An evening of analog noise, synth pop and digital glitch from distant shores. First night of their US tour!
Phantom Chips makes her own wearable synthesizers that can be stretched and squeezed to create sound. Her homemade ‘lectronix squeals create bent charm and harsh mangled tones through tactile electronics. Concocting rhythms from an array of homemade electronic instruments, samplers and wearable noisemakers Phantom Chips gets the audience wearing electronics and making noise. http://www.phantomchips.com/audio/
Based out of Brisbane, Australia, home-recording artist Laura Hill started working under the name Scraps as the banner for her homespun synth pop. Armed with subdued vocals, lo-fi keyboards, and various electronic takes on dreamy songwriting. Since 2011 Scraps has released albums with Bedroom Suck (AU) and Fire Records. Her latest album will be coming out on Not Not Fun in April 2016. You can listen to her last album on Fire Records here http://www.firerecords.com/site/index.php?p=r&rid=01005&dv=1&rcode=Scfdhe9801005
Solypsis Solypsis inhabits a harsh world specialising in speaker shredding frequencies and fucked up non dancefloor smashes. https://www.discogs.com/artist/138751-Solypsis
Psychiceyeclix is a musician, a/v artist and instrument maker based in London and has been performing since 2001. He performs with circuit bent/rewired games consoles/drum machines/synths, camcorders pointed at the audience and glitched up. All his equipment is recycled. By rewiring old redundant equipment hecircuit bends them into new and more exciting instruments. His live performance invokes entropy with visuals & audio that are continuously mutating and interacting - glitching in time.
When: Tuesday May 24doors at 730, music at 8
Where: RhizomeDC, 6950 Maple St NW DC
Cost: $10 suggested donation