Yo, it’s Steve here. After reviewing my soundcloud page, I realized that I have ended up with 80 tracks posted that I recorded while playing on my hardware setup as it’s evolved over the past year. I posted it as an album on Bandcamp, so check it out!
Next year I’ll try not to schedule my out of town vacation during the same weekend as subzero 🙂 -steve
If you ever wondered how we do our thing, take a listen to this podcast that our friend Dev Addison Bhat recorded with us! Our segment begins at 21:36.
Thanks very much to Peff (!!), Mr. Kurt Kurasaki for recording our performance at Binary Society 07!
Earlier this year we participated in a really awesome series of events in the south SF bay area called Binary Society! Danny Kim, the creator of this set of events, has been a fantastic force who has brought many many new people into the fold, and for that I’m eternally grateful. Check out this awesome video, too:
ok, so squad, here’s one of our goals for next year: Let’s get some traction on this page:
It’s been a year of transitions for me (steve) and our show calendar has been light so far this year. We played at SubZERO 2015, and it was awesome, and we were also asked back to Santa Cruz MAH’s GLOW festival. I have a bit more mental bandwidth, so I was able to put together a couple of videos compiling the various video and audio recordings we took of the event. This video in particular is the second set of our performance. There’s a video of the first hour out there… this is the better set, imho.
Once again, Santa Cruz showed us a ton of support and appreciation for what we’re trying to do, and we had an amazingly fun time. The Museum of Art and History has some serious mojo going on, and they should be a model for community arts organizations to emulate. You’d be incredibly lucky to replicate what they’re doing. Anyway, check them out if you’re in the santa cruz area! http://www.santacruzmah.org/
Another fun show, this time in Santa Cruz at the Museum of Art and History for their event titled “GLOW: A Festival of Fire and Light”. And I just want to say how incredibly impressed I am with the organizational power this group has. I’ve never been treated so well, fed so well, and helped so much with setup and teardown. Truly an incredible team of staff and volunteers they have there. I want to thank them so much for the invitation to play, we had a great time!
We finally have some music processed to sell. 🙂 Check out some highlights from a recent 4.5 hour long set. Photo credit: freddie vega