Bloomfield native Steve Sciulli (RaisedByMachines), returns to his roots in this free show. Details to come!
Steve Sciulli, "Pittsburgh's father of electronic music" performs a purely analog, realtime reimagining of Kraftwerk's Autobahn on Saturday May 5 at Howlers Coyote Grill. Autobahn is one of the seminal inspirations for Steve's entree into electronic music and he will be playing vintage equipment. For the first time in his 35 year career (Carsickness, Ploughman's Lunch, Life In Balance), Steve will perform a cover as well as some of his newer RaisedByMachines songs. If you couldn't make it to the NYC MOMA Kraftwerk Retrospective, you must make it to Bloomfield for this special event. Joining Steve will be special guest Universal Beat Union (Paul Ferraro, Nancy and Eric Steadle) who will also be playing original music as well as interpretations Kraftwerk. $5 cover (Free if you wear your Kraftwerk t-shirt). www.Reverbnation.com/RaisedByMachines www.Reverbnation.com/UniversalBeatUnion
A true Story.
In the shadow of Sputnik, brought forth into 1g, weighing slightly more that 1kg I arrived with zero chance of survival.
Immediately after receiving “last rites,” I was delivered to an isolette which provided breathing and temperature regulation. The life-sustaining pseudowomb pro...See Full Bio