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#1 2007-03-29 18:04:37

herr_prof
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From: Joisey City, Nou Joisey
Registered: 2006-07-11
Posts: 136
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Chiptunes in Springtime

Note: Just p64 samples in my set so far, working on doing something live with it.

Time for another summer of rad chip, low-bit and rad beats in New York
City.

http://toilville.com/index.php?q=node/153

When: Saturday Mar 31, 2007
at 10:00 PM
Where: The Tank
279 Church St. (btw Franklin and White)
New york City, NY 07307

The Tank $5


PULSEWAVE with ANAMANAGUCHI, BUBBLYFISH, and MATHLETES
March 31 @ 10:00

Pulsewave is the Tank's monthly low bit music event.

ANAMANAGUCHI combines the raw, electronic tones of the NES sound chip
with driving, melodic guitars in an indie rock/powerpop fashion. NYU
Music Technology student Peter Berkman began experimenting with the
console in late 2003, swapping songs with friends from his hometown.
Looking for a way to perform the 8-bit songs live, he got together a
band including bassist James DeVito from New York, and Spencer Casey &
Chalie Hankin from Baltimore to play guitar and drums (respectively)
along with the NES. Since then they have been very active playing
PulseWave concerts in New York and various shows on the east coast. In
August they released their debut Power Supply on 8bitpeoples.

Haeyoung Kim relocated to the US from Korea in 1992. With a background
in classical piano, she has been focusing on experimental electronic
music. Currently, under the name BUBBLYFISH, she creates "lo-fi," 8
bit sound works and experimental compositions. Based in NYC, Haeyoung
has worked as a composer, sound designer, and audio engineer.
Haeyoung's work has been presented in various art venues, clubs,
festivals, and galleries including Centre Pompidou, The American
Museum of the Moving Image, Eyebeam, The New Museum, Roulette, and
Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater.

Mathletes are pocket size rock using small boxes to make big noise.
Think devo beating up ac/dc at a rockabilly swapmeet. Counts as class
credit!

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