|Description:||Saturday February 8th Clonk and the SAT will bring you the second in a |
series of 4 events one for each season appropriately titled "Resound".
Each of these events is designed to focus on the emerging new
generation of electronic music producers, that are pushing the envelope
and incorporating interactivity into their work. The first Resound event
took place in September 2002 at the SAT and was adeptly titled The Autumn
Resound. It featured Live and DJ performances by a variety of local and
out of town electronic music talent.
The Winter Resound will take place on February 8th at
the SAT located at 305 Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest and will feature the
Montreal debut of the highly stylised sounds and visuals of Detroits very
own Kero with releases on Bpitch Control, Shitkatapult and Lowres
Recordings, Kero has been wowing audiences internationally for some time
and garnering much critical acclaim. Kero uses a TCP/IP link between two
laptops to orchestrate both sound and visuals into a dance floor frenzy
of 3d vector graphics and gritty robotic beats. The night will also
feature a live set by Torontos Tinkertoy whose self released CD
and 12 inch on their Lautmashine imprint has gathered much attention so
much so that they have recently been signed to both Noise Factory and
Rounding out the night will be local artists Mike Shannon (DJ), Clonk
resident naw (live) and the VJing talents of Johnny Ranger [ ]
With Mike Shannons Force Inc debut he has secured him self a spot as one
of Canadas top-rate producers. His highly regarded releases over the
years are proof of that - but he has also built an irrefutable
reputation, as one of Canadas most respected and well-known
techno DJs. For this special occasion Mike will providing us with his own
special brand of turntable wizardry on 3 turntables with 2 special
extended sets during the night. Clonk resident naw will once again
return to the Montreal stage after a number if out of town performances
in support of his releases on Noise Factory and Piehead records late last
year. Recent live performances as naw has seen this Clonk founder move
even the most chin scratching of audiences with his his custom tailored
alterations of minimal techno and click house sounds.
Johnny Ranger will be returning to the Clonk arena for yet another
wonderful night of electric-organic visuals presented in non-linear
narratives that invite spontaneous insights to appear in a
surprising blend of synchronicities and multi-layered readings.
This event is $12 in advance or $15 at the door (advanced tickets
available at the SAT, CD esoterick and atom heart) doors open at 9pm and
goes until the last soul has left the building.