June 1, 2016 — 8pm (over by 10)
$5-15, sliding scale
Turn! Turn! Turn!
8 NE Killingsworth

Conformity Contortion (Thollem Electric on keyboards, and Sara Lund on drums), create a monolithic, rollicking and forceful sound – the sum of Thollem’s coiling, fluid lines and Sara’s thunderous backbeats. The duo has been working/playing together for several years now, always exploring new terrains between the seemingly endless array of possibilities their instruments and their experiences provide.
Sara Lund has been providing beats and exploring rhythm since age 11. She is best known for her work as the drummer for Unwound (1992-2002). Sara’s recent projects include Hungry Ghost, and The Corin Tucker Band, as well as both 77Boadrum & 88Boadrum orchestras with the Boredoms (and 76 & 87 other drummers).


Lee Elderton is a classically trained saxophonist, jazz performer and avid improvisationalist. Originally from Southern California, Elderton has performed with the Pacific Crest Wind Symphony, Millennium Concert Band, the Pete Petersen Big Band, Pete Petersen’s Pork Pie Septet, Shanghai Woolies, Border Patrol Big Band, Solomon Douglas Swingtet, Kansas City Rhythm Kings, Lily Wilde Orchestra, the Dan Duval Sextet and the PDX Saxophone Quartet. He currently lives, performs and teaches in Portland, OR. (www.leesax.com)