THE ASHEVILLE ELECTRO-MUSIC FESTIVAL Fri May 6th thru Sat May 7th 2016






The Asheville electro-music festival brings some of the world's finest electronic and experimental musicians to the mountains of Western North Carolina.  

They will be joined by local artists for two days of compelling live music and innovative technology.  

Musical styles cover a broad spectrum, guaranteed to be creative and original. 

Live video art will accompany the concerts.



Tickets:
TWO DAY PASS - Fri and Sat
$25


FRIDAY ONLY TICKET
$15


SATURDAY ONLY TICKET
$15



About Electro-Music:
electro-music is made with synthesizers, home-made circuits, computers, found objects, voices, signal processors, wooden flutes, ambient recordings, and virtually anything imaginable that makes sound - even conventional orchestras. It can be slow and spacy, or fast and rhythmic; it crosses many genres. The primary motivation for its creation is artistic and spiritual expression, not show business.


 

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The Festival will Feature Music By:

Paul Harriman eigenharp ephemera
metlay! space music with a smile
Darrell Burgan electronic ambient
Jack Tamul classically influenced experimental music
Emerald Adrift unified eclectic
Paul Vnuk Jr tribal ambient
State Machine high energy physics
Nailgun diverse contemporary
Jj Kidder chaotic meditation
Twyndyllyngs electronic chamber music
Shivasongster experimental electro-acoustic
My Crow Dot uncharted territory
Joe Belknap Wall nontraditional sonic narratives
dRachEmUsiK glitch-groove ambient beats
Surreal Estate old berlin style
Spacecraft ambient space music
Dreamphonic space music
Klimchak electro-acoustic multi-instrumentalist
Kevin Spears drum step, live drum n bass, kalimba
Tenderlash retro synthpop
Mark Mahoney progressive ambient
Michael Peck progressive dark ambient
Kevin Keough contemplative sonic textures
Waveformation multidimensional polymorphic expressionism

ensembles
Zero Input Mixer : Journey of the Satellite (Bill Manganaro)
Guided Improvisation (Jack Tamul)

visuals
Michael O'Bannon
Joe Howard
Azimuth Visuals

seminars
Marc Doty
Paul Vo - Music of Acoustic Synthesis