Sub Bass and Darkness at Bemis’ LOW END
January 21st, 2020
Omaha, NE—New York based Sound Artist, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste will perform an original piece, “Epistemophobia”, at the Bemis Center’s LOW END this Thursday evening. Having a diverse musical background, moving from classical saxophone, to heavy metal, to a formal education in music, Toussaint-Baptiste’s curiosity has led to tinkering with electronic music hardware.
“Epistemophobia” is an experimentation with sound that’s more felt than heard, sub-bass, or the very lowest frequencies that a human can perceive. Toussaint-Baptiste uses large sub woofers to do that, and different hardware and rooms render the piece differently wherever it’s played.
Toussaint-Baptiste hasn’t spent too much time with visual gimmicks for his performance, preferring to maintain a more cerebral atmosphere in darkness.
Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste will perform “Epistemophobia” this Thursday, January 23 at the Bemis Center’s LOW END from 7-9pm. For more information, visit BemisCenter.org.
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