One of Seattle’s most important curators of experimental music as head of the Wayward Music Series, Steve Peters is also an accomplished musician of more than four decades. During the ’70s and ’80s, he was a key figure in the city’s underground electronic and rock scenes, collaborating with adventurous artists such as Marc Barreca and Steve Fisk, among others. In 2016, Peters released Canções Profundas (Deep Songs), a 55-minute suite of evocative field recordings, sonorous drones, forlorn chamber-jazz ambience, and melodies inspired, Peters says, “by Azorean musical traditions.” (It traces his Portuguese ancestors’ travels from the Azores Islands to California.) He’ll have some of Seattle’s most deft avant-gardists—including Beth Fleenor, Lesli Dalaba, and Paul Kikuchi—helping him realize this personal work at the city’s most acoustically pristine venue.
by Dave Segal
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