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LOUD OBJECTS (US)
The Loud Objects create electronic noise with minimal components: microchips, a power jack, an audio jack, and wire. The group solders custom audio circuits live, creating audible fluctuations of electricity with these bare elements. Gradually building a complex sound circuit, they present electronic music in a form closer to a physical instrument than a laptop. Their performances invite the audience to bear conscious witness to each musical gesture: the addition of a microchip; the soldering of an output pin to the audio jack.
The New York City-based trio (Kunal Gupta, Tristan Perich, Katie Shima) stage their lush noise constructions with soldering irons on top of overhead projectors, slide projectors, flourescent light towers, and remodeled guitars. Formed in 2005 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 serenading Rhode Island from the trunk of their car.
+ KOMA Korner
Play with analog modular synthesizers, pedals and sensors.
Blips and Bleeps to drink beer toÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
+ Special black and white KOMA cocktails.
21h30 Start Concert
O'Tannenbaum, Sonnenallee 27, 12047 Berlin-NeukÃƒÂ¶lln (public transport: U7, U8 till Hermannplatz)
Entrance: 3 to 5 euro (decide yourself)