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Jerusalem in my Heart, Scattered Clouds
8:00 PM on Wednesday Sep. 27th, 2017
General Assembly
Price: $10 advance Contact for subsidized tickets
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Jerusalem in my Heart (Constellation Records) is Radwan Ghazi Moumneh, alongside fellow Montreal artist Charles-André Coderre.
Known for his production and engineering work with artists as diverse as Matana Roberts (all three chapters of herCoin Coinrecordings to date), Mashrou’ Leila, Ought, Eric Chenaux (with whom he also released a collaborative album for the Grapefruit Records Club) and Suuns (with whom he also released a collaborative album on Secretly Canadian in spring 2015), Moumneh has been firing on all cylinders over the past few years. He has brought JIMH to mesmerized live audiences in Canada, Europe and the Middle East since the release of his first album in 2013, following many years during which the project was a strictly Montréal-based live/theatrical happening. While JIMH continues to expand to include a larger cast of players for select engagements and commissions, the group is currently an immersive and performative audio-visual duo at its core, with Moumneh responsible for all sound/composition and Coderre creating 16mm visuals and live projections/installations.

Scattered Clouds' sound is dark, experiential and post apocalyptic. It layers artificial enstasy with bouts of unsteady euphoria and romanticism. Brooding rhythms and precise noise from this Hull, QC outfit underline film noir imagery and auto-fictional narratives.

all ages
physically accessible entrance and bathroom
gender neutral bathroom for more info about accessing the space

Attendees are expected to act with respect for equity and inclusiveness, including but not limited to a zero tolerance for racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and ableism.

We humbly acknowledge that this event takes place on unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin land.