Saturday, February 15, 2014

NOISE to SIGNAL 0.20: Philippe Petit Live

NOISE to SIGNAL 0.20: Philippe Petit Live

DATE: Mar-­1, 2014
TIME: 8:00 PM
VENUE: Music Room, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity
135 Junction Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong (Lok Fu MTR Exit B)


Philippe Petit (FR)
Ahkok Wong (HK)
Error: Wrong (HK)

Jointly presented by Re-Records & Twenty Alpha

Venue sponsor: HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

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About Philippe Petit:
Philippe Petit regards himself as a "musical travel agent" instead of a composer.

Since the early 2000s he have been performing the world, playing festivals all over Europe, Canada, USA, Mexico, Australia & Asia...etc. His works have been released by several international labels such as Aagoo, Southern UK, Monotype, Alrealon Musique, Beta Lactam Ring, Sub Rosa, HomeNormal, Important, HelloSquare, Public Eyesore, Utech, Staubgold, etc.

To compose music, he uses various instruments or devices, though most notably an Electric Psalterion + Hackbrett Cymbalum + Caterpillar Drum Guitars built by Yuri Landman + turntables as well as a computer and synths to build up electronic layers, process acoustic and field recordings. On top of these, he also make use of various non-musical materials and objects such as glasses, pieces of wood, stones, or percussive objects, as well as taking advantage of vinyl material to fondle released sounds.

Dealing with Electroacoustics, he relies on electricity/amplification to produce, manipulate, work on sound-material, but trying his best to explore various genres and make sure that each of my albums differs from the previous one, trying to avoid routine to surprise the listeners.

As journalist for various magazines/radios since 1983, as well as a musical activist, he has celebrated 30 years of activism, sharing musical passions...

He is also the man behind the cult labels Pandemonium Rdz. and BiP_HOp.

About Re-Records & NOISE to SIGNAL:
Re-Records is a record label initiated by experimental / electro-acoustic duo No One Pulse from Hong Kong. With Re, we don’t solely aim to be an outlet for releasing self-initiated or other affiliated projects, but also for artists and releases we deem interesting.

Noise to Signal is a performance series for improvised noise and experimental music within the context of performing art. Artists who had performed in our concert series:
… (CH), ~1escV? (FR), 23N! (JP), Achun (MO), adeo (HK), After Doom (HK), ahshun aka bjornho (HK), Alexei Borisov (RU), Alfred 23 Harth (DE), Alok (HK), ASTMA (RU), Black Zenith (SG), Brian O’Reilly (SG), Burnie (MO), Caligine (IT), Christiaan Virant (FM3), Circuitrip (SG), Claudio Rocchetti (IT), Composers Union of New Tunes (HK), Crosshair (MO), Da Xiao (CN), Dawang Huang the Black Wolf (TW), Dickson Dee (HK), dj sniff (NL), DJ Urine (FR), Diode (HK), e:ch (MO), Error: Wrong (HK), Eva Tana (MO), Everdark (HK), Fiona Lee (HK), Forget the G (MO), Fritz Welch (UK), Fumiko Ikeda (JP), Gary War (US), Gentle Ohm (VN), Go Koyashiki (JP), Gregory Buttner (DE), Heivard (HK), Heroses (HK), High Wolf (FR), iii (HK), James Fei (US), Joao Vasco Paiva (HK), Jun-Y CIAO (CN), Kazuhisa Uchihashi (JP), Kevin Pan (HK), Klaus Janek (IT), KLC_NIR (CN), KWC (HK), Laurent Valdès (CH), LAVY (MO), Li YangYang (CN), Li Zenghui (CN), Lin Zhiying (CN), Matija Schellander (AT), Margie Tong (HK), Mei ZhiYong (CN), Meta Fog (HK), Naturalismo (IT), Nerve (HK), No One Pulse (HK), noid (AT), Oetzi.P (HK), Olaf Hochherz (DE), Olga Nosova (RU), Patrick Donze (CH), Purple Pilgrims (NZ), Ricardo da Silva (CH), Richard Francis (NZ), Sascia Pellegrini (IT), Shelf-Index (HK), Sherman (HK), shotahirama (JP), Sin:Ned (HK), sinek (MO), Syndrome WPW (CH), Taishi Kamiya (JP), Tetragrammaton (JP), The Invisible Frog and Time Machine aka Ronez (CN), The Language Lab (HK), Toshikazu Goto (JP), ::vtol:: (RU), WhyOceans (MO), Wilmer Ongsitco Chan (HK), Wilson Tsang (HK), wyxmm (SG), Yan Jun (CN), Yang Xiu (CN), Yellow Crystal (HK), Yukitomo Hamasaki (JP), Zbigniew Karkowski (PL), ZenLu (CN), ZHANG You-Sheng (TW)…

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