Geotech 07 18th November 2017 at Bar 303

On the 18th of November I performed an hour live acid set for Geotech at Bar 303 in Northcote.
The live set featured live version of some of my releases from this year, modified to be played on the Elektron Digitakt.
Here is a video of my practice for the gig.

Details of the gig below.

Slice Records presents,
Geotech # 7: Our next installment of our Underground Electronic Music monthly events.
Featuring a range of original electronic music from local producers and artists, with a special guest from New South Wales – Alex Wise.

Arcane Trickster
Alex J Wise (NSW)
Brkn Fixie
Sam Square
I Hate Max

Visuals by Ear Mind Eye / Brkn Fixie.

>All inclusive
>Original Music
>Free Entry
>Cheap Drinks

Artist Bios & Links:
Arcane Trickster (Tempest Recordings)
A project centered around producer, Damiano Verna, usually operating as a collaborative project with a variety of musicians, in particular long time musical partner, John Crombie, Arcane Trickster’s eclectic music spans the genres of electronic music.

Dylab (Diffuse Reality)
An English born but Melbourne based acid music producer.
Over the past 3 years he has crafted a solid body of music, with a great love for old analogue machines.

Alex J Wise (NSW) (Clan Analogue)
Sydney musician Alex J Wise has been producing music and experimenting with sound since 1995. Expect ambient and atmospheric sounds for his set.

Brkn Fixie
The latest project from Gerrard Jenner – brkn fixie makes haunting techno, ambient and synthwave with hand-build modular synthesizers.

Sam Square (Tuco Records)
Sam Square a Mornington Peninsula based producer and instrumentalist, creating alternative electronica and dance music.

Stickleback (Tempest Recordings)
Ben Heppel has been producing genre bending music for over 15 years with crisp production and infectious beats with a twist of glitchy dub.

I Hate Max
Crooning his way through a quarter life crisis one bottle of red at a time. Max uses low fi samples and moaning, creaky synthesis to create a hot mess of rhythmic looping.

Websites suck:

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