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Masaki Batoh's Brain Pulse Music

ROBERT HAM
9 pm., Monday May 06 | $12.
Star Theater
13 NW 6th Ave.
 
[MUSIC OF THE MIND] The title of this project by Japanese musician Masaki Batoh is to be taken completely literally. The erstwhile member of Ghost has developed a machine—which can be purchased for the low, low price of $700—that picks up brain waves and converts them into sound via radio signal. The resulting music features low, burbling drones tumbling over birdsong-like squeals. Batoh’s objective is to develop his Brain Pulse Machine for clinical use to treat depression and Asperger’s, but until it can be tested as such, all you’ll be hearing is its beautiful and unusual noise.



Where: Star Theater
Address: 13 NW 6th Ave.

 
 

Star Theater

13 NW 6th Ave.
Portland, OR
97208
 
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