Luke Morse, Ken Ikeda

2019 / 09 / 21 (Sat)
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OTOOTO - Higashi Kitazawa
Electronic, Experimental, Improvised
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Luke Morse, Ken Ikeda


Luke Morse is a composer, sound artist, and software developer from the United States. His generative music focuses on coupling random processes with human interaction. He studied Music Composition in Chicago, and then received his Master’s at University of Washington, where he studied with sound artist Juan Pampin.

Luke’s custom software interfaces with an EEG headset to read the user’s brainwaves in realtime. The brainwave data is then used to control the pitch, rhythm, and various parameters on a number of sequencers and synthesizers. Moving in and out of a meditative state, or focussing on different stimuli, the user is able to create various audible trajectories in the resulting music.



Ken Ikeda is a composer and performer, born in Tokyo. He creates unique electric improvisation by a delicate combination of sine waves. After studying at Berklee College of Music, he has exhibited sound art and visual installations around the world. He has released five solo albums and collaborated on albums with David Toop, Eddie Prevost, John Russell, Toshimaru Nakamura, Tetuzi Akiyama, Chihei Hatakeyama and many other improvising musicians; Also he  has collaborated with, amongst others, visual artist Mariko Mori, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Tadanori Yokoo, Darren Almond; and composed and recorded for film maker David Lynch. He released CD albums from Touch, Spekk, Baskaru, White Paddy Mountain and Home Normal. Ken Ikeda currently lives and works in London, UK.

Live House

Live House:
B1, 3-13-10 Kitazawa, Setagayaku
Higashi Kitazawa
Address (Japanese):
世田谷区北沢 3-13-10 エコロニー東北沢 B1F
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Closest stations:
Higashi-Kitazawa (3 min walk)


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