VJ set at Space in the Living Room, July 8

I am doing a VJ set at a 12 hour party in a couple weeks.  Expect the microscope setup and other fun things.

Early bird tickets here: https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?982932

Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/496042317399933/

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Live set at Good Room, May 5

very excited to try out some new things on this amazing lineup next friday.  check it out:

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/1412583432125059/

QUO VADIS PRESENTS...

Good Room
Demdike Stare [Modern Love] - Live
Regis [ Downwards Records] - DJ set
Abby Echiverri - Live
Maria Chavez - DJ set

BAD ROOM
Covert Joy - DJ set

Quo Vadis is proud to welcome back beloved Manchester two-piece Demdike Stare to Brooklyn on May 5th with Downwards Records label boss Regis. Joining them will be Brooklyn's Abby Echiverri and Maria Chavez. QV residents Covert Joy will take over the Bad Room from open to close. 

~~~ DEMDIKE STARE ~~~
Demdike Stare is a collaboration between Sean Canty and Miles Whittaker, two childhood friends from the North of England with voracious appetites for record collecting. After years spent mining vinyl bins for source material, the pair started collaborating in earnest back in 2008, re-appropriating sounds they had spent a lifetime cataloguing into weird and immersive music of their own. The project went on to produce a string of albums that were largely guided by the occult and the strange symbolism their surroundings in Pendle provided, but as a number of intriguing DDS mixtapes released over the last couple of years indicated, the project was starting to head in unexpected directions.The duo recently released Wonderland, the highly awaited LP that follows their Testpressing series and 2012 album Elemental. Their latest effort combines industrial, ambient, and techno with striking jungle rhythms. 

~~~ REGIS ~~~
Karl O'Connor is most certainly Regis and it is also highly probable that he propagates other pseudonyms. This has only added to the greater mythology surrounding the influential Downwards label that he has run with fellow art terrorist Peter Sutton (Female) since 1993. Unconventional and single-minded to say the least (what label can boast a back catalogue free of the industry standard cash cow remix) by decentralising the focus on the DJ/producer personality, he remains one of the more highly regarded creative forces within the British techno/electronic scene. Degenerate art indeed.

~~~ ABBY ECHIVERRI ~~~
Abby Echiverri is an NYC electronic and visual artist. Her music is influenced by her experience working with audio equipment, classical training, and a love of composing on unfamiliar or obsolete machinery.

~~~ MARIA CHAVEZ ~~~
Born in Lima, Peru and based in New York City, Maria Chávez is best known as an abstract turntablist and sound artist. Accidents, coincidence and failures are themes that unite her sound sculptures, installations and other works with her improvised solo turntable performances. 

+ COVERT JOY (Open to Close) in The Bad Room

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Doors at 10pm / 21+
Good Room / 98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn NY
www.quovadisproductions.com/

Abby on DIY Recording Equipment Podcast

I recently was asked some questions about analog synthesizers.  Listen here: https://www.diyrecordingequipment.com/blogs/podcast/analog-synth-diy-with-abby-echiverri

DIYRE

From the website:

Analog Synth DIY with Abby Echiverri

I've often fantasized about building a huge analog synth. But besides the obstacles of cost and not having a spare room in my house for it, I've always found the DIY synth world to be a bit intimidating.
In this podcast, synth wizard Abby Echiverri walks me through the basics, such as:
Is it feasible to build your own synth?
How much should I budget?
What are the basic modules I need to build?
Abby is a composer, DJ, DIYer, and audio gear designer. I caught up with her when she was on the road as the synth/keyboard tech for Soulwax.
Download the mp3 or subscribe via iTunes

Soulwax Spring Tour

I'm on the road as synth tech for Soulwax's spring tour.  Here are the dates, and you can check out more dates for this summer at www.soulwax.com.

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03-29 Milan, Italy - Magazzini Generali
03-30 Zurich, Switzerland - Halle 622
03-31 Cologne, Germany - Live Music Hall
04-01 Berlin, Germany - Huxleys                                             
04-03 Paris, France - Elysee Montmartre                   
04-04 Amsterdam, Holland - Paradiso                                            
04-05 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg - Rockhal                                  
04-07 Lille, France - L’Aeronef                                
04-08 London, England - Electric Brixton                           
04-09 Manchester, England - Ritz                                        
04-11 Brussels, Belgium - Ancienne Belgique      

Live set at Nothing Changes 2/15

Dope lineup for this upcoming live show:

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P.P.G
colaborative efforts of Lili (51717) and Katie Rose (Further Reductions) combining their unique skils and mixtures of ipad and eurorack synthesis platforms

Abby Echiverri
Sound Engineer and long time NYC electronic scene contributor Abby Echiverri makes her Nothing Changes Debut as a solo artist

Orphan Swords
Brussels-based duo Orphan Swords focus on massive beatmaking, throbbing industrial soundscapes and wild performances with something of a darkwave – EBM – experimental blend
https://soundcloud.com/orphanswords

DJ's Ciarra Black + Nihar (Surface Tension / Ascetic House) 

New Years at the End of the Universe

Playing live on New Years Day:

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Live /
David Hykes
Certain Creatures
Birds of Prey
Abby Echiverri
Radere
Borne (US)

DJ /
Patrick Russell (Ambient set)
Clay Wilson
Ken Meier
Nihal Ramchandani
JD Harrington
Matthew Patterson Curry

Visual /
Candace Price
Sloane Solley
Joshue Ott
Nathan Townes-Anderson
Todd Polenberg
Sarah Porter

Sound by Boum Creative

Kava available from Brooklyn Kava

Food and drink sponsors include:
INVO Coconut Water
44º North Vodka
Anita's Coconut Yogurt
Plant Organics

We converge this New Year’s Eve to listen deeply, meditate on what was, and to what comes next. Offering an alternative to thumping parties, we have space for reflection in an immersive and comfortable environment. Curious spacious sounds put this year to bed and harmonic resonances welcome in the new year. Light eats will be served as well as an assortment of beverages. Pass through or stay the entire time.