Keywords: rave, synthesis, elasticity, time dilation, chronesthesia, goo, hoover, hoover-stretching, hyperobject, slime, psychedelia, fractal, upward spiral, downward spiral, warping, hooliganism, mereology, horns, horny, tetrafluoroethane, acid, anti-humanism, mentasmic, climax, freeze-frame, recursive, poing, anthem, non-anthem, balloon, strobe, unrestricted composition, party boobytrap, palindrome, fold-in, continuum, squashed, monolith, asymmetry, climax denial, quasiperiodic, gabber, homeomorphic, recurrence, fluorescence, phosphorescence.
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros and Stephen Sharp produce what they call "computer music for hooligans". Their work can be described as an aesthetic exploration of algorithmic composition and a deconstruction of rave culture. Their music has been published on record labels like Entr'acte, Mego, Presto!?, fals.ch or their very own ALKU. Their work has been exhibited in festivals, clubs, galleries and museums throughout the world. The name of the project comes from Sambucus Ebulus (in Catalan, évol), a herbaceous species of elder with a characteristic foetid smell.
Poster for the show at Knot Gallery, Athens, February 2013
Preliminary work for 'Hands in the air, reach for the laser' (Diapason Gallery, NY, 2010)
Testing a new horn. Berlin, 2009
Horn performance. Premiere of 'Ten canisters...' (La Felpa, Barcelona, 2010)
Sheffield event invite, December 2008
Chromatologies brochure, November 2010
Scores for the 'Dual Punani' performance series for computer and gas horns, 2008
"This is not computer music. It's free rave" (DJ Zero, Barcelona techno legend).