Unsound Festival New York: INTERZONE
Featuring LXMP (U.S. Debut)
Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 7:30pm
Target Free Thursdays
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
Unsound Festival New York returns to Lincoln Center for the third year with INTERZONE featuring two exciting duo projects that explore the edges of sound, melding psychedelic, rock, dub, and other influences in engaging new ways.
Acclaimed Polish Synth/Drum duo LXMP make their US debut with a special live
reshape of the classic Herbie Hancock album "Future Shock" into their own brand of
Madison duo Peaking Lights bring their own unique mix of rhythmic contemporary dub and Afrobeat inspired psychedelica as heard on their album "936."
Unsound Festival New York, the New York offshoot of the acclaimed Kraków
festival returns for a third year at venues across New York City Wednesday,
April 18th through Sunday, April 22nd.
UNSOUND FESTIVAL NEW YORK is presented by Fundacja Tone, the Polish Cultural Institute New York and Goethe-Institut New York
In Cooperation With Trust for Mutual Understanding, the Royal Norwegian
Consulate General in New York and San Francisco, the Norwegian Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, MIC Music Information Centre Norway, the Consulate General
of Finland in New York, the Netherlands Cultural Service, European Commission Programme Culture, ECAS - European Cities of Advanced Sound.