Dolphin Midwives, Wrtch, Yardsss, Institute For Creative Dying.

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Dolphin Midwives
echo jungle chaos magic moon milk ocean murmurating orchid sleeper holy hands/helping hands interface nodes/architecture/lace gravity doesn't exist change the laws of physics levitation shapeshift/shadow energy density clarity prismic sound microtonal vision quest whirling rainbow vortex portal opening reverberating witch sister who plays harp/zither/voice/noise/electronics and everyday objects

wrtch (sea/chi)
Sympathy for the Creator Album Release (Self Group)
"The multifaceted artworks of Ambrosia Bartošekulva are seemingly limitless in their imaginings and mediums. [Their] vast multistory (and multisensory) installations such as #PLANETS, textured mixed-media paintings including salt honey and menstrual blood, or the internal underworlds invoked in aria as wrtch all contain a common thread of innate wisdom and lead us on journeys not out but through. Despite deep DIY roots in Seattle’s underground, Ambrosia has recently moved to Chicago to pursue a BA of Fine Arts focusing on technology, biology, and sculpture at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago as the recipient of a full merit scholarship."

Yardsss (pdx/chi)
"If you read about it before listening, you'd likely mistake it for a liberal arts master's thesis. Where most bands play "shows," Yardsss puts on "performance case studies" and multimedia installations, including a collection of songs inspired by—not covers of!—avant-garde composer John Cage. All this could be completely obnoxious except for one thing: Yardsss is transcendentally, earth-shatteringly gorgeous. If you can make music like that, you get to call your show a case study." - Portland Mercury

The Institute For Creative Dying
Sparse instructional audio for how best to meet death and other such happenings.

$5-10 suggested for artists
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