16th annual Domino Toppling Extravaganza returns to Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) on Sunday, October 8, at 5:30 p.m.
TENGGER means ‘unlimited expanse of sky’ in Mongolian. They are are a traveling pan-Asian musical family who create psychedelic New-Age drone magic through the use of Indian harmonium, voice, synths, and electronics. Their 11 year old son RAAI accompanies with voice, synth, toy instruments and dance.
TENGGER return with their self-titled 13th album to be released by We Are Busy Bodies on September 29th! The album represents an opportunity for the globetrotting family to explore their origins while accepting the mood of the world, using the motion of wind and waves and the spiritual concept of sky as mirror to the Earth as inspiration.
Opening Support by Jesse Beaman
Austin, Texas based experimental musician, composer, artist and record label owner Jesse Beaman has more than a decade of performing under his belt starting at an early age of 20 years old, Jesse toured across 25 countries in Europe, Latin America, Australia and North America. He has shared the stage with acts such as Kazu Makino of Blonde Redhead, CocoRosie, This Will Destroy You, Julianna Barwick, White Denim, Efterklang and Silver Mt. Zion.
In 2021 Jesse released his brilliant album ‘MIRA’, produced by Brandon Curtis of Interpol / The Secret Machines. In 2022 he toured Europe, Mexico and the US while releasing singles off his 2022 Mixtape. Best known for his project My Empty Phantom, Jesse now performs under no moniker while recording and taking the stage with a more minimal approach that explores classical piano, ambient electronics and percussion.