JG Thirlwell’s Manorexia will make a rare appearance with a performance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music Cafe on November 18 2011. The concert will be an extended program of material, drawn from all the Manorexia albums, and admission is free.
The musicians is Manorexia for this performance will be JG Thirlwell (laptop / compositions), Leyna Marika Papach (violin), Elena Moon Park (violin), Karen Waltuch (viola), Isabel Castellvi (cello), Peter Wise (percussion) and David Broome (keyboards).
The latest Manorexia album is Dinoflagellate Blooms, which is a double disc with the album in both stereo and 5.1 surround sound.
The All Tomorrow’s Parties “I’ll Be Your Mirror” music event, curated by Portishead, will occur in Asbury Park on Sep 30 – Oct 2. Manorexia will perform on Oct 2. To celebrate the event, All Tomorrows Parties are streaming a “mix-tape” of the artists that will appear.
Artists on the “mixtape” include Manorexia, Oneida, Portishead, Battles, A Hawk And A Hacksaw, Cults, Neutral Milk Hotel, Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, Swans, Deerhoof, The Pop Group, Beak>, Chavez, DD/MM/YYYY, Hannibal Buress, Shellac, People Of The North, Anika, Earth, The Stars In His Head , Factory Floor, Company Flow, Thought Forms, and many more.
The lineup of Manorexia for the ATP show will be JG Thirlwell (laptop / compositions), Leyna Marika Papach (violin), Elena Moon Park (violin), Karen Waltuch (viola), Isabel Castellvi (cello), Peter Wise (percussion) and David Broome (keyboards).
Ectopic Ents is proud to announce the release of the long awaited new studio album by Foetus, entitled HIDE.
HIDE features ten new compositions by JG Thirlwell, who describes it as a “neo-symphonic avant-psychedelic concept album informed by the culture of fear”. Kicking off with a nine minute operatic opus featuring the guest vocal talents of opera singer Abby Fischer, HIDE is an immersive album infused with strands of progressive and contemporary classical, as well as Thirlwell’s twisting cinematic journeys, bombast and sombre interludes.
Thirlwell produced the album and performs most of the music. Also guesting on the album are long time collaborator Steven Bernstein on trumpet and Leyna Marika Papach from Thirlwell’s Manorexia ensemble on violin. In addition Elliot Hoffman of Carbomb plays drums on a track, and there are appearances from Ed Pastorini, Jeff Davidson and Christian Gibbs (Lucinda Blackbear).
Go to the HIDE page to preview and order.
JG Thirlwell’s Manorexia will be performing live at Le Poisson Rouge, celebrating the release of The Mesopelagic Waters on Tzadik. The show will be on April 4 2010 at 7pm and tickets are $15.00. This is the only Manorexia show scheduled for the US in 2010.
Buy advance tickets at Le Poisson Rouge’s site.
The group at the concert will consist of
JG Thirlwell – Keys / Samples / Electronics
Peter Wise – Vibraphone / Glockenspiel / percussion
David Broome – Piano / Toy Piano
Leyna Marika Papach – Violin
Elena Moon Park – Violin
Karen Waltch – Viola
Alex Waterman – Cello