4th of June: Progress Bar in Amsterdam
Next pop-up will be the 4th edition of the Progress Bar, a new collaboration between Sonic Acts and Lighthouse. This series is set in the stylish Tolhuistuin building close to the Eye Institute. In their performance space, an extension of Paradiso called Paradiso Noord, you may expect a lively mix of talks, screenings by trending musicians, producers, film makers and activists. Read more here. Light
Peruvian Underground at WORM, Rotterdam
Popping up with a good selection of global sounds and writings, at Aloardi Fest this Friday. A really special program! MORE INFO: Aloardi is based in Lima, Peru, and started in 1998 as one of the first labels and independent platforms in South and Central America diffusing and producing experimental music, audiovisual art, sound related interventions, internet radio broadcasts and alternative acoustic
Underbelly @ Incubate
This weekend I’ll bring some nice new records, tapes, books and magazines to the wonderful Incubate Festival in Tilburg. You can find me in the foyer of 013 on Saturday 14 from 18:00 to 22:00, and on Sunday 15 from 16:00 to 23:00, while artists like Nurse With Wound, Wolf Eyes, Michael Rother, Ken Vandermark, Dirk Serries and many others climb the stages around town! All links and info HERE.
Artificial Voices in Amsterdam
Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May I’m participating in “The Art of Voice Synthesis”, a conference on the artificial voice, sound design and electro-acoustic music at Amsterdam University and Orgelpark (in Vondelpark). Participating here means: my ever-dynamic collection of books, records and gadgets on show in the foyer! The program looks great: http://www.artificialvoice.nl/index.html
New In Store: Tristan Perich Composition Series!
Tristan Perich, the man who gave us the 1-bit Symphony, has released a series of his compositions on CD, for acoustic instrumentation with 1-bit electronics. Click here to view them all! These works are inspired by the aesthetic simplicity of math, physics and code. The WIRE Magazine describes his compositions as “an austere meeting of electronic and organic.”The tastefully designed packaging