Addictive TV - Orchestra Of Samples | Crescent Arts Centre Belfast  | Sat 17th November 2018 Lineup

Addictive TV - Orchestra Of Samples

Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast

Saturday 17th November 2018

9:00pm til 11:45pm

Minimum Age: 18

We are excited to welcome to Belfast duo Addictive TV as they perform their latest audiovisual sampling extravaganza, Orchestra of Samples.

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Addictive TV - Orchestra Of Samples on Saturday 17th November 2018

Take over 200 musicians from nearly 30 countries and imagine that they never met but are sampled, combined and reimagined to create new music of extraordinary unique fusions crossing multiple styles and cultures.

Six years in the making, the pair filmed improvised recording sessions with musicians around the world, then ingeniously sampled and spliced them together to create the project. The result is a digital supergroup of international artists who never met, but play together on-screen.

Orchestra of Samples features top musicians in their field and documents a range of unusual localised instruments on recordings made in Brazil, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Senegal, Colombia, across Europe and even Bhutan in the Himalayas!

Join them on this unique musical journey without borders!

“Ingenious and compelling” The Times

“The show celebrates cultural commonalities in all their polysyllabic richness: otherwise wildly disparate sources interact with and complement one another in enthrallingly unexpected ways” The Quietus

“Addictive TV create the perfect integration of audio and visual technologies in their thrilling live show” Huffington Post

“A glimpse into the very essence of music” Cultured Vultures

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