SOMEDAY WE’LL BE TOGETHER
Sweet Apache violin, heartbreaking nostalgia wrapped in slices of reverberated fleeting thoughts of the extraterrestrial, bares the light and multi-dimensionality of Brooklyn-based artist/composer Laura Ortman. Haunting and enigmatic, a soundtrack to your inner thoughts, Dust Dive Flash breathes innocent rays into complex dark worlds.
CD release (and Cassette Tape release parties) around the Nation, this holiday season! See EVENTS page for the DEC. 27th show with JEFF JOHNSTON (soundtrack for Sterlin Harjo’s FOUR SHEETS TO THE WIND) in Tulsa, OK.
THE DUST DIVE FLASH is LAURA ORTMAN of NYC’s Family Dynamics (formerly Stars Like Fleas), Silver Summit and the Dust Dive. She has performed with notable artists such as Martha Colburn, John Zorn and Samantha Crain. In 2008, Laura founded the first all-Native orchestra, The Coast Orchestra and performed to a sold-out audience at the American Museum of Natural History in NY and at the National Gallery of Art in DC. Her solo work is often soft and hynoptic, drawing landscapes and portraits with violin, electric guitar, piano, Apache violin, megaphone and pine tree branches. Her second solo album “Someday We’ll Be Together” was recorded by Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, White Zombies, Herbie Hancock) in Brooklyn and is available at THEDUSTDIVEFLASH.BANDCAMP.COM and iTUNES. Visit her Myspace page HERE.