Pioneer Works Confirms Fall Music Programming - Featuring Tallest Man on Earth, Esperanza Spalding | Shore Fire Media

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25 August, 2017Print


Founded in 2012, Pioneer Works – an interdisciplinary arts non-profit located in a 25,000-square-foot former manufacturing warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn – is pleased to announce their Fall music schedule. Kicking off in early September, the calendar is highlighted by performances from The Tallest Man on Earth with yMusic (9/20+21), Esperanza Spalding (10/6), and a triple bill featuring Spank Rock, POLIÇA, and Marijuana Deathsquads (10/27). The rest of the schedule spans a vast musical spectrum, featuring everything from avant-garde noise experimentation, jazz, folk, hip-hop, and more. Links to ticketing info below.


Fall Performance Schedule:

9/10 - Ashcan Orchestra, Maria Chavez, CT SWaM

9/13 - Radical Context: Thollem, Nels Cline, Ravish Momin, Yuka C Honda, Laura Ortman, Michael Wimberly

9/20 + 21 - Tallest Man On Earth with yMusic

9/22 - Dais Records 10th Anniversary show: Drew McDowall, Little Annie Anxiety, Hiro Kone, Robert Turman, Scout Paré-Phillips, Drekka, Wetware, Pieter Schoolwerth (DJ set), JS Aurelius (DJ set) and Nikki Sneakers (DJ set)

9/29 - Blonde Redhead, Beacon, BEARCAT of Discwoman

10/3 - Shattered Glass Album Release

10/5 - Mdou Moctar, Drunken Foreigner Band

10/6  - Esperanza Spalding

10/16 - Los Wembler’s

10/27 - Spank Rock, POLIÇA, Marijuana Deathsquads,

10/31 - Mariza

This programming follows Pioneer Works’ most recent exhibition, Grand Ole Opera, which combined visual art and musical performances. The exhibition earned recognition in the New York Times, New Yorker, Village Voice, Time Out NY, New York Magazine, amongst others.

Pioneer Works also offers a music residency program, where invited artists have free access to a professional recording studio and an in-house engineer. While in residence, musicians are encouraged to work beyond the studio by collaborating with Pioneer Works’ science, visual arts, and technology residents and integrating their projects in the center’s various public programs. Current music resident Discwoman--a NYC-based collective that showcases cis women, trans women and genderqueer talent in electronic music-- illustrates how Pioneer Works music residents move beyond the studio as they led an Ableton workshop for local Red Hook teens.

Beyond its performance space and residency program, Pioneer Works is home to a radio station, educational programs, lecture programs featuring Nobel Prize-winning physicists, a film editing suite, a print publishing arm, facilities for scientific research, and more.

For more information please contact Bryant Kitching or Amy Bailey at Shore Fire Media, (718) 522-7171