More information here.
Our friend Eric L. has been very hard at work to bring an assortment of experimental musicians to Minneapolis for a 2 day event at Patrick’s Cabaret. RSVP on Facebook and please check out the event website. Doors 7:00 PM Friday and 6:00 PM Saturday.
RING TOSS TWINS
Friends and fans the GetLoFi crew ( Talking Computron, The Ring Toss Twins, and special guests ) will be on a Midwest tour starting October 3rd. More information will be updated to this post shortly. Please follow our tour page on Facebook and hope to see you at a show!
Saturday 10/6/2012 – Gallery Hop – Columbus, OH ( FB Event )
Monday 10/8/2012 – TBA – Chicago, IL
Please come see us, there will be awesome new devices for sale as well.
Thursday 10/25/2012 – Club House Jager – Minneapolis, MN
Friday 10/26/2012 – Patrick’s Cabaret – Minneapolis, MN
Saturday 10/27/2012 – Patrick’s Cabaret – Minneapolis, MN
More information about our Columbus show here.
More information about our Minneapolis shows here.
Lineup for the 2012 Circuit Benders’ Ball in Nashville, taking place September 29th at Brick Factory Nashville! Workshops at 10am, music at 8pm. More information available on Theater Intangible website.
- Roth Mobot – Chicago
- Blight Side of Life – Nashville
- Brain Lesion – Murfreesboro, TN
- Hadals – Nashville / Montgomery, AL
- Joey Molinaro – New York City
- Nashville Robotic Philharmonic – (Zack Adams of CMKT4) Benton, KY
- Pimpdaddysupreme – Nashville
- Pineapple Explode – Nashville
- Teletron Orchestra (Dylan Simon and Ken Soper) – Nashville / Murfreesboro
Visual artists: Lineup coming soon!
Tony: Our featured guests this year are the Chicago, Illinois circuit bending duo Roth Mobot (Patrick McCarthy, Tommy Stephenson). They are, in my opinion, the artists most likely to make circuit bending a household term. In addition to creating brilliant circuit bent instruments and putting on phenomenal live shows, Roth Mobot conduct educational workshops in schools, hackerspaces, museums, and other community spaces. Education and empowerment through hands-on learning are incredibly important to them. Hear what Patrick McCarthy has to say on this subject in the opening to the Experimental Garage Sale Theatre Intangible podcast.
Please support the Kickstarter campaign in an effort to raise funds for band compensation, traveling expenses, and set decoration.
We’re partnering with The Skillery to sell workshop tickets. Workshops are limited to 15 people per workshop and will be sold in advance.