This concert takes place at Vox Populi Gallery, which is located at 319 N. 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia.
Chris Benedetto Madak is the man behind the long-running electronic music project Bee Mask as well as the Deception Island label. Performing in New York, Cleveland and now Philadelphia, his work plumbs the history of electronic and tape music, using synthesizers, sequencers, tape, and other electronics to reference German kosmische, musique concrete, noise, minimal techno and drone. His most recent work was released by Spectrum Spools, an offshoot of the esteemed Editions Mego label. Past work has used computers, lightsensitive electronics, homemade tone generators, and other bespoke devices. For this concert, he’ll give the world premiere of a new piece inspired by the Sonic Arts Union composers.
Following the concert, please join us for the after-party at the Trestle Inn, located at 339 N. 11th Street.
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