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The Museum of Science teams up with New England Synth Fest for another incredible fusion of live synthesizer performances that take over the Charles Hayden Planetarium for one night only this fall! Experience some of New England best synth musicians and visualizers like never before in the immersive full dome environment of the Planetarium, featuring a brand new lineup of performers and synth vendors!
New England Synthesizer Festival is a loose-knit inclusive community of synthesizer hardware and music enthusiasts. Since 2004, they have been supporting exhibitions, meet-ups, performances, and education, and our interests include every technology, niche, and musical style related to synthesizers. Their events welcome performers, fans, builders, collectors, professionals, hobbyists, artists, and engineers, with experience from beginner to expert.
Produced by Kent Lundberg and the Museum of Science, Boston.
Aether Chroma with visuals by Adam Savje
Snowbeasts with visuals by Vidumami
Supported by a gift from an anonymous donor.
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Thursday, November 9 | 7:30 pm
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Recommended for: Visitors 18 years of age and older
Formed in the Summer of 2020, Hexx Head is the conception of Boston, MA based interdisciplinary artists Allie Coppola and Mike Frazier. The two began collaborating over their shared enthusiasm of abrasive industrial techno beats, hypnotic synthesizer riffs and powerful vocals. Winter of 2021 brought the release of their first EP “Seabeds Cough”. Since then, Hexx Head has toured the West Coast twice and have played numerous shows in the Boston local electronic music circuit.
Hexx Head often finds inspiration in the concept of polarity, delving into the delicate balance between opposites and exploring how these opposing forces can harmoniously coexist and materialize. With their individual backgrounds in visual art, Hexx Head often uses imagery and sound to bring their ideas to life.