Issue 2 Launch at 255 E 2nd Ave. Vancouver
featuring Aileen Bryant, Nick Howe, and Hannah Acton
Pythagoras Records is pleased to announce the launch of 'Spring Improvisation', the first single from Aileen Bryant on 7” vinyl flexi-disc, accompanied by a folio of pastel artworks by
Nick Howe and writing by Hannah Acton.
This is the second release from Pythagoras in this format, which was developed
to foster collaborative relationships between disciplines.
Featuring a record listening station and live performances by:
Aileen Bryant & Aiden Ayers
Installation and staging by Nick Howe & Aileen Bryant
Copies of the publication and refreshments for sale
255 e. 2nd ave, Vancouver
A nice note and some photos of our launch from Kaitlen Louise at Vandocument.
"All that I imaged would be deemed unacceptable gallery behaviour during regular visitor hours became a reality."
That's how we do.
Our first release got some play and a shout out from Gareth Moses on his excellent CiTR show More Than Human. Skip to 33:00 for the track and explanation.
"Stephen Wood is a Vancouver-based musician who spent a good portion of this new century, as well as the end of the last, leading a band called the Battles, which he later renamed Giantess (for more on the Battles/Giantess – grab a comfy seat and read this). Wood also served as a sideman, playing guitar in the classic, pre-Merge Destroyer lineup that gave the world City of Daughters, Thief and Streethawk: A Seduction. His latest project, which serves as the jumping off point for this interview, is an instrumental duo called Kensington Gore (named after the famed recipe for fake blood used in classic Hammer horror movies). The eponymous debut Kensington Gore album came out in 2014 on digital and vinyl and is ace."