Ear Meal

Weekly, live performances by experimental musicians.

Daniel Eaton & Maxwell Gualtieri

Los Angeles-based guitarist/composer/improviser Maxwell Gualtieri is a
mainstay in the local creative music scene, regularly performing his own
original music and the music of others. He is involved with notable bands
and ensembles that include Stupid Man Suit, The Michael Mull Octet, The
Matty Harris Double Septet, Saturn’s Rival, The Anthropic Ensemble and Sophocles Steve, among others. His work includes a variety of multidisciplinary projects, from composing and performing music for film and dance, as well as his more experimental audio/visual work that includes his ensemble Ladies and Gentlemen. Max is constantly refining his pour-over technique and occasionally uses a French press. In addition to his creative work, Maxwell is the Artist Liaison for the pfMENTUMrecord label and is managing director of the Rhodes School of Music. His latest release is a solo album of improvised music for electric guitar on the pfMENTUM label titled, For Los Angeles.

Daniel Eaton (°1977, Minnesota, United States) is a composer and performer whose work finds its home for both fixed media and stage performance. As a composer he has recorded and performed cross multiple genres. His work for film often meets at the threshold of music and sound design, creating an all encompassing sonic space that ultimately serves and strengthens the visual image. Stylistically his work can effortlessly move through multiple genres ranging from traditional arrangements to experimental electro acoustic music. (Film Credits)

Daniel has performed all over the world for theater, concert music, and as a solo artist. He currently performs solo work under the name Daniel Castledine, performs in the trio GRAMPUS, the Mute Records Artist Zola Jesus, and collaborates with many other musicians/composers in both composed and improvised music. For more information visit Danielcastledine.com.

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