Oscillation Electronic Music Festival • electronic at Cell Theatre, Albuquerque
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Oscillation Electronic Music Festivalelectronic

Sunday Oct 16, 2016

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700 First Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 766-9412
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New Mexico's Electronic Music Festival!


Tickets at: http://bit.ly/osc2016tix



October 14/15 at The Cell Theatre (700 1st. St. NW, Albuqueruqe, NM)



Doors at 6pm both days -- All Ages -- MC'd by Xavier Wyntir



Sponsored by Music Go Round, Albuquerque


With giveaways by Ableton, DSBP Records and Nepharious Atrophy



Promotional support by Weekly Alibi



Presented by Fwank!Productions, CatMan Productions, and Alchemy Nightclub N.M.



The two-day, all-ages festival will feature live electronic music acts:



- the echoing green (Feat. Pristina)


- Blackcell (Denver, CO)




- brian botkiller


- Diseased Entity


- Diverje


- Leiahdorus


- Somno Profundante


- Simian Breed


- Tripping Dogs u.s.


- WURM/ Worship no Apparatus


- Xibalbalola Adddj





- $15/Night


- $20 Two-day pass until October 10th


- $25 Two-day pass after October 10th





The Oscillation Festival will offer free electronic music workshops including “Performing live with Ableton Live”, presented by brian botkiller. A workshop will be held at Music Go Round, located at 7116 Menaul Blvd. NE, ABQ NM 87110. Workshop schedules and information will be available at the festival website.



Oscillation is New Mexico’s Electronic Music Festival, with its home in Albuquerque, NM. The Oscillation festival is the showcase of electronic music in the Southwest. No other festival offers the diversity of Oscillation, nor the dedication to the electronic music scene. Oscillation will continue to be a powerful force in electronic music, constantly evolving to create a new and exciting outlet for the music that needs to be heard, seen and acknowledged.

See also: Music Interview

How To Oscillate Wildly

Return of the Oscillation Festival

Oscillation Music Festival masterminds Brian Botkiller and Kenneth Cornell
Eric Williams Photography

Over the course of several decades, the rocanrol music scene in Albuquerque has evolved from a West Coast-worshipping, British invasion-eschewing enclave of jazz-trained instrumentalists (King Richard and the Knights, 1960s) through a mostly metal and subsequently heavy punk-rock realm (Viz: Resin Records, 1990s) and into a multi-armed, genre-defiant collection of a million bands coming at listeners in a million different colors, often at the speed of light.

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