One of the pioneers of live computer music, Carl Stone has been hailed as the "king of sampling". He's set to play the Sound House on Eden Quay on April 26.
Using computers in live performance since 1986, the groundbreaking artist was born in LA, studying composition at the California Institute of the Arts with Morton Subotnick and James Tenney, composing electro-acoustic music almost exclusively since 1972. Even last year saw his two albums make best-of lists from the likes of The Wire & Bandcamp. Check out Shibucho.
Supporting is Irish composer Jane Teasy, who works across theatre, radio & installations. You can check out a sample here.
Admission costs €15 from Billetto. Doors open at 8pm.