FRIDAY / 31.10.2014 / 20:30 – 21:00

Matthias Sohr



performance, DJ set

Beginning with a twelve tone row that Leonard Bernstein made use of in his Broadway operetta Candide (1956), No Doubt You’ll Think places at the disc jockey’s disposal a variety of manipulated tracks. Not only have melodies been split from their rhythmic sections in order to become separately mixable audio tracks, each melody track also reveals over the course of its running time a gradual transposition towards Bernstein’s twelve tone row. Whenever the sparse beat drops out during the mix, No Doubt You’ll Think puts into full effect the twelve tone row’s dissonant qualities.