Wednesday, February 13, 2008

1.21 Gigawatts of Upcoming Funk

So, it's cold outside, which means one thing: time for some hot electro beats. Well, not quite. But, nevertheless, some hot electroacoustic stuff is going down at the University of Kentucky. First, I will be playing Cort Lippe's "Music for Hi-Hat and Computer" tomorrow at 12:30, during the UK Percussion Studio Magic Hour of Lovin' and New Music (Studio Class). Then, on Tuesday, February 19th, from 3-6 AM (that's right, AM) , direct your radio appliances to WRFL 88.1 (or, check it out streaming on the web), where I will be teaming up with DJ Brian Archinal to spin the freshest electroacoustic club bangers from hot producers like Mario Davidovsky, Pierre Boulez, Javier Alvarez, and maybe, just maybe, some phat electro. No promises, except for these: it will rock, and I will be tired on Wednesday. Also, approaching quickly on the horizon is the UK Chamber Ensemble concert on Friday, April 5th. More details will be forthcoming, but, as of right now, I can tell you that Clint Davis and I will be playing John Luther Adams' "Red Arc/Blue Veil" for piano, percussion, and electronic soundscape. There will probably be some other bleep-blorp non-music electrofoolishness on there as well, so all of you Haydn Haters know where you need to be on the night of Friday, April 5th. Yeeah boooyyyyyyy.

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