Lucky Dragons: No Boundaries, No Hierarchies
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Experimental electronica that aims to break down boundaries between audience and artist, backed by silent short film screenings. Part of the Glasgow Music and Film Festival.
Hailed for their original brand of world-infused glitchy electronica, Lucky Dragonsare an experimental music act from Los Angeles intent on breaking down boundaries. Promoting a democratic relationship between the audience and the band, their live shows see them encouraging audience members to participate by handing out touch sensitive wires and instruments. For this special commission by Glasgow promoters Cry Parrot, Lucky Dragons will break down boundaries even further, screening silent shorts submitted by the audience but with one main difference: you control the music, and you control the films. For info on how to get involved go to www.thearches.co.uk/Lucky-Dragons-2011. Part of Glasgow Music & Film Society
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Reviews & features
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