Tim Kuhl

Grey McMurray, Faten Kanaan

Tue, October 25, 2016

8:00 pm

Union Pool

Brooklyn, NY

$8

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Tim Kuhl
Tim Kuhl is a drummer, composer, percussionist, producer, and band leader. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD as one of five boys in a musical household, he studied classical and jazz forms before leaving home for New York City. He has toured and recorded with a diverse range of artists in addition to having been a full time member of many NYC bands like The Izzys, Invisible Familiars, Sean Lennon’s The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, and the experimental group Little Worlds, whose Bela Bartok interpretations have garnered international critical praise.

As a composer he has released a number of self-produced jazz and experimental records culminating in 2012’s St. Helena, which featured an all-star cast of New York music luminaries.

1982 is Tim Kuhl’s follow-up effort to 2012’s critically acclaimed St. Helena. Composed of sprawling soundscapes and taut electronic production, 1982 was conceived and composed on an iPad while touring the world playing drums with Sean Lennon’s The GOASTT. While on a break from traveling, Kuhl brought the songs to co-producer and NYC engineer Joshua Valleau (WOLVVES, John Legend, etc), together they fleshed out the textures and sounds around the compositions. The album features collaborations with Satomi Matsuzaki, of Deerhoof, poet Geoffrey Bankowski, and Grey McMurray.

Kuhl is currently on tour with songwriter/guitarist Margaret Glaspy supporting the release of her debut album “Emotions and Math” available now on ATO records.
Grey McMurray
Grey Mcmurray is a guitarist and singer from Brooklyn. He is a member of (k)nights on earth, The Exit, itsnotyouitsme, Beyondo, Bell, Naked Brunch, alligator eats fish and also occasionally plays with Sō Percussion, Lenka Dusilova, and among others.
Faten Kanaan
Using vintage synths, Faten Kanaan slowly builds songs inspired by cinematic forms: from sweeping landscapes & quiet love stories, to the patterned tension of 1970s horror film scores. She focuses on bringing a human touch to electronic music, highlighting the relationship between man, nature, & machine: the drifting of time, dystopic grittiness, and the bittersweet but hopeful sense of nostalgia.
Venue Information:
Union Pool
484 Union Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://www.union-pool.com/