May 1, 2013 — 8pm (ends by 10)
$5-15, sliding scale
Revival Drum Shop
1465 NE Prescott Ave

Outset Series:


Abusive Consumer

Rich Halley


Revival Drum Shop 1465 NE Prescott

Wednesday, May 1,  8 pm (ends by 10)

Sliding Scale $5-$15 All ages.


Performer Bios:


Rich Halley

Rich Halley is a saxophonist and composer who has released fifteen critically acclaimed recordings.  He frequently performs with the Rich Halley 4 whose recent CD, “Back From Beyond”, received 4 Stars in DownBeat.  Jazz Times described him as”“A free rider from the Left Coast, tenor saxophonist-composer Rich Halley is a powerful player…In New York he’d be a star on the avant-garde scene; but for now, you have to fly to Portland to hear this tenor titan perform”.   All About Jazz said “No saxophonist out there is playing with more fire, muscle, sheer guts or wild abandon than Halley”.  Rich has played with Tony Malaby, Julius Hemphill, Vinny Golia, Bobby Bradford, Nels Cline, Michael Bisio, Andrew Hill and Oliver Lake.

Abusive Consumer is one of the musical projects of J Morales – painter, musician and sound installation artist. Influenced by the evolution of electronic music – from its early musique concrete days to the present stylistic multiverse – he enjoys modeling the sounds of nature and machinery. An adventurer in chaos through the use of feedback systems, looping, synthesis, and chance operations he has played in numerous groups and ad-hoc ensembles across the western US for the past 20 years his music runs the musical gamut from prog rock, free jazz, noise, ambient, glitch, digital hardcore, minimalism, dub, industrial, drone, techno, microsound and electro- acoustic composition. Currently residing in Portland, OR.