On Saturday May 21st, the Indianapolis Electronic Music Group (IEMG) will host an evening of live music, art, video, socializing, food and drink at the Woodruff Place Town Hall 735 East Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46201.
Get your Saturday night off to a great start with good people, interesting new music, art and video.
IEMG is an organization made up of electronic and electro-acoustic musicians committed to building community and supporting each other through meetings, performances, seminars, parties, improv sessions, collaborations and workshops.
“The Oratory of Divine Love” is the radio-manipulation project of John Gore (kirchenkampf, >wirewall<). It has been in existence since the early 00’s. The goal is new music drawn from the radio wave aether that surrounds us all. It can be both noisy and surreal.
Music for the within and without.
Faux Pas Quartet, 7:45
Enjoy improvisations and songs by this eclectic and innovative quartet.
Soft and hard synths, electric bass, electronic wind instrument, a pedal tray and female vocals are used to create beats, bleepy-blurpy noises, intricate melodies, samples, and haunting vocals. Faux Pas Quartet combines free form improvisation with traditional song structure to create innovative melodies, harmony and grooves.
Warning from Space! 8:45
Members of IEMG improvise to an edit of the 1956 Japanese Sci-Fi classic.
Warning from Space! was the first Japanese science fiction film to be produced in color. In the film’s plot, starfish-like aliens disguised as humans travel to Earth to warn of the imminent collision of a rogue planet and Earth.
Featured visual artist: Elizabeth Kenney
Elizabeth Kenney’s art focuses on landscape and figurative work with elements of surrealism, symbolism, and narrative.