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Max Davies, Toni Oswald, Donnie Mortimer
February 26 @ 8:00 pm
The Laughing Goat presents an evening of music and literary readings with the following performers.
Max Davies grew up fascinated by sound and music. In addition to his solo work, his music has been featured in films, at NYC Fashion week, spoken-word collaborations and dance productions. He has worked with variety of musicians, poets, freaks, weirdos and beautiful noisemakers. An eclectic guitarist, musician, songwriter and producer, he has been fortunate to work with such sonic luminaries and linguistic magicians such as Thurston Moore, Anne Waldman, Lydia Lunch, Toni Oswald, CA Conrad, John Trudell, LAPCAT, Clark Coolidge, Steven Taylor, Junior Burke, Ic Explura, Gregory Alan Isakov and many more. His last album In The Realms Of The Mercury Halo was reviewed by Guitarist Magazine as being a record that “yearns with a sorrowful gravitas and minimalist intensity”. https://maxdavies.bandcamp.com/
Toni Oswald has written and produced several albums under the moniker The Diary Of Ic Explura. She has worked and performed with John Frusicante and Josh Klighoffer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, singer/ musician Bob Forrest of Thelonious Monster, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth and many poets and writers. Her performances are mesmerizing and intimate experiences that defy convention and genre and explore the act of creativity and performance with a sincerity and wonder all her own.
She and her husband Max Davies often perform together as a duo or as The Diary Of Ic Explura.
Sound and Color Vibration Magazine wrote “there is a clear window of new types of energy and shapes in sound coming from Toni Oswald and Max Davies.”
Singer and songwriter Donnie Mortimer has recorded and performed with a variety of acts. Including, Hawkfather, Mortimer, Eternal Sunset and Bella Duro.
He has shared the stage with Duncan Sheik, Griffin House, David Poe, Marc Broussard, Gregory Alan Isakov, & The Spooky Ghost.
Longmont based writer Madeleine Seltzer was born and raised in Los Angeles. Her fiction and poetry have been published in a variety of literary magazines and journals.
In her spare time she makes zines and walks her dog.
Nicolas Wesely is a poet based in Boulder, Colorado. His work has been published in various journals and literary magazines.
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