Agathe Max

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Agathe Max
Origin Lyon, France France
Genres Minimalism, experimental music, Cyber jazz
Occupations Composer, violinist
Instruments Electric violin
Years active 2005–present

Agathe Max is a French violinist based in Lyon mainly active in the experimental music scene.

Agathe Max plays electric violin combined with electronics, stomp boxes and a loop station. She collaborated with a series of other experimental musicians such as Rhys Chatham, Carla Bozulich, Jonathan Kane, Alexander Tucker, Lucio Capece,[1] David Daniell, Yoko Higashi, Animal Hospital, Melt-Banana[2] and with dancers like Juha Marsalo, Carolyn Carlson. Besides her musical career, Max is also active as a visual artist. Max has played on the Supersonic Festival, Roadburn, ISSUE Project Room, Electron Festival. Her 2008 cd This Silver String was released on Xeric, a sublabel of Table of the Elements Records.

Discography[edit]

  • Solace The Grizzly, 2006
  • Sonic Live, 2007, Angry Ballerina Records
  • This Silver String, 2008, Xeric
  • Dangerous Days, 2012, Inglorious Records

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Agathe Max on Myspace