Posted by Tilde New Music and Sound Art on Monday, 2 January 2017 Excited to announce iubar project‘s performance at the upcoming Tilde New Music and Sound Art Festival on January 21st 2017 in Melbourne. Beside playing as iubar, I will contribute to two collaborative performances at the same festival. Here is a quick improvised jam from […]
If you’re into synths and happen to be in Melbourne, catch me speaking about ‘Digital Affordances of iOS-based Synthesisers’ at the 2nd Annual Synthposium on Monday the 14th of November. Click on the poster below for further info.
The story of ‘Whispers’ goes back quite a few years, all the way to 2006 when Martin K composed the track with Ceri Hale, who played with him in KOshowKO at that time. Lyrically the song represents concern for the affairs of the world, and yet offers some hopeful consolation as well as a call […]
It was nice to end 2015 and start 2016 with gigs at a great Melbourne venue, featuring outdoor video and sound broadcasts on the city’s main square and live online streaming. December 29th – KOshowKO‘s live set at Deakin Edge, Federation Square January 2nd 2016 – Philosophy Of Sound DJ set at Deakin Edge, Federation Square
Ableton Link is a new technology that keeps devices in time over a wireless network. Given that it’s also more or less Xmas time, what better way to test Link than making a quick Xmas tune? I used a bunch of Link enabled iPad apps such as Korg Gadget, iKaossilator and Patterning as well as the […]
In the last months KOshowKO’s tracks have been released on 3 excellent compilation albums. First is the double vinyl from Emerald & Doreen featuring ‘It’s Time Now (Marbeya Sound Remix)‘. It’s the first vinyl release from the German imprint and their 100th so far! The album is limited to only 100 copies on marbled pink and green […]
In January 2015, I had the enormous pleasure of playing a very special retrospective DJ mix featuring my various music projects and remixes on the Polish radio show called Kluboteka, which airs on the national Czwórka radio. Bert, who is the host, was very generous to give me half of his two hour long show […]