Wednesday 22 October 2008 at 9:00pm
London, United Kingdom
Kahvi Label night
Wednesday, 22 October, doors 6pm-11pm, bar till 1am
* Kahvi Stage with Brandy Alexander Project, Xurba, Lackluster, Abyssal Plains
* Lounge Stage with Mo Sauer, Sven Swift, Gareth Dickson, Autistici, D’Insice
* Audio installations including Animate Objects, Web Stream Boat, Archisonics, New Transmission Models, Isolated Response, Sonification of You, Motion on Sound
* Netaudio Market open 6pm-11pm
* Sound Cloud Media Lounge
free for Shunt members / £5 on the door
from Kahvi Collective Myspace blog:
22 Oct 2008, 18:00
Shunt Lounge, London SE1, London, London and South East
Cost : TBC
Netaudio’08 will take place from 22nd to 25th October 2008 at Shunt Lounge, London SE1. It will celebrate the creative output of networked musicians and online communities with talks, workshops, showcases and performances. Confirmed: Abyssal Plains, Lackluster, Xurba
NetAudio London'08 page:
Netaudio’08 will take place from 22nd to 25th October 2008 at Shunt Lounge, London SE1. It will celebrate the creative output of networked musicians and online communities with talks, workshops, showcases and performances.
Netaudio’08 will play host to a broad range of live musical acts all the way from well established musicians through to undiscovered new talent – the only criteria is that they sound good and that they engage via the medium of the Internet. Musically Netaudio’08 will provide a programme spanning genres and cultural boundaries and embracing the widest possible selection of sounds humming through the Internet.
Within the conference side of the festival, Netaudio’08 will explore the creative practice and merit of digital networking tools. Workshops will share knowledge about music production and digital distribution whilst presentations will take a lead in the discussion of altered user behavior in the networked society – both aiming to engage the thought provoking process of music production, distribution and consumption in an age of networked communication.
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Cenatus Music Projects gratefully acknowledges financial support from the PRS Foundation.
The Netaudio Festival is based on a Swiss concept, first showcased in 2005 in Berne. Netaudio’08 is supported by the Swiss Cultural Fund in Britain.
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