Happy Valentine’s Day! Let Stephen Grasso’s smooth, romantic mix serenade you out of a bleak Friday 13th and into a warm, blissed out Saturday 14th. Neither laughable nor unphotographable.
Presenting Marella Moulting and Nectocaric, two compositions by Dominic Lash, performed by Consorts at Bang the Bore’s concert at Café Kino on 17th October 2014.
VA AA LR | Stephen Cornford | Seth Cooke The Cube Cinema, Bristol 8pm | Wednesday 21st January 2015 £6.00 Bristol’s premier promoter of sonic experimentation presents an evening of hacked tvs, 4 screen cinematic drone & electroacoustic experimentation. VA AA LR: Any means to create a spectacle, whether rescue flares or crackling piles of […]
Merry Christmas from Stephen Grasso and Bang the Bore! 2014’s entry in the Voodoo Christmas series is now online at Mixcloud for streaming or Sendspace for download.
Seth Cooke returns to the fold, worshipping the glitch via 3D printer and Infinite Jukebox. “Eternal World Engines of the Demiurge is a twenty minute quick & dirty blast of Jack Kirby tribute, evocation of thoughts and sensations accompanying childhood sleep paralysis and continuation of my interest in botched modelling. Infinite Jukebox was designed by […]
Seth Cooke & Dominic Lash PACT 3“CDR, (23’26’’), 60 copies, cardboard sleeve 1000füssler 025, released in November 2014 7,00 EUR (include shipping) Seth Cooke – waste disposal sink, electronics, pile of crap Dominic Lash – double bass 1. PA 11’38’’ 2. CT 11’40’’ Dominic Lash & Seth Cooke, March 2014; cover photography by Hy Crutchet […]
Sam Bailey, Kevin Sanders, Luke Nickel Nov 19th Bristol, Cafe Kino, £5 Prepared Piano, Petals, and a Pflutist Sam Bailey Cantebury’s woodland piano experimentalist and philosopher – creatively abusing the Kino upright, coaxing drones, clanks and wonder. http://www.fluid-radio.co.uk/2013/03/interview-with-sam-bailey/ Sam Bailey is an improvising pianist, composer, teacher and serial collaborator. In the past two years he […]
In 2010, Jean-Luc and Éric were invited by Arika to the Uninstal festival in Glasgow (Scotland) to carry out a series of recordings with some inhabitants of this city, in their home spaces. Based on predefined rules, including the single-sequence shot as a recording method, these people became the actors in a story about their […]
Review by Pete Coward Several years ago I eulogised the work of Dion McGregor in these very digital pages. That piece included the fervent hope that “there is more to come from the hours of tape that must exist.” It is fitting that this album realises that hope, for making dreams into reality was Dion’s […]
A very special two-day residency to celebrate the 60th birthday of one of the greats of improvised music – John Butcher. Featuring a line-up comprised of some of Butcher’s closest and most long-standing collaborators as well as some brand-new groupings brought together specially for these two days, this should be a unmissable celebratory residency for […]