Anyone can play good music, but can they play music that is good for you?
Moral Kombat is a bi-monthly performance series, curated by G Lucas Crane, that pairs audio artists together in a sound battle in the Clocktower. An inquiry into the impossibility of assigning objective value to music, this series poses the questions: "Who plays the most moral music? Whose improvisation was conducted with the highest level of moral content?" Questions answered by the equally thought provoking Moral Magistrate, an interactive light sculpture that utilizes long forgot World War I technology to interpret and communicate messages of fate.
Moral Kombat Contenders have included compser Darren Ho, freak-folk yoga duo Taraka and Nimai Larson, violinist and drone composer C Spenser Yeh, Matt Mondanile of Ducktails and Real Estate, Pete Nolan of Magic Markers, American Free Jazz virtuoso Daniel Carter, and solo performer/sound artist Sun Araw.
The full playlist of videos can be found here.