Noise From the Attic: Robert Beatty, April 30
By Joshua Massey
What's that noise coming from the attic?
Don't worry, quarantine isn't causing you to hallucinate fanciful tunes, those are REAL sounds coming from your attic. But they're not just any ordinary sounds - they are the fabulous improvisations of Lexington's finest experimental musicians.
Each Thursday (for the foreseeable future) starting at 7pm, WRFL is hosting live-streamed performances from some of our favorite experimental artists.
This Thursday, April 30th, at 7pm, Robert Beatty is going to kick off our Noise From the Attic live-stream series with an exotic, industrial synth set.
Known globally as the graphic design extraordinaire responsible for album art, such as Tame Impala's "Currents", Robert Beatty also produces some of the best experimental synth music around.
WRFL's Noise From the Attic series will be streaming live on our Facebook page.
This is something you won't want to miss.
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