Resident is a monthly electronic audiovisual open mic event started in 2017. It is held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at The Laundry. Resident is casual and cool, and the community you'll find is like no other for aspiring electronic musicians in the Bay. No judgments, no bullshit, just positive support and openness to new ideas.
**Due to restrictions, this show will only be streamed online, do not come to the Laundry**
We stream every show on YouTube. Click on video reminder below to be notified later.
This month's lineup:
+ Franck Martin - https://www.peachymango.org
+ Jason Worden
+ Fetz - https://www.fetzcreates.art
+ intafon - https://intafon.bandcamp.com/
+ Fetz A/V - https://linktr.ee/fetzav
+ Jah’s Tin - https://jahstinmusic.com/
+ Manifold Theory - https://linktr.ee/manifoldtheory
+ Mister Unruly - https://soundcloud.com/mr-unruly
+ Next Expanse - https://nextexpanse.bandcamp.com/
+ FULL LINE UP
Sign up form:
+ We are looking for electronic musicians of all kinds: Modular Synth wizards, Beatboxers, Ableton twiddlers, LIVE PA, Analog Hardware junkies (SP404, ELEKTRON, MPC, etc) or whatever! Get in contact with our Resident page if you have any questions about your set up. If you can provide sound we'll amplify!
Non Facebook people may find more info at:
The Laundry, 3359 26th Street, San Francisco, United States
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