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Mellow Modular Spring

Sat Nov 11th, 2017
Pyramid Club,

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Alper is the alias of electronic musician Graham Frost. Alper explores the generative possibilities of modular synthesis in a live setting. The performance will traverse the darker terrains of ambient music in an improvisered manner.


2-person multi-instrumental noise band ADAN returns to Modular night with a short improvised demonstration of home made noise makers belonging to the Wellington Music Electronics Library. All effects units are available to borrow by joining the Library, which is open between 4pm and 6pm on Saturdays at The Pyramid Club. More information and an inventory is available here:

Dr Voltage

Peter Jamieson and Tom Beard - modular addicts obsessed with generative music and weird noises. They make improvised electronic music, blending vintage and modern, analogue and digital, to create soundscapes of noise, dirt, and strange beauty.

Selective Yellow

Selective Yellow are Chris Wilson and James Noble, an experimental improvising electronic music duo based in Wellington, New Zealand, drawing on New Zealand's heritage of experimental music practice. Selective Yellow performances employ a number of different synthesizers or sound generators, ranging from digital toys (Kaosscilators, Buddhamachines, littleBits), theremin to modular analogue and MIDI digital synthesizers, played with a variety of controllers (wind controllers, monome grids, knob boxes etc).

$10 on the door.

alternative, art/noise, electronic, Alper, ADAN, Dr Voltage, Selective Yellow

Louis Baker

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