It’s FINALLY happening: DBAA has been working on a custom pinball machine themed around "the loudest band in New York" : A Place To Bury Strangers.
It will make its debut at En Orbita Festival on July 15th where APTBS is opening for legendary Brazilian psych rockers Os Mutantes.
There will also be a panel discussion by Mark Kleeb, Andy Wallace, and Dustin Long talking about the pinball building process. This has been two years in the making, so you absolutely don't want to miss this one!
About En Orbita:
1pm Doors | 2pm Exhibits & Talks | 6pm Show
Exhibits & Talks
Launch of the A Place to Bury Strangers Pinball Machine
Panel: Building a Homebrew Pinball Machine with Death By Audio Arcade
Presented by: Mark Kleback, Andy Wallace, Dustin Long, Steve Litt
Pitch: Órbita Weaver, Telemetron, Tesserae: creating and interpreting sounds and life in space
Presented by Nicole L´hullier and Xin Liu of the MIT Media Lab Space Exploration Initiative
Q&A by Lee Ranaldo and Oliver Ackermann (A Place to Bury Strangers)
Creating then, creating now
A conversation to deepen on how culture was perceived in the past and how it is perceived today
Presented by: Sergio Dias, Lee Ranaldo
6:00 PM Breaking Forms
6:40 PM Land In The Sky
7:20 PM Martin Rev
8:20 PM A Place To Bury Strangers
9:20 PM Lee Ranaldo
10:20 PM Yonatan Gat
11:20 PM Os Mutantes
Ladies and Gentlemen, we are floating in space...
En Orbita Festival of Music & Science Lands In NYC
and we are more than exited to announce we have a new date, and new location
July 15 will be the day were we expect to gather together with music lovers, around one of the most exiting lineups we have curated, performing in the legendary Le Poisson Rouge
If you think about it, when will you get the chance to see together again, this amazing artists that in so many ways have being responsables for creating new sounds from new visions. Music pioneers that have impacted the life of so many people and artists
Lee Ranaldo performing his trio show
The one and only Martin Rev from the legendary synth punk band Suicide
A place to bury strangers
Land in the sky
Different generations are connected, and we want see them merge
The NYC edition features a special (and literally intergalactic) collaboration with the MIT Media Lab Space Exploration Initiative. There will be panels and exhibits that draw insane parallels between music and our universe.
En Orbita was always intended to be a dialogue between science and music- an expression of how music connects across spaces, cultures... and potentially dimensions.