2:30 set at the loop fest Saturday

Cypod to perform a set at the

y2k7 loopFest Saturday 20 October

Pearl Alley Studios,

120 Pearl Alley, Santa Cruz, CA


Headphone Festival in the SF Mission

Saturday, October 13 – Sunday, October 14, 2007
1 PM - 1 AM
$5 admission
Listeners at the event plug into headphone amps [approximately 60 output jacks] provided throughout the venue or listen to the live stream featuring performances by:

Saturday October 13: Oannes, Patrice Scanlon, Pistols Will Air, Raster Roobit, Slither Syndicate, The Beatle, Forms Of Things Unknown, Halcyon High, Deletist, Moisture, Justino, Blue Vitriol, Zentropia, Pagan/Presley, 100s of Dismembered Handbags, Janeda Pain, Conrad Lewbel, Ozmadawn, Soundtrack for a Movie About a Dream About Nothing, 12 Types, Beytah, Heartworm, PU22L3, and This Window. 

Sunday October 14: LX Rudis, Magnanimous, Transponderfish, Lance Grabmiller, Double Vision, Mnemoth, Tullan Velte, Headboggle, Matt Davignon, Anthony Marin, Quiet Time, Cypod, My Helical Elk, Catsynth, Sakana, Nommo Ogo, Respectable Citizen, Les Trois Feuilles, Gather the Bones, Filthmilk, Horaflora, LNA, Telepathik Friend, and Weldschmertz.

[:] PLUG3 [:] will transmit 48 live performances for 2 days in participation with the Tenth Annual International Headphone Festival – LE PLACARD X – a nonstop streaming interaural experiment that migrates from city to city broadcasting headphone concerts in listening rooms around the world. The festival experiments with exploring new medias, sonic perception, levels of concentration, isolation as inspiration, and spontaneous modification within a global community of eclectic culture- jammers, curious engineers, instigators and self-sufficient sound artists. Initiated in 1998 by Parisian musician Erik Minkkinen, who broadcast a performance from the closet in his apartment to listeners in Japan, LE PLACARD is a nomadic "festival within a festival" that functions under a modality of open programming; artists performing self-organize this global program.

Drum Machine Museum on display

After much anticipation the Drum Machine Museum finally opens to the public for the Y2K7 loopfest