Gear Workshop: Electronic Music & Hardware w/ Minimal Violence

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When:
March 11, 2018 @ 17:00 – 20:00
2018-03-11T17:00:00-04:00
2018-03-11T20:00:00-04:00
Where:
Roland Inspiration Centre
179 King St W
Toronto, ON M6K 3C5
Canada
Cost:
Free
Safe Space Gear Workshop w/ Minimal Violence
FREE with RSVP on Eventbrite
*This event aims to foster a safe space environment for women, femme, non-binary, and queer folks to explore the world of hardware music production and performance*
Before heading off to tour Europe, Vancouver-based electronic hardware duo, minimal violence, is stopping in Toronto for this unique event! They’ll be leading this special gear demo/workshop meant to provide a safe environment for women, femme, non-binary, and queer folk to learn more about hardware music production and performance in electronic music. This event is open to all but we ask that attendees respect a safe and accessible learning environment!
Joining Minimal Violence will be Toronto locals, Scott Hardwareand KOREA TOWN ACID. Each artist will demonstrate their hardware rigs followed by a Q&A. Attendees are also free to chat with the artists after the workshop and experiment with Roland instruments and gear!
ACCESSIBILITY:
The Roland Inspiration Centre can be accessed through the back entrance off of Fraser Ave. Elevator access is also available through the front entrance on King St. West, please send us a direct message if you need elevator access.
WHEN: SUNDAY, MARCH 11th 2018 from 5PM – 9PM
WHERE: ROLAND INSPIRATION CENTRE @ 1179 KING ST. WEST – SUITE 001
Presented by On Earth and Roland Canada
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MINIMAL VIOLENCE
Minimal Violence is a collaboration between Ash Luk and Lida P. The Vancouver-based duo, who focus on the live production of electronic music through the use of hardware sequencers, drum machines and synths, have been performing together since early 2015.
SCOTT HARDWARE
Scott Hardware’s music is an exercise in duality. This is music that pits the organic world against the digital with influences like french chansons and singer/songwriters rubbing up against Detroit Electro and experimental ambient music.
KOREA TOWN ACID
Korea Town Acid has been creating a buzz in the Toronto dance music community with her focused, captivating live shows and eclectic DJ sets. As a classically trained pianist with a passion for improvisation and sonic experimentation, Jessica Cho transforms the dance floor into a wholly unique avant garde journey.