"What is SPLICE, you ask? Only the showcase of NYC's best underground electronica." —The Deli Magazine

SPLICE is a live electronic music performance series in New York City, run by and for artists. SPLICE supports emerging talent, makes connections across scenes and genres, and brings new electronic art to the public.

Under the banner of "eclectic electronics", SPLICE presents a wide range of music, from electropop to experimental. SPLICE artists use techniques and technologies including analog, digital, and acoustic instruments, vocals, noise, multimedia, audio collage, improvisation, performance art, controllerism, circuit-bending, and sonification.

SPLICE events happen on Sunday nights, several times a year. Venues have included Solas, The Knitting Factory, Webster Hall, Galapagos, Monkey Town, and The Tank.

SPLICE has featured performers from New York City and across the U.S., as well as Canada, Peru, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, and Australia. SPLICE also showcases many innovative visualists, filmmakers, DJs, and interactive technology artists.

SPLICE is co-curated by Maximus Clarke and Chris Ianuzzi, and was founded by them and Corey Rossiter in 2006.

Find out about future events by following SPLICE on Facebook. Learn about past shows in the EVENTS section. For booking, press, and other inquiries, contact [at] gmail [dot] com.