How can I do do live ASCII and music at the same time? It’s a mystery!
So, this set starts off very ambient with some soon-to-be-released things, but then turns into acidic informer italo gabber. As usual. The “visuals” are just me bumming around in Moebius with as little brain power used as possible.
Made for Shadow Party.
Here’s the live set I streamed at Lovebyte last week, a demoparty fully focused on coding things as small as possible (like, just a few bytes in some cases). They received more entries for the competitions than any demoparty has since Assembly 94 I think it was. Hooray! More is less?!
In the spirit of minimizing resources I did a downtempo set to avoid any overloads of the senses. Hehe, yeah right.
This is a streamed event from Las Vegas and I’m playing together with Ray Manta and Jellica (my fellow Hack n’ Trade dudes) as well as Beat Ratio and Gajtron. It’s 29 August and I’ll play in the early evening (European time). There will also be talks and stuff – check out the details here!
Here’s a recording of my thing:
I played a live show from home for Kenobit‘s Twitch-stream, Kenobisbosch. From dub-electronica to acid to electro, pretty much? I tried a new setup (that I should’ve tried ages ago): two C64s, Amiga 600, the ER-1 drum machine and two effects (a boss delay and a Fusionbox, which stopped working half way through).
Since my camera bailed out on me a few times, I asked to have the Venezuelan poodle moth replace me. You’ll hardly notice the difference.
Here’s me playing live with a C64 and a delay pedal, with live video processing by Zden. It happened at Demobit in Bratislava where I was supposed to be in person but “due to circumstances” was unable to attend. So I streamed the video/sound, which partly explains the dodgy quality.
The performance was made without any preparations. I start an empty tracker and make the instruments and all the music on the fly.
Enjoy some more proper documentation of robot music. First out is Dr.Step (from Floptrik) that was performed at Algomech last year (second video). Afrikstep was also performed there, but hasn’t been properly released yet. The fourth video is a more chilled clip from our first sessions with the robot at Illutron in the summer of 2017.