Eric Frye, Rm Francis, Chemtrails, Anon

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Eric Frye is a composer, artist, and curator, currently residing in Minneapolis. In his compositions for live performance and installation he uses a hybrid modular synthesizer and digital signal processing to explore the perceptual organization of sound objects. His latest recording, Some Consequences of Four Incapacities, which is centered around the concept of non-orientable sound surfaces, was released in November 2015 by Portland-based imprint, Salon.

His most recent curatorial endeavor, Exploring Compositional Epistemologies, was a series of performances and lectures focusing on philosophy, sound, and linguistics, in addition to a five week installation of Florian Hecker’s Chimerization / Hinge, that took place during January and February 2015 at Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis. In April 2015, Frye recorded new pieces for multi-channel installation at Harvard University Studio for Electroacoustic Composition. During October and November 2015 Frye’s solo exhibition, a 12-channel electroacoustic diffusion, Zenzizenzizenzic, was installed at Rochester Art Center in Minnesota..

RM Francis is a computer musician living in Seattle. Since 2011, he has offered a molecularized account of possibilities within digital synthesis through live performances and recorded output. Drawing upon contemporary techniques as well as strategies drawn from the history of computer music, his works interrogate the boundaries of musical form. His cassette release Hyperplastic Other is forthcoming on Nada.

Anon (Anna Sitko) started expressing her love for music as a DJ, as well as running record labels and importing music. She also co-founded the radio show Echolocation, which was picked up by Ninja Tune’s sister online hub, PirateTV. Simulteanously, her DJ career was expanding and she was playing with the likes of Richard Devine, Adam Freeland, L’Usine, Uberzone, Juan Atkins and more. Knowing that she was missing a vital element in her career, Anon turned her focus to writing her own material. Her first live performance took place in Los Angeles alongside Tipper.


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