the wulf.

upcoming events

02.18.2019 8:00 p.m.

TONED, Erika Bell + Andy Young, L.A Feedback

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

TONED (Oakland/Philly) is the electroacoustic music ensemble of Nathan Corder (electronics), Tom Weeks (alto saxophone), and Leo Suarez (drum set). TONED engages with extremes, operating in the realms of deeply listened sensitivity, muscular sonic assaults, and impenetrable modernist abstractions. Split between the Bay Area and Philadelphia, the three members of TONED have collectively worked with luminaries including Roscoe Mitchell, William Winant, Jaap Blonk, and Jack Wright, as well as groups such as JITTERS, Taiwan Housing Project, Nude Tayne and wMerchandis

Erika Bell + Andy Young (you already know, CA)
Drones, Interplanetary assault systems, sounds for children, 100% all organic and free range.

LA Feedback (LA)
They play the hits. Feedback instruments, noise, and chirps.
~Clint Dodson, James Vitz-Wong, Evan Schaaf, Cody Putman~

02.19.2019 8:00 p.m.

Open Source: Dustin Wong + Takako Minekawa, Erin Demastes

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

This event is a part of the wulf.'s third annual Open Source electronic music series. Each event in the series is dedicated to presenting new works by artists working with technologies in unique and innovative ways. Open Source is made possible in part by a generous grant from the DCA Los Angeles.

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02.22.2019 8:00 p.m.

the wulf. & Coaxial x Compose LA

the wulf. @ Coaxial Arts

1815 S Main St., Los Angeles, CA US 90016

Free admission! Please RSVP to the event post on Eventbrite.

Liam Mooney and Speaker Ackbar Abbas, Ph.D.

Liam Mooney’s Flatland (2019) is a work loosely patterned after Edwin Abbott's novella, Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. Abbott's examination of humanity—and the natural and constructed categories contained therein—still seems to have the sting of relevance, and the listener might not find it at all difficult to connect Abbott's observations to features of present-day societies.

An aficionado of fakes, Ackbar Abbas is the author of some of the most influential texts on Hong Kong culture and literature, and on culture, literature, film, art, architecture, and critical theory more generally. A professor of comparative literature and film at the University of California, Irvine, Abbas was born, raised, and—as he puts it—corrupted in Hong Kong. He insists on thinking with whatever is at hand, materially and ideationally, on finding the deeply revealing in the obvious, significance amidst desolation, possibility in vulnerability, a map of culture in the design it authorizes.

This event was planned in collaboration with the wulf. & Coaxial. Compose LA  is  a new city-wide new music, new ideas festival planned in conjunction with Department of Cultural Affairs – City of Los Angeles, American Composers Forum of Los Angeles, University of California Humanities Research Institute, and the  Center for Music Innovation – UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. For information about the full roster of events, go to the DCA website: