Fri 19 Aug 2016

Computer Club x Algorave x Pimoroni

Doors: 8:00 pm / Price:
£5.00
/ Age: 18+ / Booking Fee: £1.00
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Computer Club x Algorave x Pimoroni

A pioneering electronic music event featuring world-renowned local and international artists and makers. Celebrating Sheffield's heritage as a city of creativity, technology and innovation.

Mark Fell + Okkyung Lee

Computer composer Mark Fell and cellist Okkyung Lee will present a new collaborative piece. Developed in Sheffield, the work will explore ways of integrating and contrasting algorithmic and improvisational processes as well as combinations of acoustic and digitally generated materials. Although recognised as leaders in their respective fields, both Fell and Lee are known for their challenging and unorthodox approaches to the vocabularies they engage, so the work promises a rare opportunity to encounter their first major joint commission.

Yaxu + Cárdenas

Algorave performance, with all techno generated live using a fresh Computer Club live coding device made in collaboration with Pimoroni.

Yaxu is the solo project of Sheffield-based Alex McLean, co-founder of the TOPLAP and Algorave live coding movements, and creator of the Tidal live coding environment built into the Computer Club live coding device.

Alexandra Cárdenas is a Colombian live coder and improviser based in Berlin and performing around the world, helping create live coding communities in Mexico and India.

For this event the two Alexes will hook up two Computer Club live coding devices in networked synchrony, to collaborate on an improvised set of polyrhythmic techno.

CPSmith (DJ set)

Chris Smith founded Sheffield-based record label Central Processing Unit in 2012 and has been carefully curating a highly active release schedule ever since. CPU has gained international critical acclaim with its releases praised in the Wire, Mixmag, Resident Advisor and made Bleep.com’s labels of the year chart in 2015.

After working with Nick Bax from Human Studio on CPU’s design identity, Chris joined forces with Nick in 2013 to start Computer Club, a Sheffield-based electronic music club night and record label. Playing hosts to artists such as NHK'Koyxen, The Black Dog and Mat Steel, Computer Club has become a recognised platform for forward thinking experimental electronic music.

Visuals by Humanstudio.

This event has been made possible by the Sheffield City of Makers. #YOM2016 #Sheffield

http://sheffieldcityofmakers.co.uk/