- September 15, 2018
- 7:45 pm
Melissa Tuckey will be doing readings during Saturday of the Basilica SoundScape Event. The event is being called the “antifestival” because of its unique mix of visual arts, literature and music. The three-day fest, hosted by Basilica Hudson, features an eclectic sampling of musicians and performers, which begins Friday with Japanese singer-songwriter Miho Hatori.
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“Basilica SoundScape, a carefully curated weekend that’s been called “the antifestival” for offering of a thoughtful mix of music, visual art, and literature, is presented by The Creative Independent’s Brandon Stosuy and Basilica Hudson co-founders Melissa Auf der Maur and Tony Stone with additional creative direction from long-time visual and design director of SoundScape, and former Pitchfork Creative Director Mike Renaud – now head of Chicago-based integrated creative studio Varyer, who are formally joining the team as co-presenters of the event. SoundScape 2018 will also feature the talents of two guest collaborators, author Jenn Pelly (Pitchfork, 33 ⅓: The Raincoats) and head of Sacred Bones Records Caleb Braaten.”