Photos: Sonic Blossom at Cervantes, 10/15/11, Night Two
The second night of Sonic Blossom opened with a lecture from Jamie Janover on tetrahedrons, crop circles, and basic unified field theory discussion. Kraddy headlined the Ballroom while locals Project Aspect, Samples, and Eminence Ensemble closed down the Otherside. Click through to see some images of the night.
Photo by Britt Chester Photo by Britt Chester Jamie Janover opened the evening with a discussion on Unified Field theory, a topic he educates the masses on as often as he can. This night's slides saw crop circles, the explanation of the number 64 as it relates to tetrahedrons, science and, well, life. Photo by Britt Chester Karsh Kale and Jamie Janover getting things going in the Ballroom with some bongos and harpsichord. Photo by Britt Chester This is Deb, as she introduced herself, and she danced for the better part of the entire show in the ballroom. Janover and Karsh Kale opened after the lecture with the dancers. Photo by Britt Chester One highlighted piece of work in the Ballroom. Photo by Britt Chester More performers taking to the gogo boxes to display their skills. Here, a lanky dancer showed off his hula-hooping skills.