Electronic music festival coming to Liverpool this April
2 months ago
A huge electronic music showcase with ground-breaking artists is coming to The Capstone Theatre, Liverpool, Saturday 22 April.
For lovers of electronic music and all things synth, this event is not to be missed, as some of the most talented artists of the genre are coming together for this ‘mini-festival’.
UK synthesist Ian Boddy is one of the Godfathers of electronic music and his record label, DiN, was set up in 1999 to bridge the gap between the analogue music of Boddy’s heritage and the emerging digital possibilities of the future. Now, for the first time ever, his Tone Science label is bringing together this supremely talented collective of artists.
The extended-length Tone Science Concert will feature sets from some of the most creative and ground-breaking musicians in the field. Scanner (Robin Rimbaud), Ian Boddy, Polypores, Nigel Mullaney, Field Lines Cartographer and La Monte Young, are among the artists taking part in what promises to be a spectacular showcase.
Ian Boddy’s DiN showcases have gone down a storm at The Capstone in previous years and this Tone Science event will be no exception.
Tone Science, a sub-label of DiN Records, was created in 2018 and inspired by Boddy’s experimental electronic music release “Tone Science”, an album that comprised five long, slowly evolving self-playing compositions realised entirely on a vast arsenal of modular synthesisers.