Facebook event page started: HERE!!
Hey. This is next week.
Alessandro Cortini added to the live performance lineup and Justin Mcgrath will be teching for him – this means the entire TRASH_AUDIO crew will be in attendance! How To Destroy Angels canceled their show at Mountain Oasis Festival and is giving us their leftovers.
Official announcement on Mountain Oasis’ site
Mountain Oasis is proud to partner with TRASH_AUDIO to bring you Synth Event 13 Sunday, October 27 live at The Apothecary from 1:00-7:00PM. TRASH_AUDIO is an audio artist collective comprised of four accomplished musicians and highly regarded sound designers- Alessandro Cortini (Nine Inch Nails, How To Destroy Angels), Justin McGrath (Nine Inch Nails, former Senior Sound Designer for Motorola Mobility), Richard Devine (Recording Artist, Sound Designer), Surachai (Sound Designer, Location Sound Engineer, Recording Artist).
Synth Event 13 will feature manufacturer demonstrations and hands on opportunities to interact with the products and people responsible for making them a reality. These demonstrations will be followed immediately by live performances curated by Richard Devine to close the evening. Come by and experience these incredible creations live thanks to TRASH_AUDIO.
Full details on participating manufacturers and live performances can be found below. TRASH_AUDIO Synth Event 13 will be open to the public, including all Mountain Oasis pass and ticket holders, free of charge.
39 S Market St #B
Asheville, NC 28801
TRASH_AUDIO is confirmed for the Apothecary in Asheville, NC for October 27th! We’re working with Mountain Oasis Festival to make sure we get publicity and an audience. We’re currently reserving spots for manufacturers so if your company has not been contacted and you are interested, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll work it out.
Following the template of the last few T_A events, Synth Even 13 will feature manufacturers for the first part of the day and performances curated by Richard Devine to close the evening.
Keith McMillen Instruments
Malekko Heavy Industry Corporation
Steady State Fate