My fellow Ember Music artist Daniel Davis and I recently played a live electronic soundtrack to the 1985 cult-classic anime film Angel's Egg (天使のたまご Tenshi no Tamago). The event was the first show in what we hope will become a series of shows at the amazing Scarecrow Video in Seattle entitled "Live Soundtracks to Strange Films."
Last year I was asked by Imogen Heap to contribute my short film "Bees" to her Love The Earth Concert/Film performance at the Royal Albert Hall. Well the film is finally coming to the public and will debut on April 22, 2012 (Earth Day) at 7.30 pm BST in the form of a 90 Minute Live Event from Imogen's Garden.
For more information about this event and to RSVP for the live stream:
- Read Imogen’s blog post about the event
- Check when the event starts in your timezone
- Visit the Facebook event page
On May 14th I joined my good friend Daniel Davis on stage for the first-ever live show of his musical project Carl Sagan's Ghost. I created some amazing visuals to go with the performance... They're a little blown out in the performance video but if you hit play on both videos below you can see the performance and the visuals at the same time...
I will be joining my good friend Daniel Davis on stage as a member of Carl Sagan's Ghost for this Live ambient showcase:
Friday, May 14, 2010 at 10:30pm
Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 4:00am
All good sagas are best left with an epic ending. This is the last chapter of our story weaving the last subtitles of the tale and leaving us with a wonderment and a sense of resolve.
This event was planned from the beginning to go thru it's stages of development and end on the forth evening. We would be honored to have you at the last of the showcase, and help us end this saga with a climatic finish.
The plot thickens with ambient development by:
Carl Sagan's Ghost (11:00pm)
Rich la Chapelle
Mary Gossard (live keyboard)
We will also be having some stellar live art by Jeremiah Hammer. Interesting edibles provided by Phi and Beck. More details will become clear as the story develops.
We look forward to seeing you there!