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Selectors' Presents: HOM / Angus Tarnawsly

Please join us for a thrilling evening of live electronics by Hom (Oakland) and Angus Tarnawsly (NYC), plus us as House Sound DJs. And take note: HON will be performing with violinists Lache Cercel and Costi Parvulescu. If you go out for the SSC event (RSVP here:, you'll get a whole new experience here in the shop. For maximum good times, we recommend both events.


HOM is the occult techno project of Oakland, CA artist Ashley P. Svn. Svn is one half of the esoteric beat project Thee Source ov Fawnation, practices ritual noise music as Paints ov Anima, and was the core member of Paintings for Animals.

Svn also founded and curated the Seattle Occultural Music Festival, organized for Dark Disko (Olympia) and Katabatik (Oakland), and currently throws all-night underground techno parties as A$X. She has also started numerous labels including Painted Records, Psydust (with Thee Source bandmate Bryxan Amsterdam), and Gay Cop Records.

Angus Tarnawsky

Tarnawsky is an Australian musician based in Brooklyn, New York. He was awarded a Bachelor of Music Performance (Honours) from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2009. That same year, he received the Dr. Phillip Law Music Scholarship and Foote Trust Travelling Scholarship from the University of Melbourne for his research into hybrid instrument design which facilitated a relocation from Melbourne to NYC in 2010. At this time, he joined the motorik influenced rock band, Apache Beat.

He currently performs and produces material with his group Flowers of Evil alongside producing solo electronic works under his own name. In 2014, his debut EP was released by the Berlin-based record label Inner Surface Music. Recently completed work includes the long distance project “Artifacts" with pianist Nathan Liow for the Melbourne Next Wave Festival and "Surface To Air" with Ukrainian/Australian artist, Stanislava Pinchuk. Other frequent collaborators include drummer Brian Chase, saxophonist Sam Hillmer and pianist Richard Bennett.

In addition to his performance work, he curates the experimental record label In Context Music.