an algorave festival with 6 international livecoders
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Alexandra Cárdenas - [COL]
Like a opensource Che Guevara, Miss Cárdenas likes to embrace sharing and coding for a better future. Her music combines elegance and flair with guts, resulting in warm sonic adventures. Supercollider is the weapon of choice.
Alex McLean - [UK]
One of the founding fathers of the livecoding scene and the initiator of Algorave. Created his own mini language called 'Tidal', embedded in the Haskell pure functional programming language. His Algorave sets remind of Happy Hardcore, very danceable and upbeat.
Halic - [BE]
Not beattracking but datatracking. Aiming for a real connection between the senses through a digital alliance between Bohrbug and Kaosbeat. Where rhythm and sound influences image generation and image manipulation influences the music. Exploring this challenge with Overtone and Quil.
Norah Lorway - [CAN]
An insiders secret of the livecoding scene, she is one to keep an eye on. Deep and beautiful rhythmicalydriven evolving soundscapes. Supercollider in full effect.
Renick Bell - [JPN]
Like the soundtrack for a next century Manga, Renick Bell's livecoding sessions sounds like a postapocalyptical sonic spacewar.Dark and intense, with a glance of nostalgia, reminding of an abandoned arcadehall on fire.
Thor Magnusson - [UK]
Another early bird of the livecoding scene. The creator of Ixi lang, a live coding environment that presents a high entrylevel control over synth definitions and samples in Supercollider. What happens if Bill Laswell meets up with Keith Jarrett in a Cyberpunk band?