Neil Voss, The Shortsleeves, exileFaker & Jean Y. Kim
Seminal and elusive electronic music artist, Voss emerged from the late 80's underground computer scene to produce some of his generation's most highly regarded video game soundtracks, alongside scores for tv and film. Notably, in the early part of his career Voss produced the soundtrack to the Nintendo64 sleeper Tetrisphere, which many regard as some of the best work of its time. Pushing synthesizers, samples, computers and chips together without prejudice, Voss' music has been described as dark, melodic electronics that defy convention or expectation.
Paul Owens (Go Motion) plays the gameboy and Jenn de la Vega (Drum Machine Dating Service) plays Casios. They hope you dance. Or smile. Or have lunch with them at Chevy's.
exileFaker (Alex Kiefer) composes electronic music using the same gray matter he used to play Tetris as a teenager: a DMG-01 and a standard lateralized human brain. He has since expanded his repertoire to include two Game Boys (but retains just the one brain). His music is influenced in ways he barely understands by the people, places and events he has experienced.
with J.Y.K. on visuals