Immigrant Breast Nest presents THE ENTERTAINMENT Compilation and Release Party

20 11 2014



Immigrant Breast Nest is 5 years old this year. We are celebrating by doing what we do best: presenting you with wrecked sounds. This will include a 20-track compilation featuring the finest artists in broken music and a release party on December 6 in Brooklyn, NY. We’ll bring you more info on the compilation shortly, including a couple of teaser tracks, but for now, we want you to know about the release party. To celebrate our 5th year and 50th release, we have both veteran and new Immigrant Breast Nest artists lined up to perform live electronic feats for you at Coco66. Coco66 is where Immigrant Breast Nest was launched, and we’re back up on that mammoth sound system to help expand your sonic landscape. Be there and celebrate with us.

Immigrant Breast Nest presents THE ENTERTAINMENT Release Party and 5-year Anniversary

Mysterious House
Speak Onion
Peter Seligman
Decrepit Jaw
David Morneau

66 Greenpoint Avenue
Saturday, December 6, 2014 10PM – 4AM



David Morneau and Speak Onion Music in November Circuit Bridges Concert

13 11 2014

This month’s Circuit Bridges concert features new music from David Morneau, and a new music video from bruzed and Speak Onion, plus material from other new and exciting composers. Come check it out on Thursday, November 20, 2014.
Gallery MC 549 West 52nd Street New York, NY 10019  (ride freight elevator to 8th floor)

Thursday, November 20, 2014, 7:30PM

$15 / $7 (students)

Dan Abatemarco (Speak Onion) with video by Bruce Drummond (bruzed)
Douglas DaSilva
Pierre Jodlowski (perf Shiau-uen Ding)
Leigh Landy
Cort Lippe (performed by Chris Howard)
David Morneau
Margaret Schedel
Kristen Starkey

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)


New EP from lilienfeld out now!

6 11 2014

Acid strips the flesh from a skeleton but something still breathes through the bones. “Depletion,” then, “Composition.” A boombox pumping at the intersection of Squelch and Noise attracts a mob. That’s us, drawn in by the sounds on lilienfeld’s first Immigrant Breast Nest EP.


Speak Onion remix on new Bruzed EP

31 10 2014

Bruzed, longtime collaborator with our own Speak Onion on visuals, has released a new EP, Animus Apparatus. It’s in the industrial rock/metal vein a la 90s Gary Numan, NIN, etc. and it’s extremely well written and produced. The EP features a remix from Speak Onion, getting hyper edited on all the guitars, vox, and beats. Not to be missed.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

Speak Onion teams up with redHat for THIRD RAIL / TERRITORIAL DISPUTE!

22 10 2014

redHat and Speak Onion are two of the U.S. east coast’s pillars of hard electronic music, and they’ve teamed up here to create two pieces of breakcore-based industrial mania. “Third Rail” contains trace elements of both redHat and Speak Onion’s respective styles, but finds a previously uncharted place where mutated bass is the basis of all existence and breakbeats are unmercifully chopped, crushed, and reconstituted. With “Territorial Dispute” the pair push further out into dark space, grappling with divergent anomalies until a polystylistic embryo splits and spatters its juice over the void.

-Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

Speak Onion live at EMF6 Sunday, Sept. 28 at Silent Barn in Brooklyn

22 09 2014


Pas Musique and Alrealon Musique will bring you 5 days of audio/video experimentation.,

Sunday Night’s program at Silent  Barn includes Speak Onion at 10PM.

Sunday, September, 28th at Silent Barn
Curated by Phillipe Gerber (JOHN 3:16, Heat From a Dead Star)

1) Tribes of Medusa 8:00-8:30

2) Black Saturn 8:45-9:15

3) Big Plastic Finger 9:30-10:00

4) Speak Onion 10:15-10:45

5) Din Machine 11:00-11:30

6) Alap Momin 11:45-12:15

7) mNIPK 12:45-1:15


Silent Barn
603 Bushwick Avenue
NY, 11206


Blipvert, Mysterious House, and Peter Seligman – edgePinkyoutub

22 09 2014

This record is probably going to make a lot of people quit music.

Before, when I felt afraid, I would look up “My cousins birthday” on YouTube to see how normal people felt and behaved. Now I listen to this album.

When I travel through time, I unrepentantly alter the timeline to make people louder.

If I could have fun, I would play this record while having fun.

A voice only I can hear, localized in my skull behind my right ear says: “You are still alive.”

This is art historical music.

-Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

SAVE THE DATE: enn{kdog at PUFFERSS Festival 9/20/14

13 08 2014

enn{kdog at PUFFERSS

enn{kdog at PUFFERSS

You can see and hear enn{kdog perform live Saturday, September 20 in the parking lot of 230 Oak St. – Olneyville, Providence RI.

enn{kdog: alive. Enjoy this recording of their set from February. It does the move. It finalizes the draft ten thousand times:

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)

Ñaka Ñaka, Mysterious House, Peter Seligman, Andy Borsz, Dimensions at Muchmore’s in Brooklyn July 29

2 07 2014



Peter Seligman and Mysterious House appear with other experimental luminaries at this show, Tuesday, July 29, 2014 in Brooklyn at Muchmore’s.

Tuesday 29 July 2014

2 Havemeyer St., Brooklyn, NY 11211


Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)




enn{kdog and Speak Onion at Circuit Bridges

20 06 2014


Latest in the Circuit Bridges series curated by David Morneau includes live performances from Speak Onion and enn{kdog.

Circuit Bridges no.5: From Sitting to Standing

From Sitting to Standing will present music in both a traditional concert hall setting (where the audience is seated) and in a underground music club setting (where the audience is standing). The audience will move between different rooms in the gallery at specific points in the show to transition between the concert hall and music club settings.

This concert will feature performances by two artists from Immigrant Breast Nest: Speak Onion and enn{kdog (James Mercer and Peter Seligman)

Featuring music by:
Alessandro Perini
Francesco Maggio
Keith Patchel
Mitchell Herrmann
Jerod Sommerfeldt
Juan Carlos Vasquez
Gilad Cohen

dance by:
Julie Fotheringham

Come at 7:30 for a pre-show listening party featuring I.B.N. tracks curated by David B. Applegate.

Follow signs for Gallery MC to find the freight elevator and ride up to hear the music.

Admission $10