Our first physical release has landed! TEP ZEPI, a lathe-cut 7" housed in a handbound fold-up pyramid case, produced by Hair and Space Museum in an edition of 10 for LxWxH Gallery, 2014. More info here.
Hair and Space Museum is the duo of Emily Pothast and David Golightly, who are also the co-founders of the band Midday Veil and the record label Translinguistic Other. HaSM projects are multimedia meditations on the generative, cosmic properties of sound.
Past installations and performances have included Northwest Passage, an audiovisual installation at Bumbershoot 2012, A Double Rainbow in Curved Air, a 12-hour overnight improvisation at Seattle University's Hedreen Gallery and Drone Chamber at NEPO House, a temporary transformation of a child's bedroom into a pocket cathedral of primordial vibrations.
Hair and Space Museum looked like benevolent cult leaders in their all-white attire.... At Cairo, HASM dropped a subatomic balm on the crowd. Golightly coaxed swarming cascades of Moog Voyager and Roland Juno-60 tones that seemed cruelly cramped by Cairo's tight dimensions. You could feel them vibrating around the ceiling, itching to frolic in remotest space. Pothast summoned deeeeep emotions and loosed them via her expressive repertoire of deliveries (earth goddess, soul healer, demonic diva)...