Tuesday, March 03, 2009

little-scale and Chris Soole Gig Last Night










Chris Soole and I played a set last night at the Wheatsheaf as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival. I felt it went pretty well, and Chris seemed happy with it too. I should point out that I had not met Chris before we went on stage, and that Chris had never heard of chiptune before last night.

If given the chance, I would happily play another show with Chris, I had a great time last night and his attitude was fantastic - what a great guy.

You can download an audio recording of the set here.

4 comments:

Richard said...

This is an interesting approach to performing electro-acoustic music. I find that it is difficult to have fast variety while doing electronic music. What I mean is it is hard to be musically spontaneous and impulsive with electronics. But with an acoustic instrument, this can come naturally. It seems like a good mix to have the diversity of an acoustic instrument with the dimensionality of electronics.

Rei Yano said...

sup little scale! What piece of equipment is that on top of the little coffee table next to the DS lite?

Sebastian Tomczak said...

@ Richard: Thanks for your comment :)

@ Rei Yano: On the coffee table there is a DS lite, a GBA SP and a little mixer :)

Rei Yano said...

if you don't mind me asking what kind of mixer? I am in the market for a smaller mixer to accompany 2 gameboys...