Wrekmeister Harmonies played Intuit Gallery (pics), playing the Bohemian National Cemetery this weekend
photos by Zach Pollack
Wrekmeister Harmonies at Intuit on 06.06.2013
On June 6, Chicago’s JR Robinson brought his Wrekmeister Harmonies project back to Intuit Gallery for a performance as part of their The Other Room series. Robinson was joined by all the usual suspects – Bruce Lamont on vocals, Mark Solotroff on keys, and others. A fairly carefree video of a woman galavanting through open fields and parking lots screened behind the band, as JR and co. coaxed a twisted composition out of a sample of a different woman talking about murder. Juxtaposition at its finest. We’ve got a set of pictures from the 6/6 show in this post.
As discussed, Wrekmeister Harmonies will be celebrating the release of You’ve Always Meant So Much to Me (out now via Thrill Jockey) with a performance at the Bohemian National Cemetery this Saturday (6/22). The show will be opened by Acteurs and The Numero Group’s Rob Sevier (DJ set), and advance tickets are still available.
More pictures from their 6/6 show at Intuit and a teaser for the Bohemian Nat. show are below…