Seattle experimental composer/keyboardist/visual artist Garek Druss (A Story of Rats, Dull Knife, Saint Genet) performs today at the outdoor Sylvan Grove Theater at 7 pm. His set will be an extrapolation of the auditory tours—known as Summer Field Studies—that he recorded to be heard while perusing artworks on University of Washington's campus, from Henry Art Gallery to the Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering.

You can get an idea of of the sort of hauntological drones and chilling atmospheres Druss has in store for tonight here. More info about the event can be found here.

For another facet of Druss' music, check out an excerpt of the performance by his very sporadic side project, Stenskogen (with Midday Veil's David Golightly and Ecstatic Cosmic Union's Aubrey Nehring), who played a certain Stranger writer's birthday party at the old Comet Tavern a couple years ago.