Drummer Sean Meehan began performing in the late 1980s at the Amica Bunker series for improvised music, located at the Anarchist’s Switchboard and later ABC No Rio in New York City. His work has been presented at some of the most prestigious venues for new music including the Instal Festival (Glasgow), The Whitney Museum's Biennial (New York), Lincoln Center (New York), and Goethe-Institut (Hanoi), but he primarily performs at small, informal spaces and artist-run festivals. For nearly twenty years he and Tamio Shiraishi presented their summer concert series, always in different playful and devious locations throughout New York City. Three of these concerts have been documented on LP on the Fusetron and GD Stereo labels. Meehan's most recent project was a highly abridged audio book of Hermann von Helmholtz’s seminal text from 1863, On the Sensations of Tone.