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Yeast by Sweet Beast Experimental Music Fest 2014
Saturday March 8, Sunday March 9 and Monday March 10
Chain Drive Austin
504 Willow St.
(512) 480-9017

Saturday March 8
Video Artist Paul Baker throughout evening

4 to 430pm Book of Shadows
445 to 515 Anonymonstrosity
530 to 6 Oscillator Sunshine Machine 
615 to 645 Aunts Analog
7 to 710 Mystery Band
725 to 755 Sprills of Ore 
810 to 840 Smokey Emery 
855 to 925 Peasant
940 to 1010 Andy Hendrix and the Skwaarmalar Machine
1025 to 1055 Waco Girls
1110 to 1140 ST-37
1155 to 1225 Xathax
1240 to110 Jerri Seinfeldt’s Atrophied Sac
125 to 155 am Future Blondes - Houston

Sunday March 9

4 to 430pm Brekekekoaxkoax
445 to 515 Korperschwache (Roy Felps)
525 to 555 Epop Nivek
605 to 635 Pilgrimess
645 to 715 Moonsicles
730 to 8 Thomas Fang
815 to 845 Ouiness
9 to 930 Violent Squid - Denton 
945 to 1015 Ichi Ni San Shi
1030 to 11 Damp Heat
1115 to 1145 Night Viking
Midnight to 1230 Lee Dockery 
1245 to 115am Null Hypothesis
130 to 2 am Mugwhump

Monday March 10 Night of Noise

6 to 630 Pale 
645 to 715 Carbine Green
730 to 8 Seven Inch Stitch 
815 to 845 Harsh Dick Antichrist Project
9 to 930 Luciferins
945 to 1015 City of Embers 
1030 to 11 Macho Blush
1115 to 1145 Destroyed for Comfort 
Midnight to 1230 Wilfred Brimley’s Secret Mission 
1245 to 115 Attic Ted 
130 to 2 am Aurora Plastics Company
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YEAST BY SWEET BEAST EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC FESTIVAL
SCHEDULE
Saturday March 10, 2012

Headhunters

720 Red River St., Austin TX 78701

512-825-5600

Video projectionist: Katie Rose Pipkin

2pm to 2:30pm———— Mugwump

245pm to 315pm———Ichi Ni San Shi

330pm to 4pm————-Macho Blush

415pm to 445pm———Rebecca Ramirez

5pm to 530pm————-Sprills of Ore

545pm to615pm———The Lichen

630pm to 7pm———— Book of Shadows

715pm to 745pm——- Xathax (Nathan Espen)

8pm to 830pm———— Le Cowboy from Vienna, At

845pm to 915pm——- Unmoor (Andy Hendricks/ Eva Kelly)

930pm to 10pm——— Thomas Fang

Sunday March 11, 2012 Part One

2pm until 730pm

Headhunters

720 Red River St., Austin, TX 78701

512-825-5600

Video Projectionist: Paul Baker

215pm to 245pm——-Topher

3pm to 330pm————Zorch

345pm to 415pm——-Smokey Emery

430pm to 5pm———- BREAKEXEXKOAXKOAX

515pm to 545pm——-Bee vs. Moth

6pm to630pm————How I Quit Crack

645pm to 715pm——-Youthful Masturbation Techniques

Sunday March 11, 2012 Part Two

930pm to 2am

Skinny’s Ballroom

115 San Jacinto, Austin, TX 78701

512-476-1962

Video Projectionist: Paul Baker

930pm to 10pm——————- Scottless and Bible Black (members of ST-37)

1015pm to 1045pm————- Sections (Bradford Kinney & Justin Waters)

11pm to 1130pm——————- Dromez (Liz Gomez)

1145pm to 1215am————— Future Blondes (Houston)

1230am to 1am———————- Johnathan Horne & Matt Armistead

115am to 145am——————- Aurora Plastics Company

Monday March 12, 2012

Trophy’s

2008 South Congress

512-447-0969

Video Projectionist: Laurel Barickman

5pm to 530 pm—————— Destroyed for Comfort

545pm to 615pm—————Man of the Down

630pm to 715pm—————-7-Inch Stitch

730pm to 8pm———————Lee Dockery

815pm to 845pm————— Mystery band

9pm to 930pm———————-Daze of Heaven

945pm to 1015pm—————Odor Baby (Matt Burnett)

1030pm to 11pm——————Sex Bruises

1115pm to 1145 pm———-Waco Girls

12 am to 1230am—————-Hard HNW

1245am to 115am————— Christopher Petkus

130am to 2am————————Jerri Seinfeldt’s Atrophied SAC free jam!!!!!
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Contact: Anne Heller
Aurora Plastics Company (band)
(512) 483-1631
cfood3000@gmail.com
or
Chris Petkus of Church of Friendly Ghost
(512) 965-1379
johnnymeatworth@mac.com


Yeast by Sweet Beast 2012 Highlights Experimental Music
In the Quest to Keep Austin Weird!

