Nineties to Noughties

This year marks 25 years since I started recording as Arthur Loves Plastic in a Wheaton, MD basement just down the street from the legendary Chuck Levin’s Washington Music Center. To mark the occasion I have released a retrospective of early work. I typically use Reaper as a DAW but Abelton Live Lite was the perfect fit for this project. Click here to listen to the remix medleys.


Saturday night in (Homer) New York! Thanks to Thomas Bruce for recording the audio from my set and Joe Wall for the fun road trip. This year’s event was incredible.

Next Gig

This Electronic Music/Experimental Music/Electro-Acoustic Music event, herein known as the Baltimore Electronic Music 2018 Summerfest Concert Two, is being sponsored by the Baltimore SDIY Group & Friends. Please come out & join us for a really fantastic night of knob twisting, pitch bending, wiring mazes, sound shaping & visual explosions that will coincide with an absolutely awesome musical voyage into another galaxy of sound alterations.

Location: Electric Maid ( & 268 Carroll Street NW Washington, DC 20012 (202-545-3980), directly across from the Takoma Park Metro (subway) Station –

Event Dates & Times: July 21st 2018 (Saturday) 7:30pm to 11:00pm. Doors open anytime from 1/2-hour to 1 hour before the show starts.

Event’s Entrance Fee: $10.00 per person – this is an all ages show.

Current Lineup of Performing Artists as of 04/22/2018:

1. 7:30 – 8:00pm Stefan Prosky

2. 8:15 – 8:45pm Chaka Benson

3. 9:00 – 9:30pm Bev Stanton “Arthur Loves Plastic”

4. 9:45 – 10:15pm John Saint John “Winston Psmith Project”

5. 10:30 – 11:00pm Hovercraft

(photo by Logan Mitchell Sr)

The Charm City Kitty Club

Fifteen Years of Queer

OCTOBER 13 and 14

Two nights only! Doors and cocktails at 7pm, show at 8pm.
Tickets are $15 ($10 for students).

Join Baltimore’s premiere queer cabaret as we flounce down memory lane for our 15th anniversary show! We scoured our archives for the greatest hits, and are thrilled to be bringing back key artists from our formative years, including award-winning DC DJ Arthur Loves Plastic (DykesCapades, ’04) with mischievous electronic music, author and poet Tula Mae (Dyke School Musical, ’09) with erotic performance poetry, Emmy-nominated musician ellen cherry (Frisky Business, ’09) with songs & stories & portraits, as well as Oceanauts, a collaborative video poem by founding Kitty Club members Kristen Anchor and Megan McShea, and in keeping with tradition, there will be a newcomer, stand-up comedy by Rose Vineshank.


Northeastern Electro-Music Festival

I just returned from the Woodstock of electronic music! A phenomenal experience complete with a modular synth petting zoo and creativity workshops. Here is audio from my gig:

Special thanks to Joe Wall who gave me a ride and was the coolest roomie ever!! I could not have done it without him!!

Freedom Feels

You know that feeling when you see something amazing and you have no one to share it with and you feel kind of sad? Yeah, happens to me maybe once every few years.