Aaron Dilloway, EVOL, Naturkunde Museum Ostbayern at NK Berlin / Saturday, 13.09.2014
Aaron Dilloway is an experimental musician. He is an improvisor and composer originally from Brighton, Michigan who works with the manipulation of 8-Track tape loops in combination with voice, tape delays and various organic and electronic sound sources.
A founding member of the industrial noise group Wolf Eyes (1998 – 2005), Dilloway now resides in Oberlin, OH where he runs Hanson Records and Mailorder.
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros and Stephen Sharp make computer music for hooligans and deconstructed rave objects.Their work has been published on record labels like Editions Mego, Entr’acte, Presto!?, fals.ch, and their very own ALKU, and showcased in festivals, clubs, galleries and museums throughout the world.
The name of the project comes from Sambucus Ebulus (in Catalan, évol), a herbaceous species of elder with a characteristic foetid smell. Keywords: rave, synthesis, elasticity, time dilation, chronesthesia, goo, hoover, hoover-stretching, hyperobject, slime, psychedelia, horns, fluorescence.
Naturkunde Museum Ostbayern is a strict exotic pattern oriented unit. North European Morten J. Olsen (snare drum, tape delay) and South European Rubén Patiño (SuperCollider, mixer) make a sort of military danceable space music and/or Fluxus techno which blends acoustic and computer generated sounds while exploring repetitive structures and sound spatialisation.
Morten J. Olsen,from Stavanger, Norway, a musician sometimes composing – once in a blue moon involved in other arts.Summer Solstice. 1m78cm. Middle Weight.Rubén Patiño, also known as Pato, originally from Barcelona, works in the combination of electronic tonalities and visual arts.Taurus. 1m74cm. Light Heavy Weight.
Aaron Dilloway, EVOL, Naturkunde Museum Ostbayern
Saturday, 13th September 2014 | 21:00 CET
NK | Elsenstr. 52 | 2.Hinterhaus Etage 2 | 12059 Berlin Neukölln