Noodlebar, January 13th, 2017

Yeah! Happy to announce that we are doing the first Noodlebar edition of 2017!

The full lineup for the evening:

The Monoranger https://www.facebook.com/themonoranger/?fref=ts
Ruistuin https://www.facebook.com/Ruistuin/?fref=ts
OSC1899 https://www.facebook.com/OSC1899-789156127820502/?fref=ts
Mudd Corp https://www.facebook.com/MaitreDude?fref=ts

 

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This event is made possible with the suport of Popunie Rotterdam.

Noodlebar May 13th at Wunderbar

After a successful edition in V2 Noodlebar is back in Wunderbar on Saturday 13 May. For this edition we invited four artists. From electronic to techno, one thing is for sure, it’s going to be a very danceable edition of Noodlebar. The entrance is free, so join us in the foyer of the Wunderbar!

Artists
None other than Allert Aalders, from Utrecht, will be hitting Rotterdam once again to serve up some of his magic. The mid 90s saw him making his mark, when he set up the techno act Human Beings. In 2012 together with Ben Spaander (Cosmic Force) he started Sonic Traffic, a “playground” where more than 50 vintage synths are on display. A wet dream for every synth nerd. Inspired by the Noodlebar events he recently set up the “Modulation” events in Kytopia, who like Noodlebar are dedicated to the modular synthesizers.

The young Rotterdam duo Animistic Beliefs, Marvin and Linh, are no strangers to our events. Together they played previously for Noodlebar during the Eendrachtfestival 5.0. Armed with a modular synth and a drum computer they will drop a banging techno set.

Our visiting artist is a Brussels resident, the city where artists with a modular synthesizer well represented. Although Mudd Corp is still quite a young producer, he has been on the path of discovering new sounds for quite some time. His growing interest in synthesis saw him eventually landing on the modular synthesizer deck.

Like most of us interested in the world of modular synths for Colloid it also started with the quest for creating organic, electronic sounds. This artist, who resides in Delft, quickly came to the conclusion that the “standard” electronic hardware instruments could not deliver what he was looking for. Unsatisfied by this feeling he had he stepped into the world of modular synths in order to create his own experimental sounds and beats. Nowadays he also creates and sells his own modules which are branded under the name GINKOsynthese!

When? Saturday May 13th
Where? Wunderbar, Boomgaardsstraat 10 Rotterdam
Time? 2100 hrs – 0200 hrs
Entrance : FREE
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