Archive for September, 2016
A compilation of curious and wonderful sound art from across the Middle East, curated by Dubai-centred sound art collective, Tse Tse Fly.
Shell-shocked improvisation from Australian trio Exhaustion, in collaboration with saxophonist Kris Wanders.
Noises that wither and die of their own accord. An exercise in hopelessness.
The sounds of protest and subverted sampling, dangled carefully from the scaffold of danceable beats.
A symphonious record of eternal flow and terrible fate, by the new duo of David Tibet and Youth.
Prior to their launch night on Thursday 22nd September, the artistic collective behind Salford’s new venue space talk about forging a community and catering for Manchester’s vast experimental music scene.
Sabotaged certainties and computer seizure – a series of live performances for Tammen’s self-made “Endangered Guitar”.
Ascension and disappearance. A 45-minute improvisatory collaboration with Scanner, featuring the din of a French rugby match.
Accordion, hob, electronics, gone. There’s no time.
A fire drill folding in on itself. Future-gazing electronics and archaic instrumentation in collision.