Robert Bush noon, Feb. 7
Sound description: Experimental electronica.
RIYL: Frank Zappa, John Zorn Marcelo Radulovich, Hans Fiellestad, Marcos Fernandes, Donkey
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Inception: San Diego, 2000
Current Status: Playing and recording.
Influences: The Residents, John Zorn, Frank Zappa, Lisle Ellis, Donkey, Cosmologic, Gunther's Grass, Marcelo Radulovich, Hans Fiellestad, Marcos Fernandes, Bill Horist, Peter Brotzmann, Cross Border Trio, 2 Foot Yard, the Assholes, Thomas Dimuzio, Nathan Hubbard, Wormhole, the Nortec Collective, George Lewis, Le Quan Ninh, Mike Keneally, Ernesto Diaz-Infante, Rent Romus, Eric Glick Rieman, Michael Dessen, David Gould, Panoptica, Fussible, the Nortec Sound
Morgan Sully is an electro-acoustic composer, performer, and DJ. After studying electronic music history at the University of California Santa Cruz, Morgan moved to San Diego, where he co-founded the local node of Share, a global network of sound/video artists dedicated to the free and open exchange of ideas around new media and it's performance. Share nurtures these exchanges through participant-centered open jams, which are combination workshops, performances, and skill shares.
When not coordinating and directing the San Diego node of Share, Sully can be found culture jamming with at-risk youth in the juvenile court system. He holds a self-designed BA degree in Critical Inquiries in New Media Technology and considers the mixer his first real instrument.