September 29th, 2012 | Published in Blog
29th September 2012
3 St. Pauls Hill,
Petrels is London-based musician Oliver Barrett (Bleeding Heart Narrative/Grapefruits). Debut album ‘Haeligewielle’ was released on Tartaruga Records in April, combining bowed strings, discarded electronics, sporadic percussion and occasional vocals; “frighteningly claustrophobic but exultant in a beautifully understated way… monstrous arvo part-isms and peter wright destructo-drones. and with similar tropes can come across like richard skelton on steroids.” (cowsarejustfood).
Katie English, aka Isnaj Dui, explores electroacoustic neo-impressionism using flutes, home-made dulcimers and electronics. She has released several critically acclaimed albums, performed at venues such as the National Portrait Gallery and Union Chapel and has collaborated live and on record with numerous artists from electronica acts to folk bands.
A sound manipulist – taking basic building blocks of sound and warping them into wild structures. Fragments of moments become sonic swathes stretching into the distance. Recorded works tend toward the ambient end of the spectrum, live shows can range from glistening soundscapes to full on noisefear…co-founder of the electronic and minimal orchestral outfit Regolith – “cerebral otherworldly weirdness” .
Pascal Savy is a French electronic music composer who lives and works in London (UK). He creates organic ambient and drone music, as a way to reflect on beauty, erosion and decay. His work combines acoustic sources with electronic tones generated by analogue and FM synthesisers.
Joe Evans is a Winchester based composer, performer and curator of Runningonair Music. His music often uses mathematics to determine a framework. His latest release Ecliptic Plane uses statistics from the motion of the planets to create the harmony, rhythm and form of the pieces.
“Ecliptic Plane is a shining example of what Runningonair is trying to put forth–deep-concept music that draws listeners in.” Hypnagogue Music Reviews