BangTheBore

Archive for September, 2012



Phrenology, Winchester, Tonight!

29th September 2012 7:00pm The Railway 3 St. Pauls Hill, Winchester. S022 5AE Petrels 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 […]



BtB XV: DEPTH SOUNDING, Saturday 22.09.2012. **UPDATE**

Sadly Team Sports have had to pull out of this Saturday’s event. Their replacement on the bill will be John Bradburn, performing under his Yaldabaoth moniker (see below). Bang the Bore XV: Depth Sounding Featuring: Robert Curgenven, Kostis Kilymis, Will Montgomery & Yaldabaoth 7.00pm – 10.00pm, Saturday 22nd September 2012 John Hansard Gallery, University of […]


Classic Butcher, Durrant & Russell

Digitised from John Butcher’s VHS collection, this twenty year old concert (filmed 26th September 1992) featuring the trio of Butcher, Phil Durrant and John Russell, originally saw release on the Concert Moves CD.


MURMURATION PLAY PISARO, CAGE, SