Tag Archives: Tony Gerber

Tonight on “Music from last Thursday” 8-20-13

Tonight on radio.electro-music.com 15:00-17:00 EDT, 19:00-21:00 GMT
#nerdhop Bleepy, blurpy, glitchy, swirling improvisations by Faux Pas Quartet . Recorded music by Pas Musique, Gerber and Gerber and Twyndllyngs.

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Playlist 8-20-13

1. Pas Musique, Live at MEME 2013 – 25:45

2. Faux Pas Quartet, Live Improvisation – about 16:00

3. Twyndllyngs, Live at MEME 2013 – 28:30

4. Faux Pas Quartet, Live Improvisation – about 16:00

5. Gerber and Gerber, Live at MEME 2013 – 29:52


Tonight on “Music from last Thursday” 8-15-13

Tonight on radio.electro-music.com 20:00-22:00 EDT, 00:00-02:00 GMT (Friday)
#nerdhop Bleepy, blurpy, glitchy, swirling improvisations by Faux Pas Quartet . Recorded music by Pas Musique, Gerber and Gerber and Twyndllyngs.

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Playlist 8-15-13

1. Pas Musique, Live at MEME 2013 – 25:45

2. Faux Pas Quartet, Live Improvisation – about 16:00

3. Twyndllyngs, Live at MEME 2013 – 28:30

4. Faux Pas Quartet, Live Improvisation – about 16:00

5. Gerber and Gerber, Live at MEME 2013 – 29:52


MEME 2013 Featured Artist – Gerber & Gerber

Gerber & Gerber will be appearing at MEME 2013
Friday night 10:40-11:10.

MEME 2013, The Midwest Electro-Music Experience.
Music for Adventurous Listeners
August 2-3, Irving Theater, Indianapolis, IN
35 Musicians from around the USA. Workshops, Video, Visual Artists
Join the MEME 2013 FaceBook Event
Buy Tickets Now!

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Gerber and Gerber is a electro music duo with brothers Tony and Todd Gerber. They started performing as children together in the early 70s, but have most recently been honing their other worldly music together again after several years of working on their individual solo work.

Todd Gerber was an early adopter of looping techniques back in the 1980s and has had several projects over the years including Dinah Shore, Jr, Umlaut and Port of Saints. He actively records and explores musical horizons in his home studio in Nashville, TN.

Tony Gerber is a veteran space music artist with over 30 recordings, music scores for films, and planetarium shows and soundtracks to virtual world installations. His internationally recognized live space music group, Spacecraft, has scored music for films including Paramount’s “Vanilla Sky”. He has performed live concerts in planetariums, museums, galleries and festivals around the US. Tony is a pioneer of live space and ambient music, and has performed over 1500 concerts of his unique music on the virtual world grid in the past 7 years.

 


2-14-13 Tonight on “Music from last Thursday”

#nerdhop Bleepy, blurpy, glitchy, live improvisations by Faux Pas Quartet. Recorded music by Richard Lainhart and Tony Gerber.
Tonight on radio.electro-music.com 20:00-22:00 PM ET, 01:00-03:00 GMT (Friday)
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Playlist 2-14-13

1. Faux Pas Quartet, Comply – 29:37

2. Richard Lainhart, Live @ Alfa Art Gallery 4-8-11 – 29:53

3. Faux Pas Quartet, Liquid white ecstasy – 21:22

4. Tony Gerber, Colour my dream – 09:21

5. Tony Gerber, Dream blue – 16:51

6. Tony Gerber, 06:10


Music from last Thursday, Episode #42

MflT Episode #42, 6-2-11

Episode 42 on electro-music.com radio  featuring live improvisations by Faux Pas Quartet. Recorded music by Richard Lainhart and Tony Gerber.

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Music from last Thursday electro-music.com radio

Tuesday 20:00-22:00 GMT and Friday 01:00-03:00 GMT

Two hours of bleepy, blurpy, glitchy electro-acoustic and electronic improvisations with faux pas quartet and friends on electro-music.com radio.

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Episode #42, 6-2-11 MflT playlist

1. Faux Pas Quartet, Comply – 29:37
2. Richard Lainhart, Live @ Alfa Art Gallery 4-8-11 – 29:53
3. Faux Pas Quartet, Liquid white ecstasy – 21:22
4. Tony Gerber, Colour my dream – 09:21
5. Tony Gerber, Dream blue – 16:51
6. Tony Gerber, Dream 06:10


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