Live from the Re:Mix Lab

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Today, we're broadcasting live from the Re:Mix Lab, a pop-up art and technology gallery in Manhattan’s Chelsea Market. Hear icy sounds from Antarctica transformed into lush soundscapes, when composer, turntablist and author DJ Spooky performs live.

Plus: chiptune artist Bubblyfish creates otherworldly video game music with her modified Game Boy controllers. And: we hear about  tech wizards who participated in a recent Music Hack Day - and the brand new apps they created.

Soundcheck host John Schaefer on stage at Re:Mix Lab
Soundcheck host John Schaefer on stage at Re:Mix Lab ( Stephanie Black )
Audience members outside Re:Mix Lab, a pop-up art and technology gallery at Chelsea Market
Audience members outside Re:Mix Lab, a pop-up art and technology gallery at Chelsea Market ( Stephanie Black )
Inside Re:Mix Lab
Inside Re:Mix Lab ( Stephanie Black )
Eliot Van Buskirk, editor in chief of the blog Evolver.fm, with host John Schaefer
Eliot Van Buskirk, editor in chief of the blog Evolver.fm, with host John Schaefer ( Stephanie Black )
Eliot demonstrates some of the strange apps produced by Music Hack Day in Montreal.
Eliot demonstrates some of the strange apps produced by Music Hack Day in Montreal. ( Stephanie Black )
The broadcast featured a live performance and interview from chiptune artist Bubblyfish.
The broadcast featured a live performance and interview from chiptune artist Bubblyfish. ( Stephanie Black )
John talks with Haeyoung Kim, a.k.a. Bubblyfish, about her modified Game Boy controllers.
John talks with Haeyoung Kim, a.k.a. Bubblyfish, about her modified Game Boy controllers. ( Stephanie Black )
John Schaefer and engineer Chase Culpon
John Schaefer and engineer Chase Culpon ( Stephanie Black )
Paul D. Miller, better known as DJ Spooky, joined us to talk about his Antarctica-inspired project, "The Book of Ice."
Paul D. Miller, better known as DJ Spooky, joined us to talk about his Antarctica-inspired project, "The Book of Ice."
DJ Spooky performing (on iPad) with cellist Laura Metcalf and violinist Sarah Whitney
DJ Spooky performing (on iPad) with cellist Laura Metcalf and violinist Sarah Whitney
Violinist Sarah Whitney
Violinist Sarah Whitney ( Stephanie Black )
One performance featured Spooky's mobile DJ app.
One performance featured Spooky's mobile DJ app. ( Stephanie Black )
Composer and vocalist Huang Ruo joined Spooky and the string duo onstage during the afterparty
Composer and vocalist Huang Ruo joined Spooky and the string duo onstage during the afterparty ( Stephanie Black )
DJ Spooky, John Schaefer and Huang Ruo chat during a break in the action
DJ Spooky, John Schaefer and Huang Ruo chat during a break in the action ( Stephanie Black )
The happiest iPad winner on earth. Ever. Congratulations -- and thanks to everyone for a great party!
The happiest iPad winner on earth. Ever. Congratulations -- and thanks to everyone for a great party! ( Stephanie Black )
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