Seattle tech-house luminary Dave Pezzner, who was slated to perform tonight at the Can Can's Monster Planet monthly (featured in this week's Data Breaker), can't make it; in his place will be Eric Moon (aka Seiche, half of Crown Hill Repeater), one of the city's most distinctive creators of unconventional techno and abstract electronic music. Listen to several of his aural oddities here. Read more about Monster Planet after the jump.
Monster Planet is an ever-expanding collective of producers, musicians, sound designers, visual artists, and B-movie enthusiasts based in Seattle, Washington. Every month different members come together at the Can Can Cabaret in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market, to improvise a soundtrack to some of the most bizarre and cheesy B-movies they can find, creating a surreal mix of cutting edge ambient/experimental/drone music and obscure, low budget cinema. The organization and logistics of exploring Monster Planet are overseen by SYNPROV CORP, consisting of Gel-Sol, William Mempa, Leave Trace, Numeric Response, Brian Oblivion, and resident video wrangler Leo Mayberry of Killing Frenzy Visuals