06.24.2017 Loop Goat, Lauren Bousfield and Kid 606 live at Coaxial (3 Parts)
June’s episode featured live performances from Kid 606, Lauren Bousfield and Loopgoat, broadcast from Coaxial, a non-profit multi-disciplinary media arts organization devoted to the support of media, sound and performance art. It will be a part of COOLaxial, a benefit to raise funds for an A/C unit.
05.27.2017 Bana Haffar and Mike Dobler
This month Alex was joined modular synth masters Bana Haffar and Mike Dobler for a 2-hour live set. Both are regular performers at LA’s Modular on the Spot, a free outdoor performance hang for modular synth artists.
Alex Pelly designs live analog visual projections for Telecaves, an experimental noise duo consisting of Elaine Carey and Juliette Amoroso. Together, they have performed at Hauser and Wirth, Coaxial Arts Foundation, The Echo, Human Resources, Zebulon and various other Los Angeles venues as well as Noisebridge Hackerspace in San Fransisco and The Night Light in Oakland.
At Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles. Photo by Noe Montes.
Telecaves - Cryosphere
Telecaves Warming Up At The Echo 05/24/16
Live audio/visual offering for DUBLAB Proton Drive
Perpetual Dawn is a Berlin-inspired late night underground private techno party that happened regularly from 2015-2017. Alex Pelly was resident visualist, creating numerous themed live projections and TV installations.
Alex Pelly designed hypercolored visuals for synth pop band ESP from 2010-2013. Together they toured around Tokyo, where they played the Budokan with Maroon 5, toured through San Fransisco, Big Sur and San Diego as well as countless LA shows, including a residency at The Echo where they were joined by Flea and special performance at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills. Alex also directed two music videos for them, incorporating their live visuals.
ESP "Wonder Wonder" (dublab VisionVersion)
At the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills.
Prismatic pyramid installation designed in collaboration with Elaine Carey for residency at The Echo.