MUSIC--Coppé, EOTOE, Sindri, and Alaric.
VISUALS--Kevlar, Suryummy, VJon, Coil
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Coppé (Mango Sweet Rice Records / TOKYO)
Over the years, Coppé has worked with some of the music world's most forward-thinking artists, from ex-Orb Chris Weston to British duo Plaid, DJ Vadim, The Program, Ryan Breen, Q bert and others. Her music touches the corners of subtle ambient, delicate glitch-pop,
complex jazz and alien hip-hop, each genre bent to her will to result in a brand of digital poetry that is unmistakably Coppé.
Her recent partnership with Lightrhythm Visuals cofounder Ben Sheppee has produced some of the freshest new AV tracks upcoming on the label. Meanwhile, we are celebrating the release of Coppé's "9 + 10 = 10th Anniversary" double album, which will be available at the event.
EOTOE (currently unemblazoned)
EOTOE is a one man live looping experience. It constructs grooves in real-time using hand percussion, synths, samples and effects. Always fresh and organic, EOTOE's complex dance beats work their way into contemplative ambience and return along a fully improvised course.
Sindri (Imputor / Lightrhythm)
Originally a Miami electro and IDM DJ, the current iteration of Sindri infuses her original erotic ghetto bop tracks with sensual live vocals, a smooth rnb flow, and slow-jam beats. She recently performed several shows in Japan as part of Lightrhythm's Tokyo tour. This fall, Sindri will be returning to Miami for graduate school, so don't miss this opportunity to see her.
Alaric (Video Salon / ESP / Infinite Kaos)
Alaric has been lulling San Francisco's most discerning audiences with the sounds of his Insect Funeral live project for decades, and his ESP collaboration with Lightrhythm artist VJ Culture has explored covered harder edgier ground. Perhaps least appreciated of his many
guises is as a freeform DJ. In this aspect, we don't know what to expect, only that you will be pleasantly surprised.
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Kevlar and Suryummy
Recently back from doing visuals with the Orb in LA, longtime LRV collaborators Kevlar and Suryummy each pose questions for the mind and eye with geometric forms .
LRV co-founder VJon is a long-time VJ who now concentrates on creating new environmental models for the emerging audiovisual genre
The lighting installations of the collective Coil forge new ground in algorithmic control. For this event, they will concentrate on mid air effects.
Added by hellomynameis on March 26, 2006