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Saturday, May 20 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
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Radio is an instrument, a conduit for self-expression, a tool to broadcast thoughts, and a medium to channel experience. Online radio amplifies this potential to reach out to a global community of listeners.

In this session, Dublab continues its tradition of improvised radio pieces (Matthewdavid, Diva, Sun Araw, M Geddes Gengras) by inviting two artists to sonically integrate festival goers into a spontaneous composition. Dublab will record and broadcast the piece in front of a live audience.

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Container is the stripped-down, beat-oriented electronic project of Providence, RI's Ren Schofield, who somehow sculpts viscous punk sonics into raw jackhammer rhythms that groove in the most relentless, hypnotic, unstoppable and psychedelic ways currently working the grid. | This lo-fi mesh of maxed-out drum patterns, spiralling loops and mesmerising arrangements makes for live music of serious weight and function, suitable for both high-end... Read More →
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Elon Katz

Elon Katz is a vocalist and electronic music artist born and based in Los Angeles, California. Known for the eccentric EBM avant-pop of White Car, and his collaboration with Beau Wanzer, Streetwalker, Elon has dropped the monikers and masks of the early decade to mature his particular brand of synthetic music and ambiguous candor. In 2016, Elon released an EP of neoprimitive beats for Franco-Japanese label MIND under the spelt-out alias of E L... Read More →

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Hacking Systems

The resurgence of a technological Maker Culture is undeniable, and Moogfest is a gathering for all those enthused by new tools for creative expression. Conversations, workshops, and installations will not only explore hardware and physical computing, but also reflect on how the last decade has been transformed by a host of arts-engineering software toolkits like Processing, Arduino, and openFrameworks.

Saturday May 20, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Art Institute Room 203 410 Blackwell St #200, Durham, NC 27701

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