Art Decade

Art Decade

Rain Machine (Kyp Malone of TVOTR), Kelli Rudick

Fri, March 8, 2013

8:00 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Rain Machine (Kyp Malone of TVOTR)
Rain Machine (Kyp Malone of TVOTR)
Rain Machine is a startling new musical venture from Kyp Malone, known to many as guitarist-singer for soulful art rockers TV On The Radio. For Rain Machine, Malone takes the roots influences that have always bubbled beneath the surface in TVOR blues, gospel, even African music and brings them to the fore. Performing all the parts himself (with the addition of some soulful female vocals), Malone has fashioned a deeply personal journey through modern life, looking back, as TVOR so often does, on the weight of the history behind us.
Kelli Rudick
Kelli Rudick
Kelli Rudick is an American born composer and instrumentalist. Kelli’s debut album No
One Knows You’re Foreign established her as an innovative guitar player with a compelling approach to her instrument. Her distinctive style is marked by her passionate curiosity and imagination; she plays with original tunings and chords, percussive rhythms and
looped beats. Kelli’s second album, We Would Love Each Other, which was released in
2012, is a departure from her acoustic debut, exploring new territory and mixing genres;
combining orchestration for strings with electronica.
Kelli has scored films including the documentary feature No Gravity, No Pain (Dir. Silvia
Cassalino, 2011), the Sundance selected short film Awol (Dir. Deb Shoval, 2010), A Night
in the Sunlight (Dir. Shawn Telford, 2009) and Absolutely I Do (Dir. Aline Allegra, 2009).
Kelli is passionate about film and continues to work with filmmakers on a number of
Beyond the studio, Kelli has toured the USA four times and played internationally in the
UK and Israel. Her live setup usually includes a full fleet of instruments and players.
Kelli has toured with Kaki King, collaborated with Nick Zammuto of The Books playing on
his album The Way Out, and recently engineered Scott Matthew’s new album Gallantry’s
Favorite Son.
Apart from music, Kelli is interested in Russian absurdist literature, her grandmother’s
Bronx accent, funny dancing, Jameson on the rocks, and dogs.
Venue Information:
Cameo Gallery
93 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11211