One never knows quite what to expect from Lea Bertucci - atonal woodwind drift, tape-manipulated melee, slide-guitar crackle-spackle. Yet her sonic adventures are inevitably worth a third or fifteenth airing, even when the form is elusive, incomprehensible, or suggests a malfunctioning amplifier. Tonight, Bertucci is slated to wild out alone on an amplified bass clarinet; underground icon Bhob Rainey will also perform a solo set, wresting chaos from a soprano saxophone.
Sun., July 13, 8 p.m., 2014
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