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"Playing House: This Home Theater Festival Looks Cool"

The idea started as a call to action in San Fransisco: Stop fronting the money for a traditional theater space and instead use your house, open it to the public and have the performance art equivalent to a garage band gig. It was wildly successful. Roadside theaters sprung up around the city and the same way that pedestrians would stop for a yard sale, they halted, turned and watched art. This idea grew and morphed into the International Home Theater Festival; now there are 72 performances scheduled in 12 cities and five countries.

Local musician/performer/organizer Lily Taylor is giving Texas a pin on the global IHTF map by hosting this evening's Denton installation. Running from 9 (sharp) until 11 p.m., the LT Box Theater (also known as the Jackrabbit, also known as a house on Moncayo Drive) is not only opening its garage, but also its interior doors for a highly interactive experience that moves from room to room. Local composer Martin Back is leading a music-making session; it's meant to by hyper-inclusive, so don't sweat it if you lack instument know-how -- just hop in there. Also on the bill are "parlor performances" by Johnathan Jackson and Andrew Miller, Lily Taylor and Darcy Neal, Martin Back, and the group How I Quit Crack, as well as a video installation by Sean Miller.

Arrive between 8:30 and 9 p.m.; Look for the lights on Moncayo Drive or email lily.taylor.music@gmail.com for an exact address. There's a suggested donation of 1 to 5 bucks at the door, so tip your hostess. - Dallas Observer Blog


Ulna is a new duo featuring musicians Darcy Neal and Lily Taylor. Though Taylor says the band is still in a “gestation period,” she describes the music so far as “Very ambient, textured, dreamy.”

- D Magazine Blog

"Tonight's Must-Do Event: Nevada Hill Presents Portuguese Comic Book Futuro Primitivo at Rubber Gloves"

"Joining the celebration of devastation, as told through squiggles and sketches, will be local bands Dust Congress, Ulna and Cerulean Gaillo -- all of whom were hand-plucked by Hill for their ability to tonally reflect the publication's End Of Days aesthetic. " - Dallas Observer Blog


Untitled II available on http://ulnae.bandcamp.com

Special edition of Untitled III available on CD 09/15/12 at green house, Austin, TX

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Epic experimental soundscapes of Noise made by classical instrumentation, home made electronics, looping pedals, vocals, and effects. Ulnae performs in Austin and Dallas, though based in Denton, TX and was recently featured in the 35Denton Music Festival 2013. The project formed out of a desire to integrate interests and genres- of all kinds. Costumes, projections, rituals, unexpected gadgets, and acoustic instrumentation add to the performance; you never know what to expect, so come prepared with earplugs.