24 Hour Drone is a day long, continuously live performance with over forty musicians working in concert to create a seamless and unforgettable listening experience.
10:00 PM – 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Friday, May 30 – Saturday, May 31, 2014 on KFJC 89.7 FM
Hosted by Nozmo King & The Norman Conquest
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Say the word drone, chances are most people will think you mean Unmanned Aerial Vehicles deployed by armed forces in far-flung places. But a drone can also be found in the sounds we hear. Without getting too technical, a drone is any sustained tone. Drone is also a style of music emphasizing timbre and is rhythmically still, or very slow, with minimal variation. It can be acoustic, electronic, or a combination of both. Take for example, Phill Niblock, a composer whose single-focused music is an intense, immersive listening experience. This is what we mean when we say drone.
|08:00||The Norman Conquest (electronic set)|
|10:00||David Lim & Ven Voisey|
|13:00||Ashley Bellouin & Ben Bracken|
|16:00||Michael Gendreau & Seitz|
|19:00||Julia Mazawa, Benjamin Tinker, Tom Djll|
|20:00||Matt Davignon & Philip Ringler|
|22:00||The Norman Conquest (acoustic set)|