Jay Kreimer


Performance at The Museum of the Artistic Book, Lodz Poland, night before last. I played a piece in response to Street of Crocodiles by the great Polish author, Bruno Schulz. I had hoped to load my piezo in a copy of that book, but couldn’t find one in Lodz, so I used a Hindi text book for a controller. All sounds are from the book and triggered samples of my instrument Bobbers. 



I’ll be performing “When it’s Gone…” at the deYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, the evening of Friday, September 5. It’s part of the biennial Soundwave series, put on by Mediate. This year’s theme is WATER. My performance drains into the meditation pool, and will go on for a while. Do you hear water dripping?

I’ll be performing “When it’s Gone…” at the deYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, the evening of Friday, September 5. It’s part of the biennial Soundwave series, put on by Mediate. This year’s theme is WATER. My performance drains into the meditation pool, and will go on for a while. Do you hear water dripping?


That’s Bobbers, my new instrument, on display through July 28 at the Greater Nebraska show, Lux Art Center, Lincoln NE. 

That’s Bobbers, my new instrument, on display through July 28 at the Greater Nebraska show, Lux Art Center, Lincoln NE. 



That’s Tomorrow!



This should be big fun. I’ll cut up some materials, Burroughs style, and play from that. Dr. Benway will be the attending physician.



HOUSE SHOW on TAX DAY!  CASH IN!  HOME of EASY CREDIT   (NYC).

    SAV  (Denmark),    MIGHTY VITAMINS.    Tuesday April 15, 7:30 pm,

                        3708 J St.   $5 for the touring bands.

http://youtu.be/Lcj-XPcpEPw




Here’s a composed street dancer at the Ganesh festival in Baroda last September. When the tall, off-camera, blond woman won’t dance with him, he democratically decides to give me a try. 



Volcanic Tongue: Underground Music Mailorder & Shop

 A review of the latest Seeded Plain album (Bryan Day and Jay Kreimer), Provincial Stammer. It’s on the Bug Incision label.

Hand-numbered edition of only 75 copies set of “confrontational gamelan theatre” from the duo of Bryan Day and Jay Kreimer: Kreimer and Day construct fleeting metal sculptures that take the brain-bonging potential of tonal percussive instants and marry them to almost Tony Oxley-scale blats, marrying a feel for ritual and ceremony with zippy timbral invention and grinding, erotic, almost-Neubauten scale junk jags. Think N.U. Unruh and Pelt play the songs of the Music Improvisation Company. Excellent.



Out walking.



Back to the crocodiles. This is a big one on the bank in the sun. The river is heavily polluted with sewage which seems to suit them. Where’s his santa suit?


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