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Red Orange presents 'Henry Homesweet' at Kings Place Festival 2011

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Time 21:00
Date 09/09/11
Price £4.5
  • Produced by Red Orange
  • Price £4.50 Online - Click'n'Mix discounts available for Mutliple Bookings
  • Get ready for crunchy lo-fi psychedelic techno
  • Bring along a sixpence, a pocketful of rye, (no wait...)
  • Surf to book tickets
  • See you at Kings Place

Game Boy technology is enjoying a new wave of popularity – here’s your chance to find out why!

Henry Homesweet is a micromusic producer from the UK. He takes retro and vintage computer-game hardware and bends the audio into a modern context, composing and performing crunchy lo-fi psychedelic techno and electro straight from outdated consoles. His sounds are sometimes manipulated, often raw, and always dirty.

‘Henry Homesweet’s music is more like progressive mature electro, and it’s incredibly intricate, interesting and mature.’ Noize Makes Enemies

‘Henry Homesweet is simply one of the most talented musicians I’ve come across in a long time.’ Noize Makes Enemies

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COMPETITION: Win 1x Pair of tickets to attend Villain at the ICA at 18:00 on Friday, 19th August.

To claim your tickets, send an email to Vienna at competitions@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ box. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: The Nintendo Game Boy was originally made for playing Tetris.  Now, however, the technology is being used to make Chiptunes, music inspired by the sound of old 8-bit computer games consoles. So, the question is… which Computer Games company manufactured the Game Boy?

A: 1) ABBA 2) NASA 3) Nintendo 4) Heinz

Henry Homesweet