“One of the most remarkable spaces I've seen in New York City. ”
Guest, Nov 2011

Calendar of Events › Mike Lowenstern presents NYC electronica

October 25, 2012 8:00 pm

Foreigners: Robin Cox (Violin/Electronics) and Rusty Banks (Guitar/Electronics)

Mike Lowenstern presents NYC electronica: “Over the course of my career, I’ve met a number of people who, not surprisingly, don’t often play in New York. It’s often a thankless place to play. I was able to twist the arms of two of my favorites, Robin Cox, from LA, and Rusty Banks, from Lancaster (PA), to make the trip out to Brooklyn. This is a unique chance to hear these two in town together!”

October 18, 2012 8:00 pm

Clarinets and Electronics: Carlos Cordiero, Alexey G and Eileen Mack


Mike Lowenstern presents NYC electronica: “Everyone who knows me knows that I have a particular fondness for clarinet and electronics. But I go about it pretty much one way. Here I am excited to present three other clarinetists who, each in their own way, blend those two mediums — but at their foundation have an amazing amount of craft with both.”

October 11, 2012 8:00 pm

Levy Lorenzo and Adam Cuthbért

adam cuthbert

Levy Lorenzo, a young electronics engineer and percussionist, brings a uniquely human and physical (dare I say “analog?”) angle to what has traditionally been a more sterile, digital medium. Levy designs and builds electronics that engage both the performer and audience in the live act of creating electronic music. Levy calls these tools “idiomatic, rather than idiosyncratic,” as he creates a new musical language that evolves the definition of the word “instrument.” Yes, Levy uses teacups as electronic instruments — see what else he’s bringing to Firehouse in this unique set. www.levylorenzo.com

October 4, 2012 8:00 pm

Slow Boys – Michael Lowenstern and Todd Reynolds

M Lowenstern

Mike Lowenstern presents NYC electronica:

8 and 9 PM

Blues, Funk, Electronics. Todd and I have been best friends and musical foils for one another for over 20 years. This set combines humor, cool toys, and probably a little bit of onstage arguing.  Maybe arguing is too strong a word. I’ve got a couple of new tunes, and Todd’s got some as well. Plus we’ll play a few of our favorites, including the work that made us enough money playing on the street to get dinner when stranded in Vienna. www.earspasm.com/www.toddreynolds.com

iCal Import