Aaron Dilloway, Steve Baczkowski & Martin Freeman

Thursday, Oct 04, 2018 - 7:00 PM

Cass Project

500 Seneca Street Buffalo, NY 14204

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What: Concert 
Who: Aaron Dilloway (Oberlin), Steve Baczkowski, & Martin Freeman (Rochester)
Where: Boiler Room, 500 Seneca, Buffalo, NY 14204
When: Thursday, October 4, 7-9pm
Cost: $10-20 sliding scale

The Cass Project is excited to announce the upcoming music event of solo performances by experimental musicians Aaron Dilloway (Oberlin), Steve Baczkowski and Martin Freeman (Rochester), on Thursday, October 4, 7-9pm at 500 Seneca, in the Boiler Room. Tickets will be available at the door on a sliding scale of $10-20. The Boiler Room is located off the courtyard at 500 Seneca, by entering through the gate on Myrtle near Hamburg, and following the signs/path. 

Aaron Dilloway is an experimental musician born in 1976. He is an improvisor and composer originally from Brighton, Michigan who works with the manipulation of 8-Track tape loops in combination with voice, tape delays and various organic and electronic sound sources. A founding member of the industrial noise group Wolf Eyes, Dilloway now resides in Oberlin, OH where he runs Hanson Records and Mailorder. 

Music: https://aarondilloway.bandcamp.com/
Performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuQ2KYopeLI
Longer bio: https://www.allmusic.com/artist/aaron-dilloway-mn0000812176/biography


Steve Baczkowski is a Buffalo-based saxophonist & multi-instrumantalist. He performs solo, in duo with percussionist Ravi Padmanabha & bassist Brandon Lopez, in duo/trio with guitarist Bill Nace and drummer Chris Corsano, and in several other groups. He has collaborated with many other musicians from around the world and has appeared at festivals in the US, Canada, Mexico & the UK.

Duo with Bill Nace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Npg_JsVxkRI
Duo with Brandon Lopez: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TmJ4F58-Lo&feature=youtu.be


Martin Freeman is an improvising musician and instrument builder from Rochester, N.Y. He works predominantly with unpredictable electronic instruments of his own design. He also operates Mroztronium, a company that builds commercial electronic instruments for other musicians and artists.

Website: http://mroztronium.blogspot.com
Music: https://soundcloud.com/martin-freem
Performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzvjpYq6bvM
Installation: https://www.facebook.com/MAGRochester/videos/martin-freeman-with-his-potato-synthesizers5-friday-at-mag/10160373857310694/

Cover image design by Ryan McMullen