Deadstream 1st Birthday feat. Arma Agharta
Deadstream 1st birthday business! It's been a daft 12 months since Deadstream's first stream, and to celebrate they're bringing one of the most diverse lineups of music we've had yet - plus 8 incredible artists working across multiple drawing boards, doing VR graffiti and some VJ / projection too.
More details about the treats in store on this months stream -
Arma Agharta - Straight out of Lithuania, Arma is the absolute don of improv noise. Expect chaotic, hypnotic psychedelic rituals, dadaist humour, odd bodily movements, spontaneous improvised games and unintelligible glossolalia.
Samurai Breaks - As well as killing it at parties up and down the country and putting out some of the heftiest productions around, Sam recently brought a massive breath of fresh air to the Leeds party scene with his night Putting in Werk. Expect weighty bass bangers and vibes aplenty.
Kerry Surman - Kerry has been smashing out techno at clubs, free parties and festivals across the country over the last few years, including Bedrock, Beatherder and Solfest to name a few. Can't wait to see what Kerry has in store for the stream.
All sorts of other sounds will be brought to you by the usual Deadstream regulars LSD-Licious, DJ %username%, Rezononse and IFFYHYPE.
T.m/o - Super talented artist and poet Natasha, will be joining us for the first time on the Deadstream, no doubt bringing some 'Pauls' to liven up the drawing boards and who knows we might even see a Paul or two in VR?
Gyallrini (a.joy.sl) - We were so impressed with Amber's painting on the last stream, not only did we invite her straight back to join us again, but we also used the little dude she created as the main focal point on this months poster. ding ding... round two!
Motion by Tom - Tom has been down to VJ on the stream a couple of times now, always brining some super tight digital content / animation.
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Plus the usual Deadstream regulars HACKMANS, Warrington Levy and ADB (Andrew Brook). Thanks to Jonathan Denyer for the photo used as a background on the artwork.