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by UEM

Improvisations with acoustic (voice, percussion) and electronic (synth, laptop, guitar, circuit bent toys) instruments.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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2. Grund
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3. Blau
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4. Binärkode
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6. Gedrängel
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For a very short time, there was an art gallery called Dangerous Curve in downtown Los Angeles. The Building was actually on a curve (though it wasn't really dangerous). It was a large room, with really great acoustics. In 2007, the owners started having a weekly music series. UEM was invited to perform there three times. This recording is from our second visit. By this time, Jilli and I had been performing together for around a year. Andy's first gig with UEM had been a few months earlier when we played Dangerous Curve the first time. This is the only recording of this line up. Shortly after, Jilli decided to leave in order to work on her own project, spacekitti.


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