Live Late: AlgoRave

Friday 18 November 2016 8:00pm - 1:00am
£6 advance, £8 OTD
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"The scene at an algorave is often what you'd expect from any good techno night - a dark room, engaging visuals. a decent, bass-heavy speaker set-up, and lots of people ready to dance. .. performers at algoraves respond to each other and the audience in real time, often projecting the lines of code onto the walls as they type. lt’s coding as improvisation and experiment.." - The Wire magazine

Join us for an extra special Live Late teaming up with Sheffield's brand new ALGOMECH festival, Algorave + DANGERNOISE audio, to bring together top algorithmic and mechanical dance music producers and visualists from around the world, featuring:

AlgoBabez (UK) - Joanne + Shelly from England's North, whose live coded synths+patterns are rocking algoraves around the world. 

Lil data (PC Music/UK) - the guerrilla live coder amongst the PC Music roster, Lil data explores the experimental edge of bedroom techno pop. 

Graham Dunning (Seagrave/UK) - "Mechanical Techno" from NTS Fractal Meat selector. 

Renick Bell (Uiq/UK) - brings his Fractal Beats sound from Tokyo. His forward-thinking take on algorave can be heard on upcoming releases on UIQ, Halcyon Veil + Beatgatherers. 

Kindohm (US) - Kindohm is Mike Hodnick, master of the TidalCycles environment, importing his melodic, cut up algorithmic techno all the way from Minnesota. 

Sick Lincoln (UK) - Algorave co-founder returns to the 0s and 1s with some classics and his new autom8 techno generator. 

Rituals (UK) is digital artist, livecoder and experimental visualist from Manchester. Dan uses a combination of live coding, video mixing, broken GIFs and glitchy live inputs to create improvised and unpredictable audio-reactive visuals. is here to stimulate your eyes with live coded visuals from the west country. With over 25 years’ experience of looking at things, her visuals are completely improvised using Fluxus, often using audio input to make visuals come alive. 

Please note this is an 18+ event - ROAR.

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