Hear a symphony composed from human heartbeats when M*Sync returns for 2017
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Hear a symphony composed from human heartbeats when M*Sync returns for 2017

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The evening will be highlighted by the Australian debut of LA-based electronic group Tropic of Cancer, looking to divulge into ulterior consciousness as they play live to heartbeats.

Also featuring on the night will be a cardiophonic symphony composed of hundreds of audience heartbeats and voices and a performative heartbeat synching exercise ensconced in Unconscious Collective’s revolutionary moon-age Hypnapods beanbags.

Sydney-based sound artist Gail Priest will also be performing alongside a new music project from HTRK’s Jonnine Standish, Queens of the Circulating Library. DJ CS will also be on hand with something pulsating, almost otherworldly behind the decks.

A six-day installation of Unconscious Collective’s Hypnapods will accompany the event running from February 9 until February 14, culminating fittingly into Valentine’s Day.