This mix by Kane West (Steve/Kero Kero Bonito/PC Music) is full of acid and lo-fi goodness, and features one of the songs from my Acid Burger release. In case you missed it, it was a mini-DVD released in 2010 with audio and video, put in a McDonald’s cheeseburger, and shipped around the world with a varying degree of moldy success. The song comes in about 13 minutes into the mix.
Me and Jacob Remin continue to work more on our multi-facetted Robot Music project. For now, it’s focused on getting a robot arm to perform/remix music live, by typing on a Commodore 64. But the future plans are big, huge and unbelievable. At the moment we have two performances lined up, the first being the Algomech festival in November.
Two Commodore 64s play music. One is operated by a human, the other by a robotic arm. The robot makes melodies, modulates sounds and rhythms, and re-arranges songs on its own, occasionally conducted by a human. The robot also uses other hardware. Meanwhile, the first C64 is operated by a human who has nothing prepared, and who has to make all the sounds and arrangement on the fly.
I made another ASCII graffiti experiment a few days ago at Röda Sten in Göteborg. More photos over here.
Playing at the 8bit Art Lab in Montelupo Fiorentino (outside of Florence, Italy) with Culomono!
I’m playing at the fantastic Macao venue, together with Meneo, RLSN, Contra Legem, Tonylight, arottenbit, and Kenobit. With Ai Di Ti Vision and Nazzilla on the visuals. More info here.