Wednesday, 23 March 2016
I’m very happy to present an evening of improvised music on Friday, 1st April at Andreas Schneider’s inaugural Superbooth in Berlin’s historic Funkhaus.
Basic Electricity stalwart, Wolfgang Seidel and I will be joined by Hilary Jeffery on trombone for a clangorous electro-acoustic trio. Hainbach combines recordings and melodic modular electronics and is accompanied by Orca’s hand drawn and animated visuals. And Frank Bretschneider presents his new project Sinn + Form, featuring recordings of vintage Buchla & Serge systems at EMS, Stockholm.
Follow the links in the artist’s names for more information and media. Click this link for a list of evening events.
We’ll play in the wonderful Saal 2, the so-called ‘small’ recording hall!
Click here for more pictures and information about the Funkhaus.
Here’s a taster of some patches I'm preparing for the concert:
Look forward to seeing you at Superbooth!
The latest issue of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community’s online journal is called “Analogue and Modular Synthesis: Resurgence and Evolution”. It’s about the renewed interest in modulars and how we use them live and in composition. The magazine features 20 articles on the basics, practicalities and philosophies surrounding these instruments by authors including Rob Hordijk, Peter Blasser and myself.
You can find it here: http://econtact.ca/17_4/
Many thanks to Richard Scott, jef chippewa and colleagues for their hard work in making this happen.
Enjoy the read and let us know what you think!