- Rich Mix
- 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green E1 6LA, United Kingdom
- 020 7613 7490
Event Time 3.30 pm - 7pm . .Nearest station: Shoreditch High Street, 3 min walk.
There is a fabulous Burmese Restaurant (Lahpet) opposite the venue.
Beautiful Burnouts presents Carbon Based Lifeforms Matinee show 3.30 – 7.00pm. @ Rich Mix 5th April 2024
“Due to the fantastic reaction and people missing out on Evening tickets we have been able to secure a matinee show 3.30 – 7.00pm. There will be differences in the two shows, not just a repeat of the same set. The matinee show will have a slightly more chilled vibe.”
Live AV show with lasers / Support SYNC24 only UK show for both artists for this year.
Carbon Based Lifeforms (CBL) are Johannes Hedberg and Daniel Segerstad based in Goteborg, Sweden. CBL was formed in 1996.
Since 2002 they have since released 7 official full length albums: ‘Hydroponic Garden’ (2003), ‘World of Sleepers’ (2006), ‘Interloper’ (2009) and ‘Twenty Three’ (2012), ‘Derelicts’ (2017), ‘Stochastic’ (2021) and their latest album ‘Seeker’ (2023). Their music has been extraordinarily well received by connoisseurs within the ambient scene and beyond.
CBL aim to combine earth and space in their music, using the combination of nature and technology as the main inspiration for their work. They have played all over Europe including many festival appearances such as Symbiosis (US), Anthropes (UK) and Ozora (Hungry). CBL last played a show in the UK 2 years ago which sold out in advance. This is their only planned UK show for 2024.
This show will see CBL play live alongside projections and lasers.
Sync24 is a synchronization interface for electronic musical instruments introduced by Roland in 1980. It is also the project of Daniel Segerstad of Carbon Based Lifeforms. Sync24 started in the early years experimenting with tape recorders and simple music players on the Commodore 64 and gradually upgrading equipment and techniques. Having CBL as the main focus and some other projects on the side there’s always room for personal reflections.
Sync24 last played in the UK over 10 years ago so this is a rare opportunity to witness a live set.