Win Tickets ($30): The Old Church Moon Series Presents Super Buck Moon Sound Bath w/Moss Wand & Amulets | Healing Series
We are giving away a pair of tickets to Super Buck Moon Sound Bath w/Moss Wand & Amulets @ The Old Church Concert Hall on July 13. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed July 11.
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Super Buck Moon Sound Bath w/Moss Wand & Amulets
July 13, 2022
7PM Doors, 8-10PM Show | $15-$18 | All Ages
More info: events.humanitix.com
The Old Church Concert Hall
1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97201
Back by popular demand, TOC welcomes back the amazing Amulets, and the talent of sound healer duo Moss Wand. The first show they did in February was shockingly amazing and we can’t wait to experience it again. Don’t miss it!
The Old Church is proud to introduce a new series that celebrates intentional healing through sound, ritual, poetry and creative visuals. Each concert in the series is carefully booked to coincide with either the Full or New Moon. The series is a collaboration between musicians / sound healers and other thoughtful artists with the intention of weaving together a magical and memorable experience within the sacred timber of TOC. It is a time to slow down, to soak in the lush sounds, and to open our hearts to the answers that lie within. We love you!
As Moss Wand, Troy Micheau and Brianna Sas explore the intersection of sound and healing with cascades of synthesizer drones and resonant crystal singing bowls. Together they generate deep healing vibrations to provide all beings with a place to rest and come home to themselves.
Amulets is the solo project of Portland-based audio + visual artist Randall Taylor. Amulets employs handmade cassette tape loops and live processed guitar loops to create live, lush soundscapes and immersive drones. Through the recontextualisation of cassettes, sampling, field recording, and looping, these long-form compositions blur the genres of ambient, drone, noise, and electronic music.
We are pleased to welcome local poet Tai Woodville to share some words and set the tone for this sound bath.