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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2003 7:11 am    Post subject: Today! - Ambitention Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

December's Ambitention presents Mutation Vector and Jeff Sampson -- more sound excursions beyond the norm.
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From New Jersey, Mutation Vector bring their synthesized explorations pushing at the boundaries of organic chaos, ordered electronics, and demented ambience. The duo of Greg Waltzer and James Lacey play music that's retro-styled while still being experimental and completely original. It's alive, improvised and constantly morphing, constrained only by it's need for fun.

Waltzer and Lacey have been playing together since 1999 and have three CDs to their credit (Grimly Oblivious, Lava Stigmata, and Placebo Merchant). Greg Waltzer is the driving force (the "Vector") behind Mutation Vector, doing most of the programming, composing, and production. James Lacey is the mutant component, adding his unrestrained and uniquely demented style of sonic mayhem that gives Mutation Vector a character unlike anything else.
http://waltzer.crosswinds.net/mutationvector/mutation.htm

The voice of Jeff Sampson is familiar to those who've heard Central New England's Embracing the Glass. This acappella soundscape performance will prompt your imagination to places voices don't normally go.
www.toadware.net/personal/personal.html

Pre-show and between sets music by DJ elyziadavid.
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Ambitention is an ongoing series of ambient, electronic, experimental and space musics. There are always two performing artists/groups who collaborate/improvise together for the third set.

Ambitention #11 will take place on Saturday December 13, 2003
at the Worcester Artist Group, 38 Harlow St, Worcester, MA

first set at 9 --- $5 admission --- all ages

www.toadware.net/ambitention.html

Coming in 2004: Haslam (deep, deep drones and waves of sonic visualizations); The 10th Planet (retro-styled space music with a thoroughly modern outlook); Technology Will Fail (further proof that music can live for today without forgetting the past).
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2003 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Break a leg, Greg,

Let us know how it goes.
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