New Release by the Engines

The Engines second release “Wire and Brass” is now available on Okka Disk records. You can pick up a copy during our Tuesday night residency at Elastic Arts (2830n Milwaukee ave 9pm) through March 9, or email me directly at: timothydaisy@warpmail.net

The Engines are: Dave Rempis: (t)(a)(b) saxophones; Jeb Bishop:trombone
Nate McBride: bass; Tim Daisy: drums

Tuesday March 2nd and 9th
Elastic Arts Foundation
2830 N Milwaukee Ave
9pm

Calendar:

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Sunday February 28th New Fracture Trio Dave Miller- guitar Jake Vinsel- bass Tim Daisy drums
@ The Hungry Brain
2319W Belmont Ave
10pm

http://www.umbrellamusic.org

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Monday March 1st
Marc Riordan- piano
Daniel Thatcher-bass
Tim Daisy- drums

The Skylark
2149S Halsted
10pm
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Thursday March 4th

Pretty Monsters
Katie Young: Bassoon
Erica Dicker: Violin
Jeff Parker: Guitar
Tim Daisy: Drums

Elastic Arts Foundation
2830N Milwaukee Ave
10pm
http://www.elasticrevolution.com

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>MARCLAND At The MCA

Friday March 12, Saturday March 13th, and Sunday March 14th
@ The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
http://www.mcachicago.org

Please come out and support the incredible work of The Seldoms. The Seldoms make contemporary dance that translates inquiry into movement and amplifies its impact through collaboration with image, sound, text and location, providing an avenue for audiences to experience relevant and engaging dance.

I am very excited to have the opportunity to perform with this unique ensemble on March 12th,13th, and 14th at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

For Marchland, The Seldoms’ Artistic Director Carrie Hanson collaborates with visual artist Fraser Taylor to create a new ensemble work about mark-making, border/boundary and contested spaces. Hanson was inspired by Taylor’s video, CREVICE, a frenetic animation and sound piece that he created with Nicholas O’Brien by making minute drawings directly onto the surface of clear 16mm film, later capturing the projected film with digital video. Marchland combines video, sculpture, live percussion by Tim Daisy and costume design by Chicago fashion designer Lara Miller with idiosyncratic movement, mimicking the same flickering, erratic, and charged qualities of Taylor’s video.

March 12 & 13 at 7:30pm
March 14 at 3pm

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Waclaw Zimpel/Dave Rempis/Mark Tokar/Tim Daisy tour of Poland
17 MAR :: Krakow | Alchemia
18 MAR :: Warsaw | Powiecszenie
19 MAR :: Poznan | Dragon Club
20 MAR :: Gdansk | Klub Zak

THE ENGINES – EUROPEAN TOUR
21 MAR :: Zaandam, Netherlands | Serah Artisan
22 MAR :: Enschede, Netherlands | Jazzpodium Drienerlo
24 MAR :: Brest, France | Penn-Ar-Jazz
26 MAR :: Poitiers, France | Carré Bleu
27 MAR :: Nantes, France | Pannonica
28 MAR :: Hasselt, Belgium | Belgie
29 MAR :: Eindhoven, Netherlands | Café Wilhelmina
30 MAR :: Amsterdam, Netherlands | Zaal 100

What’s Happening?! Feb/March 2010

Hey everyone! Things are starting to pick up a bit around here. A lot of exciting things are happening. I hope to see you out at some of these events!

ENGINES TUESDAYS at ELASTIC ARTS!!
The Engines (Jeb Bishop/Dave Rempis/Nate McBride/Tim Daisy) have been working on a new book of material in preparation for a string of gigs in town as well as a tour in Europe this March. Come out and show your support!!

Tuesdays Feb 16, 23rd, and March 2
Elastic Arts Foundation
2830N Milwaukee Ave
www.elasticrevolution.com

NOTE: These concerts begin at 9pm, two sets a night!

www.theengines.net
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And For those of you in New York:

Come out and hear a brand new band!

