Indonesian electronic music group Bottlesmoker perform at the “Plantasia” concert in July to an audience of more than 150 house plants and their owners. Photo: Widian Lesmana Indonesian electronic music group Bottlesmoker perform at the “Plantasia” concert in July to an audience of more than 150 house plants and their owners. Photo: Widian Lesmana
Indonesian electronic music group Bottlesmoker perform at the “Plantasia” concert in July to an audience of more than 150 house plants and their owners. Photo: Widian Lesmana
Music

Music for plants: the Indonesian band using sounds and frequencies to relax them, and inviting audience members to bring their own

  • Indonesian electronic music duo Bottlesmoker held their first plant-centric concert in July, playing to an audience who brought more than 150 house plants
  • They even capture ‘sounds’ from the plants which they turn into different melodies and patterns

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Indonesian electronic music group Bottlesmoker perform at the “Plantasia” concert in July to an audience of more than 150 house plants and their owners. Photo: Widian Lesmana Indonesian electronic music group Bottlesmoker perform at the “Plantasia” concert in July to an audience of more than 150 house plants and their owners. Photo: Widian Lesmana
Indonesian electronic music group Bottlesmoker perform at the “Plantasia” concert in July to an audience of more than 150 house plants and their owners. Photo: Widian Lesmana
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