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Korgy & Bass @ OMSI Planetarium 

This week I'll be returning to my hometown, Portland Oregon, to perform at the OMSI Planetarium with Korgy & Bass. I've been going to OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) since I was a little kid. In my opinion it's one of Portland's best attractions, no matter what your age. It was a big part of my childhood, so I'm extremely excited to return there as an adult to perform at the Kendall Planetarium. The staff has been super involved, programming new visuals to accompany our music, as well as incorporating K&B's existing visual content. We will be performing our new album Remote in its entirety. Last time we did this in Portland was over the summer at Mississippi Studios. This will likely be the my only performance in Portland until late spring/summer, so catch me while you can!

Tickets can be bought at here

Thursday November 21, 7:30pm

NORUZ's "Big Show" ft. Korgy & Bass (11/8) 

The next "big show" that I'm working on. NORUZ brings the fire after a few quiet months. Local & international legend Stephen Gladney headlines. NOLA-beatmaking-collective Bag Season Records does a round-robin style showcase. Korgy & Bass makes their New Orleans debut, performing our recent collaborative album "Remote" in its entirety. Big thanks to Dopeciety for making it happen.

Friday, November 8th at Artspace3116 on St. Claude ave. Doors at 7:30pm. Pop up bar w/ beer, wine, seasonal cocktail. Presale tickets $7.50 (link below), $15 at the door.


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Instigation Festival Chicago 

I just returned from a fantastic weekend of music in Chicago, participating in the Instigation Festival. Instigation is an improvised music festival that acts as a partnership between New Orleans & Chicago, happening once a year in each city. This was really my first time participating in the Chicago music scene, I came away feeling inspired, and anxious to return. The first night, I performed at Constellation with Jeff Albert's Unanimous Sources. Isiah Spencer's group, the following act, deeply moved me with their improvisation. The next day I was part of a large ensemble, performing a brand new conceptual piece by Cellist and Composer Katinka Kleijn, which was held in the May Chapel at Rosehill Cemetery. On the last day, I reunited with my old friend Alex Massa. He brought together a really stellar lineup of horn players in an open improvisational environment. This included Gerald Bailey, Ben Lamar Gay, Mai Sugimoto, Arthur Black and Hunter Diamond. I'd like to extend a huge amount of gratitude towards Alex, Jeff Albert, Steve Marquette, and the Wilde family for making this such a fulfilling weekend.

Photo by Ricardo Adame