FIRE OVER HEAVEN is a new monthly music series at Outpost Artists Resources, curated by Greg Fox.

Doors open at 8:30, music starts at 9:30. All proceeds go to the musicians.


Andrew Bernstein
Andrew Bernstein is a Baltimore based saxophonist, composer and artist who works with physical objects and code to realize complex systems from simple materials. He plays with the avant-rock quartet Horse Lords and has played with the groups Teeth Mountain, Matmos, and the Dan Deacon Ensemble. He has released music on NNA Tapes, Hausu Mountain, and has forthcoming recordings on Ehse Records and Northern Spy Records. He has exhibited works of sound art at Goucher College (Towson, MD) and Current Gallery (Baltimore, MD), and since 2010 has been a co-organizer of the High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music.

Matt Nelson

Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Matt has been playing the saxophone since his days at El Carmelo Elementary School. He attended Oberlin College and Consuuhhvatry to study with Gary Bartz and Paul Cohen, among others. After graduating he moved back to the Bay Area and became an active member of the experimental/jazz/noise scene in Oakland and San Francisco. It was in the Bay Area that he began playing with tUnE-yArDs. After recording on the acclaimed album WHOKILL, he spent a large portion of 2010-2012 on tour with the band. In 2010 Matt began to split his time between the Bay Area and Brooklyn, where he now resides full-time. Since relocating to New York he’s begun playing regular solo shows, as well as in the band Battle Trance. He can also be heard playing with Brooklyn-based bands Skeletons, Zongo Junction, and Timosaurus.

Lea Bertucci

Lea Bertucci is an American sound artist, composer and performer whose work bridges multichannel activations of acoustic space with composition, improvisation and performance. As an instrumentalist, she focuses on an electro-acoustic preparation of the Bass Clarinet that incorporates acoustic feedback as an extension of the instrument. In recent years, her projects have expanded to site-specific improvisation, compositions for electronics and instruments, multichannel sound installations and tape collage.