Noisy experimentalists collaborate and improvise with Columbus musicians for two nights

Last year, Nate Young and John Olson of experimental noise act Wolf Eyes were looking to push themselves artistically by performing with new people in new ways. Instead of the regular touring cycle, the band held multi-day residences in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City, and this year Young and Olson are expanding to more cities, including Columbus.

The Wolf Eyes Residency comes to Cafe Bourbon St. on Friday, April 27, for collaborative, improvised sets with Fatal Gaze, Jen Powers and Matthew J. Rolin & Band, Unholy Two and Melted Man. No Place Gallery will host the second night of the residency on Saturday, April 28, as Wolf Eyes joins up with Mike Shiflet, Lisa Miralia (Cleveland), DANA and Voice Cross.

The residency will also be recorded for future release on Wolf Eyes' label, Lower Floor Music. (Don't miss it)