Loop 2.4.3 drum up Zodiac Dust

Brooklyn duo Loop 2.4.3 create sonic alchemy in the grand vein of Eno, Steve Reich, Mike Oldfield, and elsewhere by way of percussion instruments, from marimba and steel drum to tom-toms, bongos and snare drums, temple bowls and wood blocks, opera gongs and electronics. Loop 2.4.3’s new album, Zodiac Dust, will out on June 16th.

Loop 2.4.3 were exclusively a live act until the release of their debut CD, Batterie, on the Brooklyn label, Music Starts From Silence (MSFS) in the fall of 2007. Batterie was captured in a one-hour session for Sonarchy Radio in Seattle, WA. Upon hearing Doug Haire’s radio show, the group asked if they could release it as a CD. There was no editing of any kind on the recording (other than removing the voice announcements in between tracks). Loop 2.4.3 has toured throughout North America, Europe, Scandinavia, South Korea, and Australia, and has performed for radio, film, and television, including footage for The Learning Channel and MTV. The group has given concerts, conducted master classes, and held residencies at Cornell University, Oklahoma City University, and Michigan State University amongst others. Loop 2.4.3 members have also played at The London Jazz Festival, Merkin Hall, Tonic, The Sydney Festival, Music Works Northwest, Carnegie Hall, The Japan Society (NYC), the Harry Partch Institute and many others.

Zodiac Dust


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