Axine M, Jas000n, Bacon Grease and more come together for a night of 'Touch Free Noise' on Sunday

click to enlarge Axine M. - Photo by Matthew Moyer
Photo by Matthew Moyer
Axine M.
On Sunday night, Orlando's experimental music scene is diving headfirst into the livestream pool with local conceptualist/DJ/musician Jason Kimmins' Contactless Delivery™ - Touch Free Noise.

Drawing some from performers who played Kimmins' DIY space Church of United Ministry, Contactless Delivery features locals Bacon Grease, and Kimmins' own project Jas000n. Out-of-town acts (possibly an obsolete concept for a livestream) include St. Pete project Lambchop and Tampa's Fjshwjfe. Finally, all the way from NYC, there's avant-techno performer Axine M.

One undeniable advantage to livestreams is that a creative organizer can create a wishlist-style performing lineup, without fears of logistics or physical distance. And with Kimmins' curatorial chops you end up with a great range of musicians. He may call it noise, but it's more a night of state-of-the-art experimental pop and dance music.

Get your Touch Free Noise only on Zoom on Sunday, May 17, at 8:30 p.m. Follow the Facebook event page for updates and Zoom access info.

Please follow CDC guidelines and Orange County advisories to stay safe, and please support this free publication. Our small but mighty team is working tirelessly to bring you news on how coronavirus is affecting Central Florida. Please consider making a one-time or monthly donation. Every little bit helps.


Since 1990, Orlando Weekly has served as the free, independent voice of Orlando, and we want to keep it that way.

Becoming an Orlando Weekly Supporter for as little as $5 a month allows us to continue offering readers access to our coverage of local news, food, nightlife, events, and culture with no paywalls.

Join today because you love us, too.

Scroll to read more Orlando Music News articles

Join Orlando Weekly Newsletters

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.