Concert and Performance Dates

ECC w/Ocean Ghosts Halloween Show

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Tuesday, 18 October 2011 08:30

Ocean Ghosts show flyerAhhhh yes!  Now that ECC has relocated back to hometown Columbus Ohio it's high time that we had a big throwdown to celebrate -- and what better way than a Halloween show with old pals Ocean Ghosts!  Thrusty Rhodes and Scotty Boombox will rock the stage with Dave Espionage for the Halloween Ball Bash 2011 Saturday October 29th.  We'll get down 'n' dirty at the Rumba Café with lots of costumes (dress up, you!) plus drink specials ($3 extra-Bloody Marys; $2.50 PBR Tallboys)... what's not to like?? A good show to celebrate our return to Columbus... See ya Halloween Saturday!

WHAT: ECC w/Ocean Ghosts; Dave Espionage
WHEN: Saturday, October 29th 2011 - doors @ 9pm
WHERE: Rumba Café, 2507 Summit (at Hudson), Columbus, OH
HOW MUCH: Just $5!  (21 & over)

 

Columbus Museum of Art Game Show (Fri 10/14/11)

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Wednesday, 12 October 2011 16:47

After DJing the Game Show 2 event at the Columbus Museum of Art I just couldn't say no to DJing the next one.  Here it comes: This Friday the CMA presents Game Show 3!  The Game Show is all about encouraging the audience's creativity, and while that may make you roll your eyes like it'll be some forced teaching assignment, one worldy friend who saw the last one said she "knew that's what it would be about, but was surprised that it was actually awesome!"

The ECC's TradeMark G. provides a live soundtrack as members from the audience create bugs, rhymes, rock stars, yeti-proof shelters, and a meal fit for a ghost panda.

CMA Game Show 3 flyer

   

Geekfest Saturday 2011.10.01

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Thursday, 29 September 2011 22:14

Geekfest flyer

Wow.
The ECC.
Godfather of mashup.
BACK from San Francisco,
to Columbus.

With the VidiMasher 3000
And the Wheel Of Mashup.
Maybe even the new nanoTar.

Heard on C-SPAN.
We've even got a word in the dictionary.
 
We WILL rock it.
 
Will YOU?
 
WHEN: Saturday, October 1st, 2011
WHERE: Wild Goose Creative, 2491 Summit St., Columbus OH
HOW MUCH: $10
   

ECC @ Ingenuity Festival this Friday 09/16/11 (Cleveland)

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Thursday, 15 September 2011 15:49

Ingenuity FestivalWe've finally firmed up The ECC's participation in this year's Ingenuity Festival in Cleveland!  Now that we're local to Ohio once again we didn't want to miss this nearby celebration of Ohio's impressive art & technology scene which booked us in previous years.  From Ingenuity's event page:

Since 1986, The Evolution Control Committee has steadily built a worldwide reputation as one of the most influential and leading mash-up bands by assembling samples and sounds into cut-and-paste masterpieces. Relocating back to Ohio after 8 years in San Francisco, The ECC hits the stage to "Rock Globally; Sample Locally" with tracks from their recent album All Rights Reserved remixed from many Ohio-sampled sound sources.  From Toledo preachers to Cincinnati wanna-be promoters, their world-class music is mashed up live on custom-made electronics including The ECC's incredible VidiMasher 3000.

Time: Friday September 16, 2011 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Venue: Ingenuity Stage West End of Bridge
Type: MusicInteractive performance

Hope to see our Cleveland fans tomorrow!

   

Columbus Museum of Art Game Show (Fri 07/22/11)

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Wednesday, 20 July 2011 05:55

Columbus Museum of Art - Game Show 2 imageHello Columbus!  No ECC shows in the near future, as we spend some serious time setting up operations back in Columbus Ohio.  However, we couldn't turn down the opportunity to DJ the Game Show 2 event at the Columbus Museum of Art.  The Game Show is all about creativity, testing contestants from the audience in their abilities to create everything from beards to worlds, while The ECC's TradeMark G. spins music from funk to 60's electronica to 70's German advertising music.

   

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