The kick.snare krew bring KRIS KEYSER, L-TRON, and RHINOID for the first show in a hi and lo-bit series focused on high energy nuclear PROWER. Join us Friday, October 11th at 9pm at Branded Saloon (Bergen St. and Vanderbilt Av.) for dank dance beats that will leave you salty, sweaty and potentially picklebacked.
—- Kris Keyser —-
Kris Keyser mixes fury and fun with his low-bit compositions. Working primarily with the Nintendo Game Boy , Kris has wowed audiences in the NYC area for years with his energetic music and hyperactive live sets. Kris was a musical guest on the Engadget Show in 2010, and has played chipmusic scene institutions Pulsewave, I/O, 8static, PAX East, MAGFest, Toy Company Festival, and Blip Festival 2012.
—- L-Tron —-
Upon discovering what
the program was capable of,
the scientists took immediate percautions,
securing it inside of the nearest electronic
device they could find: A nintendo Game Boy.
They feared its power yet could not bring
themselves to destroy it. Trapped inside the machine
with no way to escape and return to its own time,
the program began expressing itself through
the sound chip of the Game Boy.
An exploration vessel near a
planet called earth recorded
the following transmissions –
—- Rhinoid —-
Another project by the man behind rhinostrich, rhinoid ditches the handhelds to bring you old school acid rave.
Chromacle is a digital art and music project created by Jake Beadenkopf to explore the plane of the digital aesthetic, creating vast computerized video and audio experiences that dance the border between logical data constructs and ocular corruption. Working under the mantra “Beauty from corruption, destruction from chrominance,” Chromacle’s work deconstructs the digital to its barest form. The product is a glitch-influenced barrage of visual and audiological stimuli that tantalize and torture physiological receptors.