"...Experimental music is rarely this visceral and engaging" Los Angeles TimesPerformances:Friday October 16, 8:30pm – at RouletteShadow Puppies (Nick Didkovsky, Hans Tammen, Kurt Ralske) / Nick vs. NicA split program featuring the audio-visual trio Shadow Puppies comprised of Hans Tamman (guitar & electronics), Nick Didkovsky (guitar & electronics) and Kurt Ralske (video and live processing); and Nick vs. Nic, a duo performance by American composer, author and media artist Nic Collins and British computer music specialist Nick Collins employing live coding and live circuit building. $15/nightSaturday October 17, 6pm – 11pm – at RouletteIkue Mori & LEMUR / Miya Masaoka / Peter Blasser / David Galbraith / Laetitia SonamiA quintuple bill with New York-based sound artist Ikue Mori in collaboration with an electronic music robot ensemble provided by LEMUR (League of Electronic Musical; composer and media artist Miya Masaoka will present her LED Kimono Project which features a kimono fabricated from nearly 900 LEDs that interacts with the properties of sound, motion and physical conditions; Baltimore-based sound artist Peter Blasser will perform with his self-invented electronic instrument the din datin dudero; New York-based composer and media artist David Galbraith will present works based on his custom software “lgOpre” that links vintage grid pattern algorithms with vinyl record lock-groove samples; and Laetitia Sonami will perform a new work with her signature instrument, the Lady’s Glove. $20/nightSunday October 18, 6pm – 11pm – at RouletteLucky Dragons / Joker Nies / Triple Point / Andrew Deutsch and Peer Bode / Moritz WettsteinA second quintuple bill with the Los Angeles-based duo Lucky Dragons in a performance combining music, video projection and sound created in collaboration with the audience; German musician Joker Nies will give a solo performance on Omnichord and other bizarre circuit-bent instruments; the improvising trio Triple Point featuring Pauline Oliveros (digital accordion) Jonas Braasch (soprano saxophone) and Doug Van Nort (electronics) will perform music guided by an attentiveness to Deep Listening; Andrew Deutsch and Peer Bode will premiere a live image and sound performance titled Uber Organ / body of life celebrating what would have been the 100th year of electronic pioneer Harald Bode; and Swiss sound artist Moritz Wettstein will perform Answering Maching, a sound performance with a modified analog telephone. $20/nightMonday October 26, 8pm – at NYU Frederick Loewe TheaterAdam Parkinson & Atau Tanaka / George Lewis & Marina RosenfeldHosted by the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, this split program will feature two exceptional duos. In the duo Adam & Atau, Atau performs on a system that captures physiological neuron impulses resulting from muscle tension while Adam runs Pure Data on two iPhones, mixing and mangling their output. Lewis and Rosenfeld will perform Sour Mash, from their forthcoming Tellus/Innova recording, featuring the composers with turntablists DJ Olive and Raz Mesinai.. This event is supported by EMF. FreeLucky dragonsSee Website of NYEAF

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