Zombi Piano: Kraus, Totems, Cave Circles, Slitopia

When
Fri May 24th, 2019
Where
Audio Foundation,
Auckland

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Doors open
8:30pm
Gig starts
9:00pm
Entry
All Ages
Cover charge*
$10
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Zombi Piano: A night of undead electronic music!


In zombie films the undead creatures are often animated by an inorganic force-field such as radiation, electricity, or mystery rays from space.

Likewise, synthesizers create sound not through the vibrations of a real acoustic body, but via the influence of ghostly electronic waves, emanating from a series of opaque and obscure boxes.

Zombi Piano presents four acts exploring the wastelands and zombie-infested tropical islands of electronic sound.



Totems: Auckland musician/producer Reuben Winter (Caroles, milk, PHF) is mostly know for his work as a bassline magician and breakbeat technician under the name Totems. However he has also worked in the fields of texture generation and non-binaural drug experience simulation.
There will still be bass.
https://totems.bandcamp.com/

Cave Circles: Wellington musician Riki Gooch (Orchestra of Spheres, Trinity Roots) conjures brain-eating techno from a mysterious silver box.
https://rikgooch.bandcamp.com/

Slitopia: a symbiotic duo of improvised electronic noise, Slitopia soundtrack a liberated future beyond the apocalypse.

Kraus: Auckland psychedelic guitarist/synthesist gets lost in a jungle of analogue circuits.
http://kraus.co.nz/


Friday 24 May @ Audio Foundation, doors open 8:30pm
$10

Links
audiofoundation.org.nz/p...
Tags
art/noise, electronic, Kraus, Cave Circles, Totems, Slitopia

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