Disphilharmonia, Tearpalm, Nemanja Lazic

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With Disphilharmonia, Nemanja Lazic and Tearpalm

Past event
Thursday 16 December 2010
Entrance: FREE!
Also the whole event will be broadcasted LIVE via Radio Kanal103 starting at 11:00pm.
Internet streaming available HERE!

Disphilharmonia (Skopje, Macedonia) Initially, they are a laptop quartet of five individual electronic artists, one of which is a robot and partially automated. Since music is taken very lightly lately, they consider that the act of listening to music/sounds should return to a more primitive time where it represents a totem, a symbol of gathering around which special attention should be invested. Their live performances attempt to create this effect by accentuating the visual part, forcing audience to participate with more senses, ritualizing the act of listening music. Each performance is different and sounds unlike the previous one.

Nemanja Lazic (Novi Sad. Serbia) was born in 1987. Nemanja began his musical career playing bass guitar in some rock bands in his home town. Later he gets interested in electronic music - especially in genres such as IDM, Glitch, Down-Tempo and Drum ‘n’ Bass. His music is completely free for download and non-profit distribution under CreativeCommons licence.

Tearpalm (Belgrade, Serbia) is a sonic cocoon knit to fit the needs of mr M. D.- a writer, art historian, and guitarslinger/founder member of short-lived Serbian alternative bands Future Zen Terror and Paganska ljubav. The idea behind Tearpalm was to go beyond discursive limitations of routine pop treatment of musicmaking, by employing exploration of psychedelic potentials of frequency tweaking, software based simulations of tape loop/sound collage techniques and manipulating of previously recorded tracks much rather than playing live instruments.
Members are:
Marko Dabetić - samples, guitars, vocals, keys
Miloš Dabetić - bass
Dimitrije Cvetković - keys, KAOSS Pad
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