Chipmusic • Show Listings

BROOKLN NY [US] JAN 29 2011 – I/O @ Vaudeville Park $5 All Ages

I/O Chip Music/Visual Art
at
Vaudeville Park
Brooklyn, NY

Saturday, Jan 29 2011
All Ages
$5
6-10pm

Musicians:

noteNdo
Natty
Dauragon
DaPantz
Disassembler
Facundo

Visualists:

noteNdo
InvaderBacca
Visualicious
HN_i_C

I/O Chip Music – Visuals
at

Vaudeville Park
26 Bushwick Ave
(corner of Bushwick and Devoe St)
Brooklyn NY 11211

Directions:
L train to Graham Ave

Google Map:
http://brk.to/o9a

I/O is a monthly chip music and visuals show in New York. I/O is free to
play and free or low cost to attend, with the aim of providing exposure and
new audiences for chip musicians and visualists.
http://www.iochipmusic.com

Hosted by Vaudville Park
Vaudville Park was started by Ian Colletti as an event space catering to artists and performance groups in the Williamsburg and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Open to collaborative and cross-disciplinary experimentation, Vaudville Park welcomes proposals for actions that trample on the conventional distinctions between artistic disciplines, styles, between the performer and audience, body and mind, hem and haw, pot and kettle, etc.
http://www.vanishingridges.com/vaudville/

This post was submitted by Justin.

Chipmusic • Show Listings

Touchboy / Natty / Sabrepulse / gwEm / Comptroller / Matt Nida live in London

Friday 22nd October sees Public Life in Spitalfields, London host the best chipmusic line-up you’ll see in London this year. Cover charge is £5 and doors open at 8:00 – get there early, you won’t want to miss a minute of this.

Touchboy
Improvised 8bit tech house from Canada

Natty
New York 8bit dandy, kicking off his European tour with Touchboy

Sabrepulse
Nintendo junglestep that needs no introduction

gwEm
Atari rave STj B2B with Counter Reset and special guests

Comptroller
Scotland’s Ultrachip champion

Matt Nida
Twitchy handheld electro/dub

Facebook event and more details here!

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This post was submitted by Matt Nida.