Join us for live music by Yuka C. Honda, Glockabelle, and Dan Derks!
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Yuka C. Honda
EUCADEMIX, also known as Yuka C. Honda, is an electronics instrumentalist, composer, and producer (though she enjoys calling herself a “decomposer”). As EUCADEMIX, she performs solo electronic music. She calls it “Sensory Music”.
Yuka is primarily known for founding the band Cibo Matto in the 1990s. They released two LPs and one EP on Warner Brothers Records. As a producer, she has produced albums by Sean Lennon and Martha Wainwright, among others.
Recently, Yuka created a multi-media opera titled “No Revenge Necessary” which tells the story of a post-apocalypse world in which humans survive and coexist with A.I. entities. It was performed at National Sawdust (Brooklyn NY) in 2019, where Yuka was an Artist In Residence.
Other current projects include a duo with her husband Nels Cline (Wilco) called CUP, and also a duo with YoshimiO (Boredoms, OOIOO) called Mycorrhiza.
Glockabelle is a Casio VL-Tone and glockenspiel shredder who sings in both French and English. Born to Francophone parents, she was introduced to the Casio VL-Tone in Paris where she began blending her classical piano techniques with 8-bit synthpop sounds resulting in a hyperactive mixture of rhythm and tone. She also invented a unique technique for playing the glockenspiel: not with mallets but with eight sewing thimbles.
She has performed at The Toronto Film Festival, Miami Art Basel, SXSW, The Montreux Jazz Festival, on The Chris Gethard Show, Deep Night with Dale, and WFMU. She has opened for Lightning Bolt, Marnie Stern, The Space Lady, Mdou Moctar, James Chance and the Contortions, Kaki King, and The Go! Team. She also contributed the soundtrack to the short film Concerning the Bodyguard which was an official festival selection at the Toronto Film Festival and narrated by Sir Salman Rushdie.
Dan Derks is part of the day-to-day operations at monome, assembling both instruments and documentation for ways to engage with them. They build code through improvisation and collaborative learning, with the goal of building playful and exploratory music performance gestures