Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Ann Arbor's electro-art-punks Ectomorph in this week's Metro Times.

"Maybe women have a way of talking to the machines, creating a dialogue that's both synthetic and organic," Sherman says. Gillen says: "Electronic music should be totally organic, with human ideas given a voice through machines. Ectomorph is all about people applying electronics to real time performance. It's like playing the tuba or cello. I'm not into standing in front of crowd turning a knob or typing on a keyboard. What can be more boring than that?"

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