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Sunday, February 10, 2008

Tonight on Flotation Device

posted by on February 10 at 10:23 AM

Music by underrated electronic music pioneers Josef Anton Riedl and Alwin Nikolais, the first person to buy a Moog synthesizer. Also on deck: Leticia Casteneda, who served up a superb set at the Wooden Octopus Skull PFest in 2006, acousmatic music by Darren Copeland, and the League of Automatic Music Composers, perhaps the first group to make music with networked computers.

Nico Muhly

Also in the mix: two Seattle sound artists - Byron Au Yong and some fine field recordings from China by Jason Kopec, who performs this coming Tuesday at the Chapel Performance Space - as well as work by Annea Lockwood (“Delta Run,” a haunting end-of-life portrait of the sculptor Walter Wincha), John Adams, Nico Muhly (pictured above), and much more…

Catch the on-line stream or tune in to KBCS 91.3 FM from 10 pm to midnight.

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More DeLaurenti, please.

Posted by Paulus | February 10, 2008 4:19 PM

When I first got into electronic music, we made our own sound boards and circuit boards.

Posted by Will in Musical Seattle | February 10, 2008 5:59 PM

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