Stories of Power, Control, Love, War, and Hyper-Reality inform Loop 2.4.3‘s new album Time-Machine_music. The multi-media concert version brings together fine art, film, and composed and improvised music (using pitched and unpitched percussion, drums, voices, samples, and electronics), to paint poignant narratives. Part of a West Coast tour, the Seattle performance will feature local percussionists Denali Williams and Melanie Voytovich, and film maker David Derickson, in collaboration with the NYC artist collective.
Loop 2.4.3’s “hard-driving” and “intricate, energetic” live set featuring “haunting, twisting tones,” has been covered by The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Daily News, and more.
“It all sounds like part of a well-thought-out tradition. Only the tradition has never existed until now.” – NPR / Fresh Air