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Haptic Synapses live at SubZERO 2016

steve | December 4, 2016 in recordings | Comments (0)

Derek and Charles rocked a great set at this year’s SubZERO festival!   Check out this amazing video produced by Danny Kim!  Thanks so much, Danny and crew!!

Haptic Synapses live at Binary 03 @ SubZERO 2016 from Danny Kim on Vimeo.

Next year I’ll try not to schedule my out of town vacation during the same weekend as subzero 🙂 -steve


Haptic Synapses live at Binary Society 01

Haptic Synapses | November 30, 2016 in recordings | Comments (0)

Earlier this year we participated in a really awesome series of events in the south SF bay area called Binary Society!  Danny Kim, the creator of this set of events, has been a fantastic force who has brought many many new people into the fold, and for that I’m eternally grateful.  Check out this awesome video, too:

Binary Society 01: Haptic Synapses from Danny Kim on Vimeo.


Haptic Synapses Live at GLOW 2015

Haptic Synapses | October 24, 2015 in recordings | Comments (0)

It’s been a year of transitions for me (steve) and our show calendar has been light so far this year.  We played at SubZERO 2015, and it was awesome, and we were also asked back to Santa Cruz MAH’s GLOW festival.  I have a bit more mental bandwidth, so I was able to put together a couple of videos compiling the various video and audio recordings we took of the event.  This video in particular is the second set of our performance.  There’s a video of the first hour out there… this is the better set, imho.

Watch this video on YouTube.

Once again, Santa Cruz showed us a ton of support and appreciation for what we’re trying to do, and we had an amazingly fun time.  The Museum of Art and History has some serious mojo going on, and they should be a model for community arts organizations to emulate.  You’d be incredibly lucky to replicate what they’re doing.  Anyway, check them out if you’re in the santa cruz area! http://www.santacruzmah.org/


Haptic Synapses Live at the SubZERO Festival 2014

Haptic Synapses | June 18, 2014 in recordings | Comments (0)

We finally have some music processed to sell. :) Check out some highlights from a recent 4.5 hour long set. Photo credit: freddie vega


Haptic Synapses Live during #C2SV 2013 at Works/San José

Haptic Synapses | October 15, 2013 in recordings | Comments (0)

We had a fun time playing at Works/San José on september 28th during #C2SV’s first year. Here’s a photo Steve took of Derek and Charles.
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We played for 3 straight hours, but here are some clips of our performance:


Haptic Synapses live at Empire Seven Studios, June 26 2013

Haptic Synapses | June 28, 2013 in recordings | Comments (0)

We were lucky enough to be invited to play at the SF Design Week in Silicon Valley event at Joe Miller’s solo show “Mass Produced Original Thought” at Empire Seven Studios. It was an amazing body of thought provoking art, and I’m really glad to say we had a great session and everyone was really happy with how it went.

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Photo by Natacha Madrigal

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Photo by Joe Miller


Haptic Synapses Live at SLAP!!!

Haptic Synapses | February 11, 2013 in recordings | Comments (0)

February 7th, 2013. Johnny V’s San Jose, CA. Thanks to eom sessions and SLAP!


Haptic synapses live at Intueri 2012

Haptic Synapses | December 23, 2012 in recordings | Comments (0)


Haptic Synapses and Antacid Crew at boing boing boing boing 2012

Haptic Synapses | March 19, 2012 in recordings | Comments (0)

We had a great time playing with Mark and Kyle of Antacid Crew! Always a blast! Thanks to Nexus for the invite, it was a great party with great people. :D


Haptic Synapses live at 2011 SubZERO Festival — video

Haptic Synapses | June 7, 2011 in recordings | Comments (0)

Well it was a long fun night. We had technical problems and came up with great solutions. It was great, and I hope we get to do it again next year. Here’s an hour long video of us playing. Sorry for the lack of light. You get an idea of what was going on, though. It’s available in 720p… and the sound is better at that resolution.