Interface LA feat. Mike Slott, Moldover, Peter Kirn, Nonagon, Rich DDT & more

Starting off 2012 with a bang, Interface LA teams up with Novation, Create Digital Music, Lovetech & controllerism.com to bring you another epic night of audiovisual performances & interactive installations. Mike Slott (NYC) joins us for a rare west-coast appearance - nuff said. Lovetech (SF) invades LA - Moldover, Nonagon & Rich DDT roll down the coast to showcase their bay-area breed of controllerism. Peter Kirn (NYC) of Create Digital Music comes through for a special set. As always - performances from our Interface LA collective, visuals by OICHO and interactive installations.

9pm - $10 - Bootleg Theater

Tickets: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/82413

Interface LA is teaming up with S.C.U.M. (SoCal Users of Monomes) this month to present a monome-centric workshop/ performance event. Live audiovisual performances from an epic lineup of monomists, including monome themselves - Brian Crabtree & Kelli Cain. Presentations by Alfred Darlington and interactive explorers Flip Mu.

All are welcome! Whether you are still trying to figure out how to pronounce monome, or are a seasoned button masher - we’re sure you’ll have a blast.

Downtown Independent
251 S. Main St
7pm-12am
$10 Presale ::: $15 @ Door

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Interface LA feat. Lucky Dragons & many more!
Friday, Nov. 18 - Bootleg Theater - 9pm - 1am - $10

Interface LA will kick-off at the Bootleg Theater with special guests Lucky Dragons and Mike Gao. Come out for a very special presentation of Lucky Dragons’ incredibly unique tactile interface, followed by an interactive performance. Mike Gao will share with us his latest music tool for the iPad, as well as his exceptional live beats.  The night begins with performances from Interface LA’s core collective: ro, Altitude Sickness, OICHO and Merbert Moover.  As well, our kick-off night will feature interactive installations from members of CrashSpace.

In case you’ve been sleeping for the last few years:
Lucky Dragons “have presented interactive performances and installations in a wide variety of contexts—including MOCA Los Angeles, The Smell, Smithsonian’s Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Whitney Museum of American Art (as part of the 2008 Whitney Biennial), The Kitchen and PS1 in New York, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, REDCAT and LACMA in Los Angeles, Frankfurt’s Schirn Kunsthalle, ICA London, ICA Philadelphia, and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.“

When Mike Gao isn’t creating cutting edge music tools, he’s producing beats for the likes of Machina Muerte, Alpha Pup, Plug Research, All City, etc, and pleasing crowds across the states and beyond.