Switch Hop & GetOnTheSoapBox presents: Pixelh8 and electronic guests, an evening of East Anglian Electronica supporting the John Peel Centre. They will be performing their beats blips and basslines for nothing so that all the revenue from the event goes directly to the centre itself.
Internationally renowned chiptune musician, video game designer and educator who has played all over the planet. Since 2006 he's released three studio albums, four soundtracks, two vast scale musical projects and won several awards for both his music and design work.
Support comes in the square-wave shape of:
YES YES PEOPLE it's the TIGERFORCE MEGA KRU amassing for the JPC night of East Anglian Electronica ! They are the TReen [Bad Sekta] live bass noise unit x junglis massiv wunderkind Gigante MC [Savage Rehab | V Recordings] x Kwam VJ on the modul8 TReenCAT Projections delivering a solid FULLY LIVE HARDWARE electronic mash-out of heavy bass business laced with ponies, mountains, acid squelches, dubby goodness and vintage jungle flourescence. m8 do they ever live side chain compress? Yes. They do. "TReen are very, very good live. Brilliant to watch", Rick Haugh, BBC Introducing.
Catnip And Claws -
(Hunya-Munya - Emergence - Section 27 - Hormonal Vibrationz - Collective Resonance)
Dense with textures, wet with tech, Beats, bleeps, pianos, guitars blended with synthetics and electronic trickery weaving tales and bending rules.
"Catnip and Claws pulls off track after track of dynamic, inventive and expertly constructed electronica, tempered by a surprising diversity in sound and instrumentation. It’s hard to avoid gushing like a doe-eyed fool."
Also, Emma hosts 'The Hot Tin Roof Radio Show' showcasing brand new electronica from around the globe and is the curator of the ever-growing and popular 'IDM' facebook group.
The Decibel Kid -
Audiovideo found-sound breakbeat projections
Deep, lush and melodic with a dusting of bass and breaks, reminiscent of Jamie XX
Interval DJ's , professional lighting and projector mapping will also be happening to electrify your remaining senses.
More info online at www.j.mp/switchhop
At the John Peel Centre, Church Walk, Stowmarket
On friday 22nd november from 8pm till late
The Decibel Kid is an Ipswich based audiovisual craftsman,inspired by both the pulsing movement of the dance music which he DJs and the experimental sounds of labels such as Warp Records, which he listens to in the bath.