March 4, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: physical modeling and modular synthesis from Coppice. Sound by Jon Monteverde.
Coppice is nexus.
Since its foundation in 2009, we have departed from bellows and electronics to create compositions, installations, discography, instruments, arrangements for performance, software, and sculptural objects. Drawing from its expanding glossary of study, we’re currently focused on expansions and emulations of our sonic foundations (in bellows and electronics) using a newly designed musical infrastructure that departs from physical modeled instruments and modular synthesis. Coppice is currently transitioning onto a new world of finer sonic illusions of digitally-seeded air, binary clocks, and impossible musical objects.
For this Transistor set, Coppice presented new songs that expanded its foundations in bellows and electronics onto physical modeling and analogue syntheses.
Visit Coppice's website.
Also available: an interview Coppice did on Transistor Radio’s Roundtable program (February 20, 2011).
Find more live performance recordings on our archive page.