Tuesday morning synth music, enjoy
Welle:Erdball Live in Glauchau, Alte Spinnerei!
John Foxx & The Maths – He’s a liquid – Live performance
“Mole Vanvitelliana – Ancona 28.07.2012 Acusmatiq 7.0 . Concerto molto bello, un Foxx veramente in forma!!”
If you happen to be in Malmö tonight you have the opportunity to see Karl Bartos multimedia “Live Cinema” show. I attended this show in Stockholm the other night and had a great time. A lot of remixed Kraftwerk classics together with Karl Bartos solo work in a good mix. Mathias Black joins Karl on stage performing robot voices which adds to the live performance. Mr Bartos continues to develop his art combining music and visuals into a very powerful package making the message and experience strong as any commercial advertisement. Conceptual art in pop format!
An old classic returns – Thomas Dolby is at it again
Thomas Dolby invites you to his Time Capsule Tour in New Orleans @ Tipitina’s Uptown on March 17, 2012.
Still remember when I saw Kraftwerk live for the first time (ages ago) – today I would probably go see them again, although one might debate if it really is Kraftwerk you are watching since it is only one of the four original members in the current/today´s line up. Anyhow below are the details:
Kraftwerk will give a series of eight performances, each devoted to one of its albums, as part of a Museum of Modern Art retrospective of the electronic music pioneers in April, museum officials said. The performances during “Kraftwerk-Retrospective 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8,” on consecutive evenings starting April 10, will not only feature tracks from one of Kraftwerk’s albums, but also other original compositions intended to showcase the group’s influence on contemporary culture. Projected images, including 3-D ones, will accompany the music. The albums will be performed in chronological order, one each night, starting with “Autobahn” from 1974 and working up through “Tour de France” from 2003.
For more info: kraftwerk.com
Kraftwerk Autobahn rare original video
Watch out for our live report from the event
Here are some of the bands you can expect to hear from:
Hocico Bite me! HD official video 2011
Tyske Ludder – Tempelberg – MeraLuna 2011
Code 64 – Progenitor
S.P.O.C.K – Never Trust a Klingon
Necro Facility – Live in Moscow 2011
See you live at ElectriXmas tomorrow
Code64 is the latest edition
Should be a nice evening I would say
“Finally, we’re happy to announce the last band to join this years electriXmas lineup – Code 64!
The swedish/norwegian electropop trio Code 64, exploded back into the scene with their highly successful album “Trialogue” in 2010 after a long break from the spotlight. We’re really looking forward to see what they bring to the stage!”
So, the complete lineup now looks like this:
TYSKE LUDDER (de)
CODE 64 (se)
NECRO FACILITY (se)
Check out the Artists page for more info.
As well as this we’ve got this years DJ’s booked in with an all-Swedish attendance!
DJ Faleryne (Synhcave, Freakshow, Göteborg)
DJ Elektroskull via Solar Drifwood (Stockholm)
DJ P-machine (Neostalgia, Malmö)
DJ sand (Klubb [re]form, Malmö)
Get more info on the DJ’s here.
As we did last year we will raffle off two tickets to this year’s electriXmas!
This is open to everyone but there are a few simple rules. The rules are the same as last year – too easy!
In order to have the opportunity to win you have to…
… by December 4th (it’s a Sunday).
On the evening of Sunday 4th we’ll we draw at random a pair of winners. Good luck !!
So… there’s nothing left to do now but to get ready to party !!
Jean Michel Jarre Live 2011 Electronic Music Concert Europe Synthesizer Laser Harp Lights Video
This world premiere performance dives into an uncharted realm of human expression, as the conscious and subconscious minds of the performers become the very fabric of creation. Imagination becomes tangible, while hopes and fears are brought to life through EEG brainwave scanning technology. This performance was made possible with generous support from the Yahoo! Boost Award. The MiND ensemble (Music in Neural Dimensions) is a new-media performance group that utilizes custom interfaces to explore the mind-machine-music connection.
The traditional paradigm of creativity and art has been as following: there is an artist, a thought process, and fixed medium which reflects those thoughts, leading to the realization of the artist’s expressive vision. Neurofeedback radically shifts this paradigm. Now there is an artist, a thought process, and a dynamic medium that actively interfaces with the very thought processes of the artist himself, a form of expression that drastically reshapes the way we conceive of the creative process. This presents a unique design problem: how can we optimize interaction within a completely intangible instrument? The ensemble hopes to make strides towards a deeper level of understanding of this question, and a significant contribution to both the scientific and artistic communities in the form of software tools and reference material.
The MiND ensemble promotes a richly creative personal awareness in which the mind is the medium.
This video highlights the collaboration between the artists and the audience
Check it out