The second in our Tiny Concert Series will feature He Can Jog and Dann Green of 4ms. Erik Schoster of He Can Jog writes synthesizer software, and Dann Green builds custom audio electronics. On January 20th, join us for an evening of experimental electronic music performed on instruments by the men that built them. Beer will be provided. BYOB is encouraged.
And the show will be broadcast on a short-range FM channel. Feel free to bring your headphones and receiver for a richer stereo experience.
He Can Jog is computer musician Erik Schoster and analog synth builder Jason Nanna from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As He Can Jog, Erik has released three full length records and a smattering of EPs, remixes, and sundry recordings on a number of small labels including Nomadic Kids Republic, Listening Party, Audiobulb Records and The Leaf Label. XLR8R calls it music to "please both laptop scientists and kids wanting something pretty to listen to while driving a car."
Dann Green (of 4ms) has been building machines to embody musical ideas since calculator watches were cool. Lately his modular synthesizer panels play with poly-rhythmic clocks, dynamic signal routing, and hardware-based video synthesis.