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I’ve never seen anything like it . . . a sumptuous feast for the senses, a dizzying display of sound and vision by a guitarist already renowned for her innovation.
If there’s one thing you can predict about the iconoclastic avant-guitarist Kaki King, it’s that the only thing you expect her to do next is that she’ll do the unexpected, every time.
Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” composer and musician Kaki King is known for her technical guitar mastery and for her never-ending quest to push the boundaries of her instrument. From 2015 to 2018, King toured her adventurous album The Neck Is a Bridge to the Body—a provocative and beautiful piece in which video images are projected onto her guitar. Powered by the study and illustration of data, King’s multimedia project DATA NOT FOUND, which debuted in 2019, explores themes of connection, alienation, and rebirth and how humans attempt to create meaning from the vast, endless patterns of our world.
King’s latest album, Modern Yesterdays, features songs written for DATA NOT FOUND. In presenting the album live, King continues to refine her instrument-centered projection mapping, using audiovisual technical wizardry, colorful visuals, and choreographed music to send audiences on an emotional journey.
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.