[rumori] Invitation to participate in webstream this Friday with People Like Us and Detritus.net


From: Vicki Bennett (peoplelikeusATmistral.co.uk)
Date: Sun Mar 11 2001 - 18:47:25 PST


THE STREAMING LOUNGE : 7.30PM - 9.30PM (GMT) : Friday 16th March

People Like Us, Hull Time Based Arts and Detritus take great pride
and delight in announcing The Streaming Lounge - the broadcast of two
simultaneous audio streams of live sound collage performance.

Hope you can join us this Friday for an audience participation
webstream. two streams: one from PLU in the UK and one from Detritus
in the US. The streams will be feeding from each other and we hope
that you will feed from us and respond in the following ways:

You will have the opportunity to phone in with your recordings,
upload mp3s, post up jpegs of you listening to the show (with your
favourite beverage please!), to spew mess in the chat room (which
will be projected onto the wall of the Streaming Lounge in Hull) and
watch a very blurry looking webcam shot of some strangers moving very
fast very slowly. If you live in the north of England then maybe you
would like to come along to the event AT Time Based Arts, 42 High
Street, in Hull's picturesque Old Town, from 7.30pm for a couple of
hours with free Yorkshire Tea!

Below are the details for participation and listening.

People Like Us stream (including, by Friday - chatroom, webcam):
http://www.timebase.org/
Detritus stream: http://www.detritus.net/events/streaming_lounge/

Phone People Like Us on the 16th March (7.30-9.30pm uk time ONLY in
these hours) : 01482 216446 (+44 1482 216446 if you are outside the
UK). As soon as the phone picks up you will be on the air. Do not
expect a verbal response, you'll monitor yourself on the telephone
and a few days later maybe even on the webstream, ha ha.
Upload your mp3s and jpegs this for inclusion in the
broadcast/website: http://www.detritus.net/cgi-bin/uploader
Special mp3 download with invitation: http://www.peoplelikeus.org/lounge.htm

Thank you in advance,

Vicki and Steev
P L U Detritus

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Other news:

PLU AND MATMOS SPLIT 12"

Wicked Witch Records http://www.wickedwitchrecords.com is pleased to
announce a split twelve inch by People Like Us and Matmos. Having
both applied cut-up sampling techniques to country and western
subject matter (Matmos on "The West" and, more recently, People Like
Us on their latest album "A Fistful of Knuckles"), plans were hatched
for a collaborative live performance in which each group would
perform the other's songs. As rumours of the "campfire" theme
circulated, nervous club owners, fearing property damage, all backed
out. But the idea of a split project seemed too good to resist, and
so a split record of campfire cut-ups, scratched vinyl square dance
calls and defective banjo solos was born. People Like Us'
"Home-Roam-Play" compresses the sampled riffs, stuttering vocal tics,
and twangy country n western snippets from A Fistful of Knuckles into
a Jive Bunny "Megamix" that gallops relentlessly across the entire
album's terrain of sunlit ranches and crazed yodel-fests. Across its
six minutes, Vicki Bennett's exquisite sense of comic timing never
dips into a repetitive rut, instead staggering the Tourette's
syndrome singalongs and turntable shootouts with some surprisingly
tranquil acoustic guitar-based comedowns. On "Work-All-Day", Matmos
see and raise the preponderance of mangled clichZs from the Olde
West with a few stereotyped musical representations of the "exotic"
East for good measure. Halfway through the chirpily cut-up
proceedings, a starkly isolated voice attempts and fails to sing
"Home on the Range", its cozy nostalgia now undercut by spiky gaps
and unheimlich gasps.

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LOVEBYTES : Sheffield : People Like Us set on 25th March

* THE LOVEBYTES FESTIVAL IS AN INTERNATIONAL PLATFORM FOR
ARTISTS WORKING AT THE CREATIVE EDGE OF THE NEW TECHNOLOGY EXPLOSION
AND A CHANCE TO SEE SOME OF THE WORLDS MOST INNOVATIVE AND EXCITING
CONTEMPORARY ART AND MEDIA HERE IN SHEFFIELD.
* EVENTS RUN FROM 22-25 MARCH AND FEATURE AN INTERNATIONAL LINE
UP OF LIVE MUSIC AND MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCES COMPLEMENTED BY
SCREENINGS, WORKSHOPS, DEBATES AND PANEL SESSIONS. THE FESTIVAL
BRINGS TOGETHER A WIDE RANGE OF COMPUTER ART INCLUDING MUSIC, FILM,
INSTALLATION, PERFORMANCE, VISUAL ART AND DESIGN.
* FOR MORE INFORMATION AND EXTENSIVE DETAILS ON THE FESTIVAL
PROGRAM VISIT http://www.lovebytes.org.uk EMAIL
INFOATLOVEBYTES.ORG.UK. FOR BOOKING INFORMATION CALL 0114 221 0393.

