Subtropics festival http://wlrn.org en The Architecture Is Alive: Some Reasons Why You Should Go to Subtropics Experimental Music Festival http://wlrn.org/post/architecture-alive-some-reasons-why-you-should-go-subtropics-experimental-music-festival <p>It’s hard to explain to someone what “sound art” is. These are encounters that bend our traditional definition of music, and the truth is CDs and&nbsp;MP3s&nbsp;simply cannot reproduce the experience.&nbsp;</p><p>Luckily, the&nbsp;<a href="http://subtropics.org/">Subtropics</a>&nbsp;music festival is literally your sounding board—both an introduction and advanced course—and a navigational chart for becoming conquistador of sound.</p><p></p> Thu, 07 Mar 2013 11:36:46 +0000 Nathaniel Sandler 10483 at http://wlrn.org The Architecture Is Alive: Some Reasons Why You Should Go to Subtropics Experimental Music Festival Subtropics Festival Will Explore 'How Sound Speaks About What’s Around You' http://wlrn.org/post/subtropics-festival-will-explore-how-sound-speaks-about-what-s-around-you <p><em>For <a href="http://artburstmiami.com/" target="_blank">ArtburstMiami.com.</a></em></p><p>Since its launch in 1989, the Subtropics festival has offered South Florida a multi-day event focused squarely on experimental music and sound art. This year the two-week Miami Beach festival starts with a symposium on sound and architecture, then relaxes into a series of concerts.</p> Tue, 05 Mar 2013 15:00:00 +0000 Dan Dickinson 10315 at http://wlrn.org Subtropics Festival Will Explore 'How Sound Speaks About What’s Around You'