Posts tagged with “Live Set”.


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Another rare live laptop improvisation from LapCore in Berlin, February 2004. This 23 minute gem of a jam elegantly demonstrates the ease with which LapCore envelopes, beat bends, twists, and sculps electronic sounds into an interwoven groove complexity LIVE on STAGE.

This 320kbps stereo MP3 downLOUD is now free for distribution on the interwebs courtesy of 6i Musik and LapCore. Thank you for your continued support,

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proceed to downLOUD page here: Friday the 13th or click the album artwork.

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H.264 VIDEO ART is 100% compatible with ALL i-Stuff. FREE downLOUD, e*scapes is a live audiovisual performance reflecting on an electronic vision of nature. Taking live cinema to a new level, aetherbits and LapCore perform live electronic music to live remixed footage and vice versa. Now available as 320kbps mp3 music only or H.264 QuickTime video.

Premiered on June 10, 2006 at the Photo España festival in Madrid, Spain and subsequently performed live at SIGGRAPH 2007 (San Diego, CA, USA).

Proceed to downLOUD, click album art or here: e*scapes

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A rare live recording of a fully improvised live laptop set, this 20 minute gem exemplifies the live laptop style LapCore brought to prominence in the oughties. Live BreakCore direct from May First, 2005. MayDay!

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proceed to downloud page, click the album art or here: MayDay

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In September 2008 Kent was invited by Javier Duero to present his work with Aetherbits.net for a workshop at the MediaLab Prado in Madrid. The workshop was called ‘AVLab 1.0’ In conjunction with this event LapCore performed a short Live Laptop set for Live Broadcast on Spanish national radio (an RNE show called Fluido Rosa). This short (20 minute) set is now available to downloud for free here at LapCore.org.

Thank you very much for your support, and please leave us comments! We would love to hear what you have to say. Thank you, and enjoy the tunes!

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proceed to downloud page, click the album artwork or here: LapCore Live: AVLab 1.0

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Live recording direct from the house mains from 15th of November 2002 in Bremerhaven, Germany. This concert was a part of the Unerhört Musik Series (Unheard Music) for New Music in Bremerhaven.

Unerhoert 52: Machine Music

Die Idee einer Maschinenmusik -musica ex machina – ist knapp 100 Jahre alt. Der italienische Schriftsteller Filippo Tommaso Marinetti gelangt 1909 durch die Veröffentlichung des Manifests des FUTURISMUS zu Berühmtheit. Im Mittelpunkt der revolutionär neuen Ästhetik des Futurismus stand, die Verherrlichung der modernen Industrie- Maschinenwelt und der radikale Bruch mit der Tradition. Sein Einfluss macht sich als erstes in der Literatur bemerkbar, deren Syntax, Zeichensetzung und Typographie er mit der Einführung des Konzepts des “freien Wortes” (parola libera) revolutioniert. Aber auch in der bildenden Kunst, im Theater, im Tanz und in der Musik bewirkt er tiefgreifende Veränderungen.

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proceed to downloud page, click the album artwork or here: rEtRO fUtURA