Fri Aug 3 2012

7:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Santos Party House

96 Lafayette St New York, NY 10013

$15.00

Ages 16+

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**Brandt Brauer Frick**

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For Brandt Brauer Frick, the drums, strings and pianos that have long been the bedrock of Western music serve as the common thread between the classical past and their techno present. But while devoted to the rich tones and timbres of orchestral instrumentation, the German trio's rousing tracks are rhythmically focused and rendered with the mechanical precision of four-to-the-floor club tracks. Their singular vision of acoustic dance music springs to life in their engaging live performances and on their debut LP, You Make Me Real.

"We had felt for years that most instances of combining techno and classical music lack an authentic approach," says Paul Frick. "Instead of using only the typical epic orchestra or piano sounds, we love to explore the dirty and percussive sides of those instruments, adapting techniques from composers like John Cage or Helmut Lachenmann: preparing our piano with screws and rubbers, knocking against every single part of an instrument, until we find that one great sound."


**Ef Es VII / 2 **

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(1) Electronic music; acoustic instruments "Somewhere between Aphex Twin & Steve Reich"
(2) All compositions by Angus Tarnawsky (modular synth & drums) + Richard Bennett (piano)

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Brandt Brauer Frick Trio
Ef Es VII / 2

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  • Ef Es VII / 2

    Ef Es VII / 2

    Dance

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Brandt Brauer Frick Trio
Ef Es VII / 2

Fri Aug 3 2012 7:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Santos Party House New York NY
Brandt Brauer Frick Trio, Ef Es VII / 2
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$15.00 Ages 16+

**Brandt Brauer Frick**

Website :: Facebook

For Brandt Brauer Frick, the drums, strings and pianos that have long been the bedrock of Western music serve as the common thread between the classical past and their techno present. But while devoted to the rich tones and timbres of orchestral instrumentation, the German trio's rousing tracks are rhythmically focused and rendered with the mechanical precision of four-to-the-floor club tracks. Their singular vision of acoustic dance music springs to life in their engaging live performances and on their debut LP, You Make Me Real.

"We had felt for years that most instances of combining techno and classical music lack an authentic approach," says Paul Frick. "Instead of using only the typical epic orchestra or piano sounds, we love to explore the dirty and percussive sides of those instruments, adapting techniques from composers like John Cage or Helmut Lachenmann: preparing our piano with screws and rubbers, knocking against every single part of an instrument, until we find that one great sound."


**Ef Es VII / 2 **

Tumblr :: Bandcamp


(1) Electronic music; acoustic instruments "Somewhere between Aphex Twin & Steve Reich"
(2) All compositions by Angus Tarnawsky (modular synth & drums) + Richard Bennett (piano)