TrouwAmsterdam & CineSonic present:
New Music for Found Footage.
#1 Tom Trago meets EYE
28th of August 2014 - TrouwAmsterdam.
Music for Found Footage is a collaboration between Trouw and CineSonic, with EYE Film Museum as a partner in the first edition. In the forthcoming months, four artists will present their music, created for a selection of short films. Every night, a different artist will be responsible: Tom Trago, Legowelt, Shackleton and Wolfgang Voigt. Tom Trago is the first one up.
This program presents a 60 minutes selection of works from the EYE film archive.
From film collages to abstract documentaries, this presentation offers an overview of some of the best Dutch and international film works produced in the last decades. Featuring films by Barbara Meter, Karel Doing, Mayumi Nakazaki, Michiel van Bakel, Fred Pelon, Nan Wang & José Miguel Biscaya. The program is presented in collaboration with EYE.
Tom Trago is a man that has crossed pretty much all boundaries in electronic music and always does whatever feels right at the moment. Apart form Trouw resident, he is an internationally renowned DJ, producer, live performer and label owner. With already three acclaimed albums albums on his name and many musical collaborations it seems like the sky is the limit.
The CineSonic show at Trouw on August 28 will mark Trago's first re-scoring effort. For this A/V presentation he will be collaborating with two extra musicians, The Deaf bassist Janneke Nijhuis, Caro Emerald gitarist Wieger Hoogendorp & contrabassist Wilbert de Joode.
New Music for Found Footage is supported by AFK.