Sun, Apr 9
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Kali Malone – Headquartered in Stockholm, Kali Malone is an American-Swedish composer and musician who creates sonic monoliths that tug at the very material of listening. Her compositions implement specific tuning systems in minimalist structure for pipe organ, choir, chamber music ensembles, and electroacoustic formats. Malone’s music is rich with harmonic texture through synthetic and acoustic instrumentation in repetitive motions and extended durations. The music emits distinct emotive, dynamic, and affective hues which bring forth a stunning depth of focus.

Kali Malone has performed extensively, presenting her music at Musica Festival, Berlin Atonal, Moogfest, Hamburg Elbphilharmonie, Philharmonie de Paris, Radio France, Rockefeller Chappel in Chicago, Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, The Southbank Center, Bozar, Schauspielhaus, First Congressional Church of Los Angeles, Orgelpark, Unsound Festival, Kanal Pompidou, Eglise Saint Francois, Örgryta Kyrka, Johannes Kyrka in Malmö, St. John’s Smith Square in London, First Unitarian Church of Brooklyn, The Cathedral of St. James in Toronto and Montreal, amongst many other concert halls, churches and museums in Europe and North America. Her commission projects and residencies include the Ina GRM, The Richard Thomas Foundation, MACBA, Macadam Ensemble, Orgelpark, Elektronmusikstudion, and Tempo Reale. She collaborates and performs with various artists, including Stephen O’Malley, Lucy Railton, Frederikke Hoffmeier, Leila Bordreuil, Drew McDowall, Caterina Barbieri, and Ellen Arkbro. In 2016 she co-founded the record label and concert series XKatedral, together with Maria W Horn, in Stockholm.

Byron Westbrook – Byron Westbrook opens the April 9th Kali Malone show at Lodge Room. The L.A. based artist and musician makes sculptural, immersive electronic compositions within an expansive practice that includes both music performance and installation situations. With a keen ear to auditory cause and affect, Westbrook focuses on the architectural qualities of sound and the potential for audio to generate visual and social space.

A couple key releases from the past few years include the 2021 full-length Distortion Hue and a side of the 2022 just intonation triple LP compilation The Harmonic Series II curated by Duane Pitre.