Touch Conference

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Wed., May 4, 8:30 p.m. 2016
Holocene Buckman (Portland)
$10
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Philip Jeck is probably best known for his 1993 performance of Vinyl Requiem, involving 180 record players and 11 visual projectors. After 20 years, Jeck continues to sample and repurpose discarded vinyl recordings into verdant soundscape compositions. He is a career-long Touch artist, and the label's Touch Conference West Coast tour presents a unique opportunity to see his newest directions sharing a bill with the minimal "damaged" modular synth work of Mark Van Hoen, the natural sound manipulation of Simon Scott, and the unpredictable sometimes-he-hits-himself-with-a-metal-pipe noise music of Portland's Daniel Menche. SUZETTE SMITH

Holocene

1001 SE Morrison Portland, OR 97214 Venue website

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