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Old 05.04.2014, 07:14 PM   #56
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lots of music over the long weekend.
highlights:

Bill Orcutt playing acoustic set in a church at edition mego showcase at donaufestival. First time I've seen him live... big yes!
Compound Eye were good.
Jackie-O were surprisingly enjoyable too.

Best thing about the festival where the art installations though.
Spent a good hour in Emi Honda and Jordan McKenzie Music Temple:



 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2Fb7Oktyrc




I like it and yet I'm conflicted, human musicians could have done something just as interesting musically, but I guess that is sort of the opposite of the point isn't it? This is electronic yet acoustic music simultaneously, as an art piece it is brilliant. As a musical composition? Its just ok..
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