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Gig Alert: Unsound Festival New York Opening

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Unsound Festival New York Opening
Wednesday at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center
(1941 Broadway, U.W.S.)
Get: Tickets ($20-30) | Directions

Ben Frost - “Thin Ice (Ben Frost Mix)”

Daníel Bjarnason - “Sorrow conquers Happiness”

Even in a city mired in arts festivals, the Unsound Festival offers something truly different: a space where classical meets punk, remixing meets composition, and pop meets pure walls of glitchy noise.

Founded in Krakow, Poland in 2003 and first franchised here in 2010, Unsound presents a week of concerts, panels, and sound laboratories geared towards linking the experimental impulses of the institutional and the underground.

Wednesday night’s kick-off at Lincoln Center promises to be strange and sublime. It features the music of Steve Reich, Polish legend Krzysztof Penderecki, and a new orchestral work composed by two young hot-shots: “Music for Solaris” by Daniel Bjarnason and Ben Frost.

Frost’s work often includes dance music remixes (see above) and thrashing guitars. Plus, he’s fresh off a Rolex mentorship with Brian Eno. Tonight, Eno will be behind a projector doing “film manipulations.”

For the full Unsound schedule, visit the festival's Web site.

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Frederic from Europe

Here are some great links that i found!!! its a documentary of Unsound....very nice!!!

http://playgroundmag.net/playtv

Apr. 06 2011 05:07 AM

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