New Electronic Music Series Launches at CODA in February

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Christopher Bissonnette, a Canadian musician/sound artist/designer who lives and works in Detroit/Windsor, has released four full-length albums for the Chicago-based label Kranky.

A founding member of Thinkbox, a “project-based collective that has explored art, sound and video in a variety of contexts ranging from art galleries to music venues,” he makes use of elements of concrete, field recording and modular synthesis.



On Feb. 4, he’ll kick off a new electronic music series with a performance at CODA. Curator Matthew Ryals hopes the series “contributes to Cleveland’s ever growing and diverse music scene by featuring well-established and up-and-coming artists as well as providing more opportunities to local musicians.”

Local musicians Stephan Haluska + Matthew Ryals and Unikove will also perform.



The concert begins at 9 p.m. Tickets are $12 at the door, $10 in advance.

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