ECC:11.2008: Talk & Performance in Ohio / MP3s for sale
Subject: ECC:11.2008: Talk & Performance in Ohio / MP3s for sale
Send date: 2008-11-04 09:31:34
Issue #: 12
Content:

TradeMark debuts a video control device.:.  ECC in Columbus, OH  .:.

The Evolution Control Committee's TradeMark G. (Mark Gunderson) visits The ECC's hometown of Columbus with a unique performance as well as a rare ECC lecture!

 

Wed 12-Nov // 4:30pm: TradeMark G. presents a talk at the Wexner Center:

Over 20 years ago, musician and artist TradeMark G. (Mark Gunderson) launched his band The Evolution Control Committee on a voyage that would spawn the cut-and-paste world of mashups and remix culture. Now based in San Francisco, TradeMark returns to his hometown of Columbus to discuss the art and technology of copyright violation.

This is a VERY RARE opportunity to hear tales of culture jamming and copyright violation and the history of The Evolution Control Committee, as well as discovering some of The ECC's inventions (such as our new video controller pictured here) and how they work and came to be.  Wexner Film/Video Theater // 1871 N High St

 

I'll Be Your Mirror show flyerSat 15-Nov // 9pm: In connection with the Outer and Inner Dichotomies Symposium (part of Wexner Center's Warhol exhibit), Mary Jo Bole presents I'll Be Your Mirror -- to call it a Velvet Underground tribute show is doing it an injustice, considering the wide variety of the acts in it: Cheater Slicks, Moviola, Dick & Jane (from Hollywood), and of course The Evolution Control Committee mashing it all together.  The Summit // 2216 Summit St

 

.:.  ECC MP3s For Sale  .:.

In spite of our scientific achievements in cutting edge music technology, one things we've managed to avoid is selling MP3s.  There have been many reasons for this, not least of which is that we can't get the dang things to stay still long enough to slap a price tag on them.  But now we've managed to get a cap on 'em -- a SNOCAP, specifically -- and opened a SNOCAP store of ECC MP3s.   We're testing the waters with Ritalin Ruckus v2 as well as a collection of new and unreleased ECC tracks.

http://evolution-control.com/index.php/experiments/mp3s

TIP:  Forget their 30 second previews, and listen to the whole song in the player at the top of our MP3 page.

SALE: To celebrate the store opening, we're turning the prices upside down:  99 cent tracks?  NO -- 66 cents a track!  Good until we get tired of silly marketing games

 

evolvingly,

The Evolution Control Committee.

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