Friday April 6 2012
Marjorie Becker has been documenting the New York City chip music scene since 2006, including innumerable chip music events such as Pulsewave and the New York Blip Festival. Her work has been featured on The Daily Candy, Plutopia News Network, Free Music Archive, and published in EGM, Paper, and Time Out New York. This is her first solo show of her five years’ work documenting the chip music scene. Her prints will be on display and supported sonically by Philadelphia’s own SKGB, who will be performing an ambient, no input synthesis set.
outpt + paris
outpt+paris present drum & space: an audio/visual performance telling the story of a future space traveller as she looks to trade the safety of her home world for the furthest regions of the universe. the set is a high energy mix of analog beats, digitized vocals, and coordinated visuals.
Rockman – DJ / Chiptune Set
Ramiro Navarro, a.k.a Rockman, bases his music in noise and 8 bit sounds, and consists in the composing of his own sequences directly on a classic Nintendo Gameboy. He will be performing a hybrid DJ and chiptune set! With visuals by HN_i_C based on art by Caroline Voagen Nelson.
26 Bushwick Ave
(corner of Bushwick and Devoe St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
L train to Graham Ave