Sage Pbbbt’s singing practice takes inspiration from Tuvan and Mongolian overtone singing, Inuit throat singing, sound poetry and an ongoing exploration of extra-normal vocal technique. Her drumming takes influence from a variety of shamanic traditions and an exploration of non-striated musical forms. Her practice comes out of an open-ended exploration of the intersections of insight meditation practice and improvised ritual magick practice and queering the boundaries between formal ritual and musick.
She also takes influence from industrial musick, trance, and drone; urban/industrial shamanism and chaos magick; feminist, queer and trans praxis; and Discordianism.
Eduardo Cossio is a musician active in both popular and experimental music. He has done collaborations in music for film, video installation, and performance. An interest in physical theater and site-specificity inform ‘Procession’; his current project of improvised performances in urban settings. Eduardo is also the organizer of Outcome Unknown, a series of monthly experimental concerts at Spectrum Project Space; he presents ‘Difficult Listening’ on RTRFM; and his gig reviews appear on RealTime Arts and Cool Perth Nights. His work has been commissioned by contemporary music ensemble GreyWing, and he has conducted his own pieces at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The State Library of WA, and the Callaway Auditorium of UWA. In 2016 he received the WA Music Industry Award for Best Experimental Act;. Eduardo is about to release ‘Foliages’, a self-produced EP of duo improvisations featuring Sage Pbbbt, Dan O’Connor, Zoe Kilbourn, and Ben Greene.
Eduardo Cossio / Sage Pbbbt: https://soundcloud.com/brujerias