Raw Green Rust: Improvisation with FluCoMa (Convergence)

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Raw Green Rust is an improvising laptop trio that makes gnarly glitch-dub by exploiting the interconnectedness of its constituent members & technical ecosystems. A founding principle of the trio when it formed in 2008 was to try to make a virtue of the confusion of agency that collective laptop music can exhibit. To this end, an important aspect of their approach is to be constantly sampling and transforming each other, in pursuit of an organic, shifting sound mass. They can embellish this basic approach with various technical mediations that, for instance, (mis)use machine listening technologies to promote or disrupt the continual co-tuning of the three humans.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 24 Sept 2022
EventConvergence International Conference of Music, Technology and Ideas - De Montfort University, Leicester
Duration: 22 Sept 202225 Mar 2023


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