Bandō Tamasaburō V (五代目 坂東 玉三郎 Godaime Bandō Tamasaburō?) (b. 1950) is a Kabuki actor, and the most popular and celebrated onnagata (an actor specializing in female roles) currently on stage. He has also acted in a handful of films.
Anima Anonima light up the stage as a trio, ideally, or when their drummer isn’t available, they go it as a duo. What results is a barrage of creeping sonic exploration, mixing an array of effects, noisemakers, live vocals, delay, samples and live drumming with drop beats and jungle tangled together, to form cinematic rock-disco soundscapes that might find you dancing or zoning off, perhaps simultaneously. Embedded in the neighborhood of South Williamsburg for years, they can mix anything into a noisy beat and bounce it out to a crowd live, electronica with real multi-instrumentalists at the helm. Here’s what Heidi and Gus had to say about Hope St. in Brooklyn, MIDI machines, electroclash, sleeping with spiders, and possibly-poisonous Catholic convents…
Can you talk about the beginnings of Anima Anonima?
Date: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 Time: 8:30pm Venue:The Roulette (20 Greene St, NY) Ticket: $15 Genre: Jazz
Darius Jones Trio Adam Lane: Bass Jason Nazary: Drums Darius Jones: Alto Sax and Composition
Darius Jones is a Brooklyn-based alto saxophonist, composer, and producer. He joined the New York music community in 2005 after living and studying in Richmond, Va. Jones graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelors in Jazz Studies in 2003 and received a Master’s Degree in Jazz Performance/Composition from New York University in 2008. He received an Advanced Certificate in New Music Education at…(more)