Yeast by Sweet Beast 2012, presented by Anne Heller of Aurora Plastics Company and Church of the Friendly Ghost, is a three-day experimental improvisation and outsider music festival (now in its 12th year) to be held Saturday March 10th from 2 pm to 10 pm at Headhunters (720 Red River St., Austin TX 78701, 512-825-5600), Sunday March 11th from 2 pm to 730 pm at Headhunters (720 Red River St., Austin TX 78701, 512-825-5600), Sunday March 11 from 930pm to 2am at Skinny’s Ballroom (115 San Jacinto, Austin, TX 78701, 512-476-1962) and Monday March 12th from 5 pm to 2 am at Trophy’s (2008 South Congress, Austin TX 78704, 512-447-0969) during the SXSW Film and Interactive Festival. Poet, musician and filmmaker Anne Heller (of the experimental improv band Aurora Plastics Company) began the fest in the year 2000 to celebrate still being alive and to return a bit of happiness to the community by creating a manifestation of “flying the freak flag.” She organizes and funds the fest herself, paying the performing bands equally from the profits, if any. Inspired by Andy Warhol’s legendary “Exploding Plastic Inevitable” happenings, this showcase of up-and-coming tonal artists is accompanied by the film installations of video artists Paul Baker, Laurel Barickman and Katie Rose Pipkin, creating a hypnotic ambiance throughout.

The music is the reason for the Yeast by Sweet Beast experimental music Fest. Experimental music is a viable genre and should be performed live for people to see and hear. It has a history which dates back to the turn of the last century and is rooted in the jazz tradition which in turn stemmed from the music performed in voodoo rituals brought to America by African slaves. These vibrations and tones may seem unsettling or evil to the uninitiated, but in truth they are healing and cathartic. They can take one to a beautiful inner/outer space where one can be free to float beyond this drab, spastic world and its physical and spatial limitations.
Experimental improvisational music is “art for art’s sake,” creation as a means of intense personal expression. The bands featured in Yeast by Sweet Beast are all experienced improvisers who feel comfortable and relish the magic which is creativity in the moment. Many also perform in other musical genres. Each band gets a 30-minute set with 8 or 9 bands performing each night of the fest.
Yeast by Sweet Beast 2012 will feature Vienna, Austria’s Le Cowboy, Louisville, Kentucky’s Bosco Stravinsky , Houston’s Future Blondes and as well as such Austin-based experimental stalwarts as ST-37, Jerri Seinfeldt’s Atrophied Sac, Book of Shadows and organic-electric soundtrack conjurers Aurora Plastics Company. Video artists Paul Baker of Sub Oslo, Laurel Barickman and Katie Rose Pipkin will visually accompany the musical performances, in traditional Yeast by Sweet Beast fashion.

Please contact Anne at cfood3000@gmail.com (512-483-1631) or Chris atjohnnymeatworth@mac.com(512-965-1379) or check http://www.yeastbysweetbeast.com or https://www.facebook.com/yeastbysweetbeast for more information.
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Experimental Music Festival March 10th, 11th, 12th Austin, Texas.
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Contact:  Anne Heller
              Aurora Plastics Company (band)
              (512) 483-1631
              cfood3000@gmail.com
                          or
   Chris Petkus of Church of Friendly Ghost 
   (512) 965-1379 
               johnnymeatworth@mac.com


Yeast by Sweet Beast 2012 Highlights Experimental Music
In the Quest to Keep Austin Weird!
 
Yeast by Sweet Beast 2012, presented by Anne Heller of Aurora Plastics Company and Church of the Friendly Ghost, is a three-day experimental improvisation and outsider music festival (now in its 12th year) to be held Saturday March 10th from 2 pm to 10 pm, Sunday March 11th from 3 pm to 2 am and Monday March 12th from 6 pm to 2 am, during the SXSW Film and Interactive Festival.  Poet, musician and filmmaker Anne Heller (of the experimental improv band Aurora Plastics Company) began the fest in the year 2000 to celebrate still being alive and to return a bit of happiness to the community by creating a manifestation of “flying the freak flag.”  She organizes and funds the fest herself, paying the performing bands equally from the profits, if any.  Inspired by Andy Warhol’s legendary “Exploding Plastic Inevitable” happenings, this showcase of up-and-coming tonal artists is accompanied by the film installations of video artist Paul Baker and others, creating a hypnotic ambiance throughout.
The music is the reason for the Yeast by Sweet Beast experimental music Fest.  Experimental music is a viable genre and should be performed live for people to see and hear.  It has a history which dates back to the turn of the last century and is rooted in the jazz tradition which in turn stemmed from the music performed in voodoo rituals brought to America by African slaves.  These vibrations and tones may seem unsettling or evil to the uninitiated, but in truth they are healing and cathartic.  They can take one to a beautiful inner/outer space where one can be free to float beyond this drab, spastic world and its physical and spatial limitations.  
Experimental improvisational music is “art for art’s sake,” creation as a means of intense personal expression.  The bands featured in Yeast by Sweet Beast are all experienced improvisers who feel comfortable and relish the magic which is creativity in the moment.  Many also perform in other musical genres.  Each band gets a 30-minute set with 8 or 9 bands performing each night of the fest.
Yeast by Sweet Beast 2012 will feature Louisville, Kentucky’s Bosco Stravinsky , Houston’s Future Blondes and Muzak John, as well as such Austin-based experimental stalwarts as ST-37, Plutonium Farmers, Attic Ted, Book of Shadows  and organic-electric soundtrack conjurers Aurora Plastics Company.  Paul Baker of Sub Oslo and others will visually accompany the musical performances, in traditional Yeast by Sweet Beast fashion.           
Please contact Anne at cfood3000@gmail.com  (512-483-1631) or Chris at johnnymeatworth@mac.com (512-965-1379) or checkhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/Yeast-by-Sweet-Beast-Fest/321347237877510 for more information.