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TQC: Joe Tomino, André Vida, BRIAN!, Jordan Sand, Mulholland

By Bubba Crumrine

April 17 brings solo performance from Joe Tomino, André Vida, Jordan Sand, the return of local trio BRIAN! and the debut of new duo Mulholland – back in collaboration with Experimental Sound Studio’s The Quarantine Concert series. Tune in 8PM ET / 7PM CT through their Twitch channel. Joe Tomino Joe Tomino is a Cleveland…

TQC 2/19: Keir Neuringer, Beau Mahadev, Jason Calhoun, Flose

By Bubba Crumrine

Ithaca Underground is back partnering with Experimental Sound Studio’s The Quarantine Concert series, which broadcasted nearly 500 hours of live music in 2020. This round, we present an evening of current and former Ithacans providing fresh streams of amplified, acoustic, and electronic sources including Keir Neuringer (of Irreversible Entanglements), Beau Mahadev, Jason Calhoun, & Flose.…

The Quarantine Concerts

By Bubba Crumrine

The Quarantine Concerts are a collaborative endeavor meant to provide artists a space to share their work and continue to earn a living during this time when most live performance opportunities have been cancelled due to COVID-19. We believe in the necessity of art during difficult moments like these, and feel fortunate to live in…

The Rita, Black Leather Jesus, Vomir, and J.S.H. with Obscenity Law and Kjostad at Chanticleer Loft 3/6

By Suzannah Van Gelder

The noise never stops at Ithaca Underground, and this Friday we’re bringing it to the Chanticleer Loft with six spectacular noise artists. We’re honored to have some of the pioneers of harsh noise wall (HNW) joining us in Ithaca, including The Rita, Vomir, and Black Leather Jesus. The performance and sound of these artists is…

Absolute Garbage, Zero Mean, Tilling, and Leonardo Decapitated at the Chanticleer Loft 2/29!

By Suzannah Van Gelder

This Saturday, February 29, Ithaca Underground has a kickass lineup of punk and hardcore artists just waiting to tear the roof off the Chanticleer loft! Headlined by Brooklyn punk outfit Absolute Garbage, three incredibly talented Ithaca groups round out the lineup. Absolute Garbage If there’s such a thing as “authentic” punk, Absolute Garbage is it.…

International Noise Conference Kickoff: An eruption of sound

By Suzannah Van Gelder

On January 31st, we saw some of the best noise musicians in the region kick off their tour to the  International Noise Conference in Miami in the Chanticleer Loft. Bubba Crumrine, Jen Kutler, Matt Luczak, flubber boiler//soggy doggy, and C.H.S. put on an incredible show that welcomed us into the month of February and set…

Goo Lagoon Collab 2/15 with Madeline McQueen, Sarah Gross, sleep destroyer, and GWEN

By Suzannah Van Gelder

Love is in the air this weekend, and we don’t mean Valentine’s Day! Ithaca Underground has fallen in love with four spectacular artists that will be playing the Kava Bar on Saturday, February 15th. In collaboration with Goo Lagoon, we’ve assembled a femme-tastic lineup of Madeline McQueen, Sarah Gross, sleep destroyer, and GWEN. You don’t…

IU X Microtones Fundraiser this Saturday with Ghost Slut, Whoisbriantech, Xen Model, and rā

By Suzannah Van Gelder

This Saturday Ithaca Underground is doing a rare 21+ show in collaboration with Microtones! Held at the Forest City Lodge, the money raised from this event will support our local all-ages programming. We’ve assembled a lineup of dance and electronic powerhouses that are sure to make you dance the night away, so make sure you…

This Friday – INC 2020 Tour Kickoff with Jen Kutler, C.H.S., flubber boiler//soggy doggy, Matt Luczak, and Bubba Crumrine!

By Suzannah Van Gelder

Join Ithaca Underground in the Chanticleer Loft this Friday, January 31 as Jen Kutler, Bubba Crumrine, Matt Luczak, C.H.S., and flubber boiler//soggy doggy kick off their tour. These talented and visionary musicians are headed to the International Noise Conference in Miami, so make sure to see them before they hit the road!   Jen Kutler…

“Getting Weird” at the Evening of Improv with Corsano, Lewandowski, Hennies, Wilson, and more

By Suzannah Van Gelder

The night began with Jenae Lowe on the saxophone, alongside Ailís Clyne crouching over a keyboard, perched on her heels. The tone was conversational— Lowe’s saxophone had a dialogue with each instrument and contact-mic’d object Clyne played.  It was a perfect opening for a night of experimentation and wonder. With a contact mic and a…