Digital Envelope explores the digital realm of electronic music with multiple artists presenting their unique sonic manipulations of ones and zeroes. With live performances by Aeriae, KOshowKO, Random Acts of Elevator Music, Ross Bencina (Audiomulch), Iubar Project and WiLL.i.ROMS, experience iPad virtuosity, live coding, bit-crushed sonics and the bleeps of obsolete soundcards. Visuals by Object_State.
Clan Analogue celebrates 25 years of independent Australian electronic music-making with a two-night festival at Bar 303. Friday night’s ‘Digital Envelope’ explores the multi-faceted digital realm of electronic music while Saturday night’s ’Analogue Coordinates’ sees some of Melbourne’s idiosyncratic analogue technology performers in a spontaneous one-off collaboration.
Getting a glimpse into the world of Clan Analogue as I did at Analogue Redux was both inspiring and fascinating. Seeing some of the deeply underground artists involved with the collective was amazing, and getting to be involved in an improvised session of musical creation with different types of people was incredibly fun. For their first Fringe season, Clan Analogue have certainly set themselves up as a hard act to top. (speakertv.com)