Browsing articles tagged with " contact mic"
Mar
7

Amphibolous – 12 April 2012

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Amphibolous is Ash Steel, Adam Webster (Swung Dash) and Si Jones (Noise Club, Hot Hail). The group first got together in 2011 to work on a soundtrack for a short film about a failed DJ, but their musical chemistry shone […]

Dec
18

Helmut Lemke – 12 January 2012

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http://www.sound-art.de Imagine you have a plastic bottle…. You fill it with water and you hang it upside down…. You make a little hole in the cap…. and then you sit back, you wait and you listen – drips appear – […]

Dec
18

Helmut Lemke – 11 January 2012

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http://www.sound-art.de Imagine you have a plastic bottle…. You fill it with water and you hang it upside down…. You make a little hole in the cap…. and then you sit back, you wait and you listen – drips appear – […]

Oct
20

Diatribes – 3 November 2011

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Following their amazing gig last year, D’incise and Cyril return with an expanded line-up featuring some of the UK’s best improvisers… Cyril Bondi – drums/percussion D’incise – objects/laptop Dominic Lash – double bass Phil Durrant – laptop/sound manipulation Hannah Marshall […]

Feb
10

Rodrigo Constanzo, Ray Evanoff, and Iain Harrison – 10 February 2011

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New trio featuring our very own Rodrigo Constanzo, along with Ray Evanoff, which you might remember from Atemnt, who released an amazing CD on NUS Records, and Iain Harrison. This is their CD launch tour/gig. The record is amazing. For […]

Feb
9

Rodrigo Constanzo, Ray Evanoff, and Iain Harrison – 9 February 2011

By Rodrigo  //  Performances  //  No Comments

New trio featuring our very own Rodrigo Constanzo, along with Ray Evanoff, which you might remember from Atemnt, who released an amazing CD on NUS Records, and Iain Harrison. This is their CD launch tour/gig. The record is amazing. For […]

Jan
12

Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern – 12 January 2011

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Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern combines abstract expressionist visual art with experimental electronic-acoustic music to accentuate the similarities of both during improvised exchanges. Angela Guyton and Rodrigo Constanzo create a new event that requires the audience to consider this merger of music […]

Nov
14

Kacper Ziemianin, Peter Smith and James Stephen Finn – 14 November 2010

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Artist: Kacper Ziemianin, Peter Smith and James Stephen Finn Bio: London based musicians, Kacper Zieminian, Peter Smith and James Stephen Finn, each coming from different backgrounds, met in 2007 at Middlesex University where making noise together was a natural consequence. […]

Mar
11

Takahashi’s shellfish concern – 11 March 2010

By Rodrigo  //  Performances  //  No Comments

Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern combines abstract expressionist visual art with experimental electronic-acoustic music to accentuate the similarities of both during improvised exchanges. Angela Guyton and Rodrigo Constanzo create a new event that requires the audience to consider this merger of music […]

Dec
10

Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern – 10 December 2009

By Rodrigo  //  Performances  //  No Comments

Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern combines abstract expressionist visual art with experimental electronic-acoustic music to accentuate the similarities of both during improvised exchanges. Angela Guyton and Rodrigo Constanzo create a new event that requires the audience to consider this merger of music […]

Nov
12

Gift of Life / Filario Farinoppo – 12 November 2009

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“Gift of Life” is a freely improvising duo consisting of Timothy McCormack on flutes & bassoons and Ray Evanoff on amplified cymbal & objects. They began playing together shortly after meeting at the Uni. Huddersfield in the fall of 2008, […]

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The Noise Upstairs is an improv collective which runs a free-improv night in Manchester. The basic premise is that anyone can turn up and join in by putting their name in the hat. Names are pulled out, ensembles formed, and hearts broken.

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