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Budweiser MADE Stage, Bangalore to be held On November 23

Nov 19, 04:49pm

The Bangalore edition of Budweiser's MADE Stage is set to be held at Pebbles in Bangalore on November 23, featuring performances by The ISRO, Lifafa, Suman Sridhar, and Sulk Station. 

The third edition of Budweiser MADE Stage is to be held at Pebbles in Bangalore on November 23, featuring musical performances by The ISRO; Delhi-based singer/songwriter Suryakant Sawhney’s solo project, Lifafa; Bangalore-based singer/songwriter Suman Sridhar; and, electronica duo Sulk Station. Bringing together sculptors and visual artists, like Vandana Menon, the Black Box Project, Vivek Chockalingam, and Ankit Daftery, the evening ensures a completely immersive and awe-inspiring experience.

Bangalore-based electronica duo Sulk Station have curated a two hour audio visual experience for the audience, along with Abhijeet Tambe a.k.a. Black Box Project, and Vandana Menon. The gig is to be kick started by a performance by Sulk Station, during which the audience will be introduced to a series of interfaces within their space that give the crowd the opportunity to manipulate their audio and visual experience real time.

With an array of  multiple projectors and speakers, video cameras, touch sensors, lights, shadow puppets and life size structures that enable 3-D visual mapping MADE Stage will create a space that blurs the line between the audience and the performance. Visually, it will be a mix of mixed media forms such as animation, photography, and film footage. Sonically, it will be a mix of synthesized sounds, recorded samples, and instruments.

The fourth edition of Budweiser MADE Stage will be held in Goa on December 6.

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