day 1 thursday 22 march

18.00 science + progress//screenings//showroom 2
20.15 onedotzero: wow and flutter 2000 //screenings//showroom 2
20.00 vector djs//showroom bar//free entry

day 2 friday 23 march

10.00 raektor/native instruments//workshop//showroom 5
11.00 console cinema//presentation//showroom 3//free entry
12.45 science and progress//screenings//showroom 2

14.30 digital visions//artist presentation//showroom 3
17.00 calculated and cybernetic pioneers//screenings//showroom 2
17.00 metasynth /ui soft//workshop//showroom 5
19.00 terre thaemlitz//artist presentation and screening//showroom 2
21.00 oval//performance//showroom 3
22.00 microstoria//performance//showroom 3
22.45 performance and djs//showroom bar//free entry
        alex peverett (team doyobi)
        hecker, dj
        terre thaemlitz, dj

day 3: saturday 24 march

10.00 max//workshop//showroom 5
11.00 msp//workshop//showroom 5
13.00 onedotzero: wow and flutter 2000 //screenings//showroom 2
14.30 non-physical distribution//panel debate//showroom 3
16.45 terre thaemlitz//artist presentation and screening//showroom 2
18.00 d-film: 2001 programme//screenings//showroom 2
20.00 richard chartier//performance//showroom 3
21.00 taylor deupree//performance//showroom 3
21.00 star wars fan films//screenings//showroom bar//free entry
21.00 - late absynthesis//national centre for popular music//free entry
        cercle records showcase
        cosmiche
        felix kubin
        lithops
        1884
        le contessa.(performance)
22.00 live events at the national centre for popular music (ends 2.00am)
        hiaz (farmers manual)//live sound/video performance//ncpm
        hecker//live//ncpm
        autechre//live//ncpm
        russell haswell//ncpm
        jean shirt //dj//ncpm

day 4 sunday 25 march

11.00 nato.a//workshop//showroom 5
12.00 nato.b//workshop//showroom 5
14.00 live events at the national centre for popular music bar//free entry
        mira calix//dj//ncpm bar
        felix kubin//live//ncpm bar
        peoplelikeus//dj//ncpm bar
14.00 d-film: 2001 programme//screenings//showroom 2
17.00 calculated and cybernetic pioneers//screenings//showroom 2
        jim brouwer//video installation//ncpm windows
        dave corbett//video installation//showroom 2
        m fell //installation//location tbc
        light submerged//paul harrison//video installation//workstation foyer
        cctv soundscape//paul granjon//installation//showroom lightwell
        geo_try_01//george rogers//sound installation//ncpm foyer.
        fifty fifty//digital works//location tbc
        35 mm | design in miniature//graphic design exhibition//workstation
        upper foyer.

venues

showroom cinema. national centre for popular music. workstation foyer
gallery. all venues are based in sheffield's cultural quarter on
paternoster row, s1.

Prices

festival pass : £50 / £35(conc)

includes entry to all* events and a free festival catalogue
(individual price £5.00). * workshops have limited spaces and must be
reserved in advance on a first come first served basis.

(limited number of festival passes. concessions for students,
unemployed and senior citizens with proof of status shown at the time
of booking).

individual event tickets: £5.00/ £3.50(conc)
oval/microstoria (showroom 3, friday) : £7 / £5(conc)
taylor deupree/richard chartier (showroom 3, saturday) : £7 / £5(conc)
autechre, hecker, haswell, hiaz, shirt (ncpm, saturday) : £8 / £6(conc)

in advance call 0114 221 0393 or email: bookingsATlovebytes.org.uk

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COMING UP : Friday 13th (unlucky 4 U) : PLU at Nesh (Warp club),
London http://www.warprecords.com/warp/ with Prefuse73 + Dose One,
Richard Devine, Phoenecia, Mix Master Morris, Chris Clark and the
Warp DJs + more to be confirmed.
End of April : PLU in Osnabrueck EMAF, details to follow
Klanggalerie release a 7" of fine tunes sourced from napster by PLU :
100 copies : distributed by Soleilmoon and Klanggalerie
http://members.teleweb.at/walter.robotka/catalogue.html
PLU will be recording a live set at Dingwalls later this month for
BBC Radio 3's Mixing It, to be broadcast at a later date. Will let
you know when.

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