Axine M, Jas000n, Bacon Grease and more come together for a night of 'Touch Free Noise' on Sunday


  • Photo by Matthew Moyer
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On Sunday night, Orlando's experimental music scene is diving headfirst into the livestream pool with local conceptualist/DJ/musician Jason Kimmins' Contactless Delivery™ - Touch Free Noise.

Drawing some from performers who played Kimmins' DIY space Church of United Ministry, Contactless Delivery features locals Bacon Grease, and Kimmins' own project Jas000n. Out-of-town acts (possibly an obsolete concept for a livestream) include St. Pete project Lambchop and Tampa's Fjshwjfe. Finally, all the way from NYC, there's avant-techno performer Axine M.

One undeniable advantage to livestreams is that a creative organizer can create a wishlist-style performing lineup, without fears of logistics or physical distance. And with Kimmins' curatorial chops you end up with a great range of musicians. He may call it noise, but it's more a night of state-of-the-art experimental pop and dance music.

Get your Touch Free Noise only on Zoom on Sunday, May 17, at 8:30 p.m. Follow the Facebook event page for updates and Zoom access info.

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