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17May
Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore + Gabriel Saloman
8:00 PM - 11:59 PM Wind River
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Date: May 17, 2019 to May 17, 2019
Where: Wind River, 421 Wild Way, Santa Cruz, California, United States
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Event Type: Concerts & Music, Nightlife
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Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore's collective work-as solo artists, band members, and collaborators-could fill a small record collection. Despite this productivity, these two long-time friends have never recorded an entire album focused exclusively on their unique talents. "Ghost Forests" mysteriously, thrillingly fills that void. Gabriel Saloman, known widely for his work in seminal noise band Yellow Swans, presents his ongoing investigations into music of the liberated body. meg baird & mary lattimore Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore's collective work-as solo artists, band members, and collaborators-could fill a small record collection. Despite this productivity, these two long-time friends have never recorded an entire album focused exclusively on their unique talents. "Ghost Forests" mysteriously, thrillingly fills that void. Independently, Baird and Lattimore have each cultivated highly individual and idiosyncratic tools of expression. Baird's timeless and soaring voice, guitar, and drums have underpinned pastoral and folk rock explorations as a soloist and in band settings with Espers and Heron Oblivion. Lattimore's albums of enigmatic, spectral experimental harp sounds move and unfold like films and nature itself. The list of artists that have called upon their voices, talents, and visions to enrich their own work is expansive-a virtual pocket encyclopedia of contemporary indie and experimental musicians. Over the course of "Ghost Forests"' six collaborative compositions we hear deeply sympathetic conversations between the two artists. With access to a deep pool of shared influences, these two friends assembled a collection of sounds conjured from harp, guitar (both acoustic and electric), synths, the human voice, and a shared poetic language. Baird and Lattimore's subjects range from the sound of light on water, seismic geopolitical anxiety, the smog-exploded sunsets of Don Dudley's paintings, and vertigo from their respective relocations to San Francisco and L
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