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A celebration of keyboards and computers

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 It was keyboard night at the Slice, Feb. 1. While I missed local band  Shipbreaker, I caught part of the set of Greyscreen, or Kevin Stebner. According to his Myspace page, he creates soundtrack to video games that never existed, using, among other things, a Game Boy. In which Greyscreen aka Kevin Stebner. Photo by Richard Amerycase he definitely succeeded. He stood hunched over a table full of video game and computer hardware emitting an array of bleeps, bloops and computerized sounds and effects, which had the good sized crowd cheering. He cut his set a little short after saying he couldn’t get some of it to work.

Open Channels playing the Slice. Photo By Richard AmeryLethbridge band Open Channels closed off the night with a more straight ahead set of garage rock/ punk music.

 Jane Edmundson’s keyboards weren’t as loud as usual, but  this time could have been punched up just a touch. But the band shone They played a very tight and entertaining set of  original music.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 February 2013 11:49 )  
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