Archive for the ‘Live Sets’ Category

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[Live Set]: Davic Nod – Live At Sonar Festival 2015

June 25, 2015
 

Artist:
Davic Nod

 

Notes:
Here is Davic Nod’s live set recorded at Sonar Festival Barcelona on the 19th June 2015 via Culturebox, French TV.

Sonar writes about Davic:

Davic Nod, the Barcelonan multimedia artist based in Berlin, is a lover of drones, noise, oppressive environments and the less accommodating sounds of electronica. He is constantly working on several projects at the same time and recently founded Thalamus Lab, the label designed to work with other musicians through the Internet. The label has seen him collaborate with several collectives working in the digital music field, including Harvestworks (NY), Niu (Barcelona) or Netlabelism (Gent). He has nurtured and compiled sounds from more than 50 artists around the world, thereby developing a sound library from which he will compose new tracks.

Nod began playing the piano aged 9, composing his first pieces at 12, however it was not until 14 that he discovered the secrets of electronic music. He has collaborated with neoclassical pianist Gabriela Parra on the Clicks & Keys project, and in 2010 he released his debut album, “Some Music Comes From The Cellar”. He is also behind the leading dance show “Davic Nod & The Dancers Live!”, as well as being one of the main musicians involved in the creative process of Reactable. In 2012 he released the fabulous “Do You Remember Me?” EP on netlabel Music Vermella.

 

Recommendation:
compilation “Xperimental Sound Lab” w/ Davic Nod track

 

Listen & Watch:

 

Websites:
Davic Nod
Sonar Festival
Culturebox

 
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[Live Set]: Planetary Assault Systems – Live at Boiler Room Edinburgh

June 23, 2015
 

Artist:
Planetary Assault Systems

 

Notes:
Luke Slater performed a live set using his moniker Planetary Assault Systems for the Boiler Room session in Edinburgh on the 4th June.

 

Listen & Watch:
Planetary Assault Systems – “Live at Boiler Room Edinburgh”

 

Websites:
Luke Slater / Planetary Assault Systems
Luke Slater’s own label Mote-Evolver