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Otis Fodder & Trademark G. | Dueling Theremin and Thereoke

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Otis Fodder has played with artists Lydia Lunch, Sigue Sigue Sputnik in the Bran Flakes, Comfort Stand Records founder, hub of local, national, and international experimental music scenes, owner of the most incredible found sound, soundtrack, lounge, Moog archive, and invaluable dorkbotSEA + dorkbotSF member!

TradeMark G. / Mark Gunderson is an audio artist, culture jammer, equipment designer, and organizer. He is best known for founding The Evolution Control Committee in 1986, a band renowned for its copyright-challenging stance. This resulted in the CBS television network threatening suit for sampling newscaster Dan Rather, but also gave The ECC credit for creating the 'mash-up' genre of music. TradeMark G. is also the creator of The ECC's Thimbletron, a live sampling performance instrument, and has been behind all of The ECC's 16 full-length albums, a videotape, 2 seven-inch records, and even an 8-track tape and a wax cylinder recording. TradeMark G. and The ECC have given over 500 live performances at festivals, concert halls, bars, and galleries in Australia, Germany, Holland, England, France, New York, San Francisco, and elsewhere.

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