Monday February 22nd
Steve Swell- trombone
Taylor Ho-Bynum – cornet
John Hebert- bass
Tim Daisy – drums
9pm
The Local 269 269E Houston Street NY,NY
212-228-9874
www.thelocal269.com

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Sunday February 28th New Fracture Trio Dave Miller- guitar Jake Vinsel- bass Tim Daisy drums
@ The Hungry Brain
2319W Belmont Ave
10pm

www.umbrellamusic.org

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Monday March 1st
Marc Riordan- piano
Daniel Thatcher-bass
Tim Daisy- drums

The Skylark
2149S Halsted
10pm
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Thursday March 4th

Pretty Monsters
Katie Young: Bassoon
Erica Dicker: Violin
Jeff Parker: Guitar
Tim Daisy: Drums

Elastic Arts Foundation
2830N Milwaukee Ave
10pm
www.elasticrevolution.com

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>MARCLAND At The MCA

Friday March 12, Saturday March 13th, and Sunday March 14th
@ The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
www.mcachicago.org

Please come out and support the incredible work of The Seldoms. The Seldoms make contemporary dance that translates inquiry into movement and amplifies its impact through collaboration with image, sound, text and location, providing an avenue for audiences to experience relevant and engaging dance.

I am very excited to have the opportunity to perform with this unique ensemble on March 12th,13th, and 14th at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

For Marchland, The Seldoms’ Artistic Director Carrie Hanson collaborates with visual artist Fraser Taylor to create a new ensemble work about mark-making, border/boundary and contested spaces. Hanson was inspired by Taylor’s video, CREVICE, a frenetic animation and sound piece that he created with Nicholas O’Brien by making minute drawings directly onto the surface of clear 16mm film, later capturing the projected film with digital video. Marchland combines video, sculpture, live percussion by Tim Daisy and costume design by Chicago fashion designer Lara Miller with idiosyncratic movement, mimicking the same flickering, erratic, and charged qualities of Taylor’s video.

March 12 & 13 at 7:30pm
March 14 at 3pm

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Waclaw Zimpel/Dave Rempis/Mark Tokar/Tim Daisy tour of Poland
17 MAR :: Krakow | Alchemia
18 MAR :: Warsaw | Powiecszenie
19 MAR :: Poznan | Dragon Club
20 MAR :: Gdansk | Klub Zak

THE ENGINES – EUROPEAN TOUR

21 MAR :: Zaandam, Netherlands | Serah Artisan
22 MAR :: Enschede, Netherlands | Jazzpodium Drienerlo
24 MAR :: Brest, France | Penn-Ar-Jazz
26 MAR :: Poitiers, France | Carré Bleu
27 MAR :: Nantes, France | Pannonica
28 MAR :: Hasselt, Belgium | Belgie
29 MAR :: Eindhoven, Netherlands | Café Wilhelmina
30 MAR :: Amsterdam, Netherlands | Zaal 100

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New Release!!!

Downtown Sound Gallery 10.15.2007
Carrie Shull. oboe and english horn
Kyle Bruckmann. oboe and english horn
Fred Lonberg-Holm. cello
Kent Kessler. bass
Tim Daisy. drums

Recorded live in Chicago at the Downtown Sound Gallery

If interested, send me an email: timothydaisy@warpmail.net

Thanks!

Tim

Marchland at the MCA!

Please come out and support the incredible work of The Seldoms. The Seldoms make contemporary dance that translates inquiry into movement and amplifies its impact through collaboration with image, sound, text and location, providing an avenue for audiences to experience relevant and engaging dance.

I am very excited to have the opportunity to perform with this unique ensemble on March 12th,13th, and 14th at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

For Marchland, The Seldoms’ Artistic Director Carrie Hanson collaborates with visual artist Fraser Taylor to create a new ensemble work about mark-making, border/boundary and contested spaces. Hanson was inspired by Taylor’s video, CREVICE, a frenetic animation and sound piece that he created with Nicholas O’Brien by making minute drawings directly onto the surface of clear 16mm film, later capturing the projected film with digital video. Marchland combines video, sculpture, live percussion by Tim Daisy and costume design by Chicago fashion designer Lara Miller with idiosyncratic movement, mimicking the same flickering, erratic, and charged qualities of Taylor’s video.

March 12 & 13 at 7:30pm
March 14 at 3pm

TICKETS:
http://www.mcachicago.org/performances/index.php
Box Office: (312) 397-4010