Pigeon Breeders are performing at New Music Edmonton’s Now Hear This festival, which celebrates the works of the iconic Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer — who coined the term “soundscape”!
Our performance will be accompanied by the live-visuals of Lindsay McIntyre, with multiple projections that will be integrated into our own sonic expressions.
The improvisational piece is called “Astral Migration” and is a highlight of our Saturday concert, titled Astral Ghosts. Here is the concert info:
Holy Trinity Anglican Church (10037 84th ave.)
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014
9:30pm – Astral Ghosts – a concert of electro-acoustic works
Ttickets are available at Tix on the Square or at the door
We’re very excited to be playing in Prince George this weekend for the Casse-Tête festival! “Int //” from our last album, Luminous Debris, is featured alongside tracks from other festival performers on this episode of Almost Mainstream, a Prince George podcast.
Wow, this week 2012, the Ramshackle Day Parade compilation, has reached #1 on the CJSR Top 30. Thanks to all the people who bothered to pollute the airwaves with all those waveform obscenities.
If you’re interested in buying a physical copy, come check out the monthly shows. They occur [with the odd exception] on the 22nd of every month. It is also available at Listen Records here in Edmonton. Maybe you’ll pick up a copy of Nocturnal Reveries while you’re at it.
If you’re cheap like most people (ourselves included), you can just download both for free at bandcamp. Enjoy!
"...this isn’t psychedelic in the traditional sense so put away your shitty weed, your fractal youtube videos, and forget about The Flaming Lips. Pigeon Breeders' brand of psychedelic is more meditative and a lot more noisy than what the word psychedelic entails."
- Tyler Thompson, inb4track.wordpress.com