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By Soloman Tump
Wasn't sure which forum to put this in (perhaps EKT?)
Upcoming 1-day conference / festival at Motion, Bristol.
A festival of Knobs, Buttons and Discussions over 4 warehouse rooms in the heart of Bristol.
A full day and evening of synthesizer stalls, panel talks, live hardware performances, DIY modular workshops, Ableton Live workshops, Max4Live build sessions and the Escher Music Connection showcase.
Grabbed my ticket, should be an interesting day out.
This is the best example I can think of, bt I know there's more. Ozma is pretty much a carbon copy of early glory days Weezer. They did a bang up job I must say. Even got to tour with them as a direct result,
This amuses me greatly, so please share other examples.
I have a new album out that is dedicated to the memory of the brilliant producer Thomas Denis (Qebrus).
His production is featured on the first and second track. The third track was made in tribute after his passing using only samples he provided me. Every moment was inspired by him and is full of inside references from our friendship. It can be found on all major streaming platforms (Apple, Spotify, Google, Youtube etc). I hope you like it! I'll provide bandcamp and soundcloud links below. I'd love to hear what you think.
Project1EP is an effort to make independent musicians come together and create music for a good cause. Each artist has been given a month to compose and submit up to 15 minutes of new material, without any genre restrictions.
The result, our first edition, is an impressive collection of amazing and unique music of all kinds, mostly within the electronic realm. Ranging from organic and earthy recordings to abstract and surreal experiments, each submission is a glimpse into a different world.
All proceeds from this album go to Doctors Without Borders.
All music has been composed as a token of support of Doctors Without Borders. If you enjoy the album, please consider paying what you feel it's worth and supporting our cause.
Thank you to MSF UK for your correspondence and support.
A huge THANK YOU to all incredibly talented artists who made this possible.