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RA Sessions: Bugge Wesseltoft, Henrik Schwarz & Dan Berglund (+Breakfast deal)
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15:30 - 15:45 | Free entrance
Cinema Café | Thorbeckeplein 16-18, Amsterdam
On Sunday Cinema Cafe will show you free film screenings which you can check out for free made by Resident Advisor. These are all recorded performances with standout live artists.
ADE breakfast deal: Fresh warm crescent roll + kaiser roll + hard boiled egg + slice of cheese + cup of jam or peanut butter + cup of butter for only 5 euros!
Jazz, electronica and a pizza box—our live music series returns for 2015. There's a nice moment in this video, which shows Henrik Schwarz, Bugge Wesseltoft and Dan Berglund's making the album Trialogue, where Schwarz is explaining a peculiar recording technique they use. He samples his collaborators playing their instruments, drops the audio into the computer at a random speed, shifts things about a bit and then listens. He's trying to create "a line that no one would have ever played, because, in a way, it's un-human." These sorts of creative collisions define the group. Schwarz is a German electronic artist known for his records on Innervisions and his live shows in clubs; Wesseltoft is a Norwegian jazz pianist whose career began in the early '90s; Berglund is a Swedish jazz bassist who has been performing and recording for the past 20 years. Together they play a soft-spoken fusion of jazz, classical and electronica in a style that none of them could have conceived on his own. Later in the video, they explain their belief that analogue and digital both sound better when they're blended together, something that's easy to believe watching their Sessions film. Across two tracks and 20 minutes, electronic and acoustic sounds mingle beautifully. It's also the first Sessions film in which a musician plays a pizza box.
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