Music is based on repetition. Music works because we remember the tones we have just heard and are relating them to the ones that are just now being played.
Repetition, when done skillfully […], is emotionally satisfying to our brains, and makes the listening experiences as pleasurable as it is.
— (Levitin, 162-163)
Musical extemporization is the creative activity of immediate musical composition, which combines performance with communication of emotions and instrumental technique as well as spontaneous response to other musicians.
The unifying moments in improvisation that take place in live performance are understood to encompass the performer, the listener, and the physical space that the performance takes place in.
— (Gorow 2002, 212)
Although they play techno, #INSTANTBONER have a high level of interest in both, repetition and variation.
The duo from Berlin Kreuzberg pulls off a unique and live electronic performance far beyond of just playing pre-produced tracks.
For that they use modular system components combined with hardware synthesizers and a computer based drum machine setup.
And YES, with the #
In the Culture Hall there is party: After the fair is before the fair, and here it will be cultivated what theoretically a machine was or is. Techno and
other electronic music for the dance floor in countless facets will be presented where our fair visitors will see that from our manufacturers and developers, constructive discussions is not out of the question.