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After many, many Warper Parties together where they barely had a moment to get to know each other, Shakey and Exaltron spend some quality time together in the Clocktower Studios in March 2011 interrupted only by stretches of music.

"I remix myself on stage and it feels good" is the subtly auto-erotic refrain of a one-man performance, production and remix artist who is obsessed with music and technology in all its forms. Exaltron, whose live set in the Clocktower studios showcased his talents as trumpeter, guitarist, vocalist, beat-boxer, and remix ninja. Based out of NYC and inspired by compelling rhythms from all over the world, and equipped with wares both hard and soft, he creates a sound that manifests and celebrates the infinite possibilities of music and technology, and generally exalts the electronic.

Over intricate beats steeped in electro-funk, drum n' bass, Brazilian and Afro-beat rhythms, Exaltron blurs the lines between the synthetic and the organic. Vocal harmonies are chopped up and filtered into synthesized jabs, trumpet is electronically multiplied into a futuristic big band sound. A solid sense of musicianship and a fetish for mad-scientist experimentation fuel an ecstatically creative approach to music.

Warper Party Radio Extravaganza programs are made possible in part by the Jerome Foundation that seeks to foster a dynamic and evolving culture by supporting the creation, development, and production of new works by emerging artists.


Warper Party Radio Extravaganza


The Warper party, New York City's largest electronic music showcase, brings its posse of "Omnidigital DJs and Biomorphic Musicians" to the rest of the globe.