03/17/2011

Manorexia to perform at concert to benefit Japan Earthquake Relief

JG Thirlwell’s Manorexia will perform at Abrons Art Center in NYC on April 8 2011 in a concert to support recovery efforts in Japan. Organized by John Zorn, 100% of the money from the concert will be going to the Japan Society’s Earthquake Relief Fund. Tickets are on sale here. There will be two sets, with two separate admissions. Manorexia will be playing in the second set, which begins at 9.30pm.

6.30 pm

Thurston Moore
Matthew Shipp
Gyan Riley
Masada String Trio
Ned Rothenberg
Alhambra Trio with Rob Burger
Erik Friedlander
Lizzy Wright & Aya Nishina
Miya Masaoka
Jamie Saft And New Zion Trio
Ikue Mori & John Zorn
Elliott Sharp
Mark Feldman & Sylvie Courvoisier
Milford Graves
Jack Quartert

9.30 pm

Norah Jones
Jesse Harris
Vinicius Cantuaria
Buke and Gass
JG Thirlwell’s Manorexia
Elysian Fields
Sex Mob




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  • JG Thirlwell is a composer, producer, recording artist and performer based in Brooklyn NY. With a extensive body of work that spans more than 25 years, Thirlwell has performed under such aliases as Foetus (all incarnations), Steroid Maximus, Manorexia, Xordox, Baby Zizanie, Wiseblood, DJ OTEFSU, Garage Monsters, Flesh Volcano, Immaculate Consumptive, Clint Ruin and more. In addition, Thirlwell has produced, mixed and/or performed on vast quantities of recordings including many of the releases on Lydia Lunch's Widowspeak label and artists as diverse as The The, Pantera, Nine Inch Nails, White Zombie, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Coil, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Arto Lindsay, Marc Almond, Swans and countless others. Today, Thirlwell continues to release new records and currently serves as the soundtrack composer for The Venture Brothers on Cartoon Network and Archer on FX.
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