Thursday April 12th & Friday April 13th at BIG SKY WORKS

Over TWO consecutive nights, Anna Copa Cabanna, Joe McGinty & present a chronological exploration of the sonic and visual experiments of Kraftwerk with a live presentation of their SEMI-complete repertoire in the BIG SKY WORKS Atrium.

Each evening consists of a live performance and visualization of 2/3 of Kraftwerk’s studio albums—Autobahn (1974), Radio-Activity (1975), Trans-Europe Express (1977), The Man-Machine (1978), Computer World (1981) & Techno Pop (1986)—in the order of their release.

This RE-reinterpretation showcases Kraftwerk’s historical contributions to and contemporary influence on global sound and image culture… FOR THOSE OF US WHO DON’T HAVE FANCY MOMA(/internet scalper) CONNECTIONS.

Doors at 8pm
Autobahn (1974)- Cosmicide (members of The Secret Machines)
Radio-Activity (1975) – The Trapeze Loft
Trans-Europe Express (1977)- Dead Mofo (members of The Kills, A Place to Bury Strangers) Projections by Spencer Bewley!
+ DJ Niteline (Kevin Duffey) before, after and in between!

Doors at 9pm
The Man-Machine (1978) – The Anna Copa Cabanna Show
Computer World (1981) -Joe McGinty’s Circuit Parade, featuring Mike McGinnis (woodwinds), Leon Dewan (Dewanatron) and Dorit Chrysler (Theremin).
Techno Pop (1986) – The Dirty Boogaloo
+ DJ URSULA1000 before, after and in between!

BOTH nights will feature a larger than life keytar-triggered light show by



|| Aztec Economy + Den Svarta Fanan
Joe Merolla (Cello) / Weasel Walter (Drums) / Nonoko Yashida (Alto Sax)
Casey Wimpee (text) / Sean Berman (video design) / Adam Belvo (Pizo)
Julie Morgethaler (Penka) / Laten Willson (Pascal) / Cole Wimpee (actions)
Nick Capodice (007)
Panoply Performance Lab
Esther Neff + Brian McCorkle + Arla Berman + Bonnie Kane
Mark Morgan (Guitar) / Richard Hoffman (bass) / John Lockie (drums)

check out the video trailer here:

PSYCHOJELLY (aztec economy) is a half-hour performance with live music and video detailing a narrative involving radioactive jelly, turtle eggs, floppy discs, James Bond, and cold war escapism set in Bulgaria in the 1980s. Aztec Economy has presented shows at the Obie-Award Winning Ice Factory at the Ohio Theater and 3LD in Lower Manhattan, as well as at P.S.122, The Tank (formerly in Tribeca), The Steamship Lilac off the Hudson River,
The Brick Theater, Brooklyn Fire Proof, New Orleans Fringe Festival, The Fridge in Washington D.C., and bars, backyards, rooftops, and churches all over Brooklyn.

DEN SVARTA FANAN is composed of Joe Merolla on Cello, Weasel Walter on Drums, and Nonoko Yashida on Alton Sax.

PHOTONS BE FREE (panoply performance lab) was originally cheap propaganda for the Hologram Liberation Front written by The Doctor (Joe). PPL’s 2012 piece attempt to provide a crucial platform for the voices of photon, electrons, and other enslaved particles (dear ones), as they shuffle together for warmth, scream their despair into ears too large and crude to understand, and riot across the spectrum in a haze of elementary self-organization.
with Esther Neff, Brian McCorkle, Arla Berman, Bonnie Kane

SIGHTINGS is a psychedelic rock band in Brooklyn. DISCOGRAPHY 4 song 7″ (Freedom From, 2001) “Live” cass. (Spite, 2001) “Sightings” cd/lp (Load, 2002) “Live at Free 103.9 FM” cd-r (Free 103.9 FM, 2002) “Michigan Haters” cd (Psych-O-Path, 2002) “Absolutes” cd/lp (Load/Riot Season, 2003) “Unreleased Vols. 1 & 2” cd-r (no label, 2003) “Gardens of War” w/ Tom Smith cd (Smackshire, 2004) “Arrived In Gold” cd/lp (Load, 2004) “Castle Moat/Invisible Coats” 7″ (Fusetron, 2005) “Back to Back/Une Drole De Journee” 7″ split with Hrvatski (Ache, 2005) “End Times” cd/lp (Fusetron/ En/Of, 2006) vinyl edition has 3 tracks from CD version + one different song and is paired with an offset print from artist Daniel Richter. ltd to 100 copies “Through The Panama” cd/lp (Load-CD/Ecstatic Peace-LP, 2007) Mike Morgan (Guitar), Richard Hoffman (Bass), John Lockie (Drums).


White Mystery 4/20 Record Release Rock’n’Roll Circus

White Mystery is the rock’n’roll duo Miss Alex White and Francis Scott Key White from Chicago named a Top Sibling Act and Best Video Premiere by MTV. The siblings are excited to celebrate their third annual 4/20 record release at Big Sky Works with New York talents Total Slacker, Habibi, Fucking Bullshit, ventriloquist Carla Rhodes, visuals by B.A. Miale, and aerial performers. Join the event to make this a true Rock’n’Roll Circus! 9PM, 21+, $10

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