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Random Brothers by Blood creates rhythms through algorithms

  • Josa Lukman

    Jakarta

Jakarta   /   Fri, June 26 2020   /  01:00 am
Electronic duo: Random Brothers by Blood experiments with audio and visual data, turning them into tunes.(Courtesy of Random Brothers by Blood/-)

When you hear the music that comes out of data, you could be pleasantly surprised. Turning data into tunes is what electronic duo Random Brothers by Blood does, as shown during an Instagram Live session hosted by Goethe-Institut. Composed of Randy Danistha of Nidji band and his younger brother Nara Anindyaguna, the duo experimented with audio and visual data on hand at their studio, creating a sort of live performance themed around looping. Tuning in: Supersonik #27 is a music showcase by Random Brothers by Blood held at Institut Francais Indonesia in Jakarta in collaboration with Dalilektra, accompanied by a sound installation experience by Coune and a visual installation curated by Lalune. (Courtesy of Random Brothers by Blood/stevesmith-production.com) Using a sampler, Nara explained they had made a “speech performance” by looping their own voices into a networ...