Join us on Thursday, Dec. 8, as we welcome Beachmaster to the Woody Guthrie Center® stage.
Beachmaster is the elusive noise duo, George Christ and Natty Gray, of the Tulsa, OK-based art, music, and cassette collective, Cult Love. Active since roughly 2014, Beachmaster has dwelled in the world of underground extreme music and experimental art, occasionally materializing for live actions and new audible offerings. Having collaborated and played with the likes of Crustgirls, Wolf Eyes, Raven Chacon, Bullshit Market, Campbell & Gardner, and Flora Morte, Beachmaster was originally a practitioner of textural noise, pseudo-power electronics, digital noisecore, niche remixes and obscure soundtracks. The modern manifestation of Beachmaster is a samplecentric harbinger of oppressive, petrifying soundscapes. Beachmaster crafts original, one-time-only, noise and experimental compositions for every performance, shaping its sonic form to best complement the atmosphere and audience of each live setting. A staple of Tulsa noise and a footnote in the city’s history of experimental art and music.
Students (if purchased at Woody Guthrie Center front desk): $12.00
Doors: 6:30 p.m.
Show: 7 p.m.
Listen to ‘6/14/20’, featured on the Cult Love & Friends Vol. 1 compilation: