Three Musicians Explore Sonic Limits at the BOP STOP

Wed 1/29 @ 8PM

Cleveland’s Night Terrors features the adventurous musical duo of electric guitarist Tim Mirth and percussionist Paul Stranahan, who say their project is “a template of soundscapes and movements to take one through some kind of hazy, often scary, dream.”

Both musicians have played in a variety of projects and genres, which they bring to bear on the experimental approach taken by Night Terrors with its open-ended compositions that leave space for improvisation. Mirth uses extensive guitar effects, while Stranahan is known for expanding his drum kit with gongs and Tibetan singing bowls.

At their upcoming BOP STOP show, Mirth and Stranahan will play a set together before bringing on a frequent collaborator of theirs, guitarist Chris Bober, for the second set for “all new improvised adventures.”

Admission is $7.


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