kyma•tweaky . Connect . C20061217MatteoMilani

Live!iXem 06
Live performance: 17 Dec 2006 -- 6:00 pm
Presented by: MatteoMilani and FedericoPlacidi
Public: Fee n.a.
Rome -- Italy

U.S.O. - Unidentified Sound Object (aka Matteo Milani and Federico Placidi) has been selected among the most interesting electronic avant-garde artistic productions to perform @ Live!iXem 06. Federico will be on Mac and Matteo on PC as part of a marathon of live sets at the Live!iXem 06 festival/contest in Rome, which starts at 6:00 pm on Sunday December 17, 2006 at the Rialtosantambrogio, via S. Ambrogio n. 4. USO is scheduled to go on at around 1 am, and will be processing live input from acoustic bass and voice inputs and using the Wacom tablet as controller.

Discussion (Eyewitness reports, descriptions, discussion):

The Live!iXem festival/contest has been conceived and promoted by Domenico Sciajno for the cultural association Antitesi in order to substain and promote the aims of the collective iXem - Italian eXperimental Electronic Musix. This is the third edition of Live!iXem, a contest/festival that unites music, video and live performances linked by the common thread of research and experimentation. Live!iXem gives a wide-ranging insight into the more and more heterogeneous dimension of current italian and international artistic experimental electronic music and art scene. As a prize, the winning group will be recorded on a DVD/CD put out under the Antitesi label. For more information on USO, please visit The contest is part of a larger event starting December 12 in Rome called "Contemporaneità della Memoria" including a theatrical review, a contest/festival of electronic music and a concert by Alvin Curran, all exploring the relationship between memory and contemporaneous experience.

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