Join us for a night of electronic excellence. Drone-scapes, Noise-scapes, Flashing lights!
~Loud Objects + Greg Fox = live circuit building + drums
~NonHorse = Hyperactive tape cassette sound scape
~CasperElectronics = Analog sound and light mind melting drone
Date: Thursday 7 November, 2013
Time: 20:30 hrs. (doors open 20:00 hrs.)
Location: STEIM Concert Space, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134, Amsterdam
The New York City-based trio (Kunal Gupta, Tristan Perich, Katie Shima) have staged their lush noise constructions with soldering irons on top of overhead projectors, slide projectors, fluorescent light towers, and remodeled guitars around the world since 2005. Formed at Columbia University, the Loud Objects have since skirted between the worlds of noise rock, contemporary music, circuit-bending, and chiptunes, playing at Brooklyn house parties, collaborating with new music ensembles, exhibiting at electronic arts festivals and galleries, and doing street performances from the trunk of their car.
Thrill Jockey records.
Drummer – Guardian Alien, Zs, Colin L Orchestra, Man Forever, ex-Liturgy, ex-Teeth Mountain
“G Lucas Crane treats his source material much like the method applied in Peter Tscherkassky’s film Outer Space—things are mashed, quartered, revisited and repeated from different angles, and in much the same way that Outer Space lets you rest occasionally, Lucas also allows moments of semi-placid, voyeur’s-view contemplation—that is, before the vain, cacophonous rattling of the Nonhorse takes over yet again.”
is the pseudonym for Hague based American artist Peter Edwards. Edwards builds and hacks custom electronics in order to create sonic, visual and physical drones and noise.