Friday 7th of september at K77

Aaron Hull - Australia
Laptop/Electronics - works primarily with processed field and instrumental recordings to create an intimate electronic soundscape. Taking inspiration from film sound tracks, noise, the Australian landscape and glitch, Aaron’s performances vary from an intimate sonic landscape to an all out assault of noise and shattered glitch.

b°tong - Switzerland
b°tong uses field-recordings, natural sounds, samples from film and tv, his own poetry (read and processed by computer). With this, he creates sounds that give birth to images of darkness and tranquillity… the solitude of an icy polar night… or the equivalent of an underwater journey in a bottomless pit. Welcome to the darker side of laptop histrionics!

Plochingen - Belgium
Plochingen uses a laptop to process field-recordings and focuses on the timbral richness of textures and envelopes. The musical result ranges from drone-based organic pieces to outbursts of blips and noise.

Salon Bruit
Friday 07/09/07 at 22.00 in Kastanienallee77,
U2 Eberswalderstrasse or Rosenthaler Platz, Tram Schwedterstrasse