October 4, 2013

Friday night live at Transistor: Theron Humiston and Color Army. Sound by Jon Monteverde. 

Theron Humiston is an improvising noise musician and composer from Chicago. He uses his modular synthesizer to explore his fear of aliens. Theron studied composition and improvisation under Stephen Syverud at Northwestern University. Past works include Music for Guitar and Chainsaw, Texas Double Whopper, Antagonism #1: Europop, and several performances and recordings with electroacoustic improv outfit backGammon. Theron also produces the 'Classical & Beyond' and 'This is Hell' radio programs, Saturdays on 89.3 FM WNUR. Listen to his music on Soundcloud.

Also available: a previous Theron Humiston Transistor recording from July 20, 2012.

The Color Army is electronic musician Dan Fanelli, who has been producing electronic music for two years. He recently released his debut album, "the color army: an introduction," blending ambient, downtempo, drum & bass, and experimental elements to produce a beat-conscious and atmospheric body of work. Though Dan has been involved with music since childhood (with experience playing the clarinet and bass guitar, along with many years of choir) The Color Army is his first foray into electronic music. He is currently looking at finding ways to expand his sonic palate by experimenting with new production techniques and equipment.

Visit The Color Army's website. Also find the Color Army on Soundcloud and Bandcamp.

Find more live performance recordings on our archive page.