, Dongcheng, Beijing)
suggested donation: 50 rmb

Miji Concert 26 will include Gao Jiafeng’s solo set, Li Zenghui’s tenor saxophone solo composition piece, and Siwen Saodi, Jiafeng’s duo project with Tong Yixin.
Miji 26 will also be Muted Portraits’ release party. Jiafeng started this label by releasing limited editon of cassette albums for Li Zenghui, Mai Mai and Shih-Yang LEE.


Gao Jiafeng
Gao Jiafeng is a friend, a DJ, performer and multi-instrumentalist who currently lives and works in New York City. His solo performance combine body movements and spoken words in multiple languages, self-accompanied with various sound situations such as singing, Karaoke, instruments, field recordings, Powerpoint slides, iPhone DJ, dance, etc.

Siwen Saodi
Siwen Saodi (Tong Yi Xin and Gao Jiafeng) is a interdisciplinary performance duo based in Brooklyn, New York.

Li Zenghui
Li Zenghui, born in 1983 in Shandong, Qingdao. Sax player, vocal improviser and multi-instrumentalist, DJ, an independent actors, grotesque poetry and micro theatre / performing art
practicer. In 2001 August he joined Qingdao underground music scene. He is former of experimental rock band “slant rhyme” as lead singer, songwriter, arranger and performing designer. Later he joined another Qingdao band “Pipedream Princess” on keyboard and sax. Now he is member of Walnut Room and Omnipotent Youth Society.
At the end of 2006, with Feng Hao he formed “Walnut Room”. In 2007, they have participated the experimental stage of MIDI festival (Mini Midi). Since September 1st, 2007, he has relocated to Beijing till now.
Li Zenghui has worked with many domestic and foreign sound artist and experimental musicians onperformances or tour. He was acclaimed as a nova in China’s experiment music scene in 2008. He has collaborated with Yan Jun, Dou Wei & Buyiding, Da Wang Gang, Justice Yeldham (Lucas Abela), Sachiko M, Sabu Toyozumi, Akira Sakata to name a few. He has participated frequencily at events such as Waterland Kwanyin series, Mini Midi Festival, Sally Can’t Dance Festival, Miji Concert series… In 2014 he initiated an art orchestra “Youngs in The Seaweeds”.
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Douban
soundcloud
soundcould
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About Muted Portraits:
“Every Muted Portraits album contains a series of tracks where each track consists of words spoken off-the-cuff in response to a given piece of music. Our editors visit multiple anonymous commentators from various backgrounds, presenting each with an audio recording whose author remains in secret. The commentators listen to the music and then speak about it. These conversations are recorded and then published as digital and physical albums.”