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Thursday, April 21 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Electronic Club at Cafe 939

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Berklee Electronica Club Showcase @ Cafe 939 [Together Boston]

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AEROJET — http://www.dicemotion.com/
Phonoride — http://phonoride.com/
Fat Camp — http://soundcloud.com/fatcampbeats

Admission: FREE, all ages

This show is part of a week long electronic music festival called Together Boston, which you can check out at http://www.togetherboston.com/
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About the Artists:
AEROJET is the solo project of Joel Friedman, the sound designer and producer who represents one half of the Boston based laptop duo known as Dice Motion. Fusing glitch aesthetics with warped field recordings, modern classical harmonies, jingles, jangles, noisy tape loops, and liquid hip hop beats, the AEROJET sound is thick with ear candy. Whether rummaging through the past for buried sonic treasures, recording and mangling sounds of the present, or voyaging into futuristic landscapes, AEROJET leads the listener into a minefield of sonic exploration.

Curated by Austin Stone and Tyler Randall, Phonoride is a social experiment for collaborating artists and producers to perform improvised electronic music. Artists from Boston to NYC compile sonic gestures, audio programming environments, and dance remixes in Phonoride's live performances. Phonoride ties in the enticing structure of John Zorn game pieces with the heightened production integrity of Daft Punk. Expect a palette of edgy dance rhythms with savory improvised melodies and submersible timbres!

Fat Camp is the stage name of Boston, MA based musician Clark Burkhardt. With influences spanning from producers like Dimlite, Madlib, and J Dilla to composers and instrumentalists like Alice Coltrane and Wes Montgomery, Fat Camp's fidgety glitch-hop beats are as much accessible as they are unpredictable. Performing an all-original, all-electronic hip-hop set that melds sonic landscapes from alien planets with wonky, undulating beats, Fat Camp consistently gets heads bobbing at warehouses, loft spaces, house parties and clubs in and around Boston.


http://togetherboston.com/index.html


Thursday April 21, 2011 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Cafe 939 939 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02115