A NIGHT OF CLUTTER/BRETT ZWEIMAN AND OTHERS IS AN OPEN EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC AND ART JAM SESSION / SEPTEMBER 18, 2014
Clutter has been winging it since its first shivery inception several years ago. Always at least two, sometimes twelve musicians because theres always a resonance to be liberated from a bashed metal platter or some thunk which needs to be thunked. Whatever plans might be made prior to Clutter kicking it do not, as a rule survive the kicking, but rules dont apply to Clutter. Anything goes and anyone can come. When we introduce the band on stage it is sometimes to each other, but it always seems to work out.
Clutter is meant mostly as a verb or a vibe. Every musician and some electronics of a variety of vintages and the instruments and the listeners determine what it sounds like at any given clutter.
Clutter is the sound of giving it away. It is the sound of people enjoying playing to the music other people are playing while enjoying listening to the music the first person was playing, and everyone who plays and listens is the first person. From each according to their abilities to each according to their needs.
Clutter is evidence that people can really cooperate at least for a few hours at a time. An anarchist anthem that can convince you for six verses and three choruses that humanity works.