[This just in from Ramon Castillo of Bleep Blop Ensemble. Bleep Blop is an electro-acoustic experimental music ensemble that is collaborating with Grammy-nominated performer/composer Sandeep Das—and a StudioLive 16.0.2! They are looking to create a record and performance series with Sandeep, and could really use your help!]
One of Bleep Blop’s primary missions is to make music technology accessible to a wide variety of performers, composers and other artists. We are committed to the music of young and emerging composers, and we have premiered 13 works and performed countless others over the last 3 years.
Sandeep Das and Bleep Blop will write lots of new music, record and perform these new works, and release lots of media.
Click through to Bleep Blop’s IndieGoGo campaign here to learn more—and contribute!
[This just in from Ramon Castillo—Bleep Blop is gaining some serious momentum! If you want to see the StudioLive 16.0.2 run as the beating heart of a symphony of strange hardware electronics, then don’t miss this event! You can view it online at stream.bleepblop.com. 7:30 p.m. April 20.]
Ramon Castillo and Pochun Wang present:
Bleep Blop, Nonduo, Cloud Ludum, Ensemble Robot.
7:30 p.m. April 20th, 2013.
Umass Lowell, Durgin Hall (concert hall) Or view online at: stream.bleepblop.com!
Bleep Blop comes to Umass Lowell with lots of friends and an exciting new program. (Recital Credit offered)
What does Bleep Blop sound like?
The music will feature everything from electronically manipulated piano, analog synthesis, the Kronos Quartet Drum Machine, dynamically looped mbira, live video, to “third stream” free improvised experimental music, and a robotic glockenspiel controlled by Mike Testa.
Our prior performances have successfully merged the art of acoustic music with the mystique of audio technology, but for this concert, we are going to bring improvisation and technology to a new level.
Music by Ramon Castillo, PoChun Wang, Mike Testa, Loudon Stearns, Raleigh Green, Olga Karaseva, Deepak Gopinath and Karlheinz Stockhausen.
On the web
Selection of works to include:
Wonderland/Bounce for live synthesis and the Kronos Quartet Drum Machine
Gargantuan for violin, guitar, and electronic sounds
Karlheinz Stockhausen’s “Tierkeis” (Zodiac) arr. by Olga Karaseva for vibrophones, bass, electric guitar, drums
Six Six for dynamically looped piano
Spores for guitar synthesizer and 16mm projection by NonDuo
Improv for Robot and other things