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Featured Preview: DT ROTBOT – Who Would You Kill for Angela Vickers?

New York City based experimental avant band, DT ROTBOT has released a preview of their new music, “Who Would You Kill for Angela Vickers?” Listen up!

DT ROT BOT

You can also hear DT ROTBOT perform Who Would You Kill for Angela Vickers? in it’s entirety TONIGHT. Details of the show are below.

PERFORMANCE TONIGHT 4.12 @ NYU SILVER CENTER
31 WASHINGTON PLACE NEW YORK, NY
ROOM 220 | 8PM | FREE ADMISSION | DELICIOUS BEER

Headless Monkey Attack (Composer Ryan Carter and Dennis Sullivan) will collaborate on a concert of new music for live electronics and percussion. Ryan will be making electronic sounds (synthesized in real time from code and manipulated live with an external controller), while Dennis improvises on electronically modified percussion instruments.

DTROTBOT (Akiva Zamcheck, Patrick Monte, and Allan Mednard), will perform two Song Cycles For Rock Band, the first comprised of settings of Theodor Dreiser’s An American Tragedy, as realized by Elizabeth Taylor and Montogomery Clift in A Place in the Sun, entitled, “Who Would You Kill for Angela Vickers”, which narrates the ambiguous accidental drowning death of a factory girl by an upstart playboy corrupted by the devastating beauty and paralyzing grace of the society belle Miss Vickers. The second is a loose re-telling of Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth.

-Delicious beer
-Free and open to the public!
-Come meet new friends/ experience two EPIC and CONCISE performances of pop/art/electronic music in a unique concert setting!

-This is a family-friendly event 
 

Sponsored by First Performance, the Graduate Composers Society of NYU.

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