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Carl Stone and People Like Us

Robert Worby presents music by Carl Stone and People Like Us, two contrasting composers of electronic music, recorded at Cafe Oto in London last year.

Robert Worby presents music by Carl Stone and People Like Us, two contrasting composers of electronic music, recorded at Café Oto in London last year.
The programme includes in-depth interviews with the composers about their different approaches to composing, as well as the full sets performed in the concert.
Carl Stone is a senior figure in American electronic music, and a pioneer in live computer music. He samples short clips from existing musics, and uses this material to create a rich and constantly changing textural music.
People Like Us (aka Vicki Bennett) also samples other music, but her approach is collage-based and more like a dream narrative exploring a particular theme - in this concert, she performs her extended work called The Mirror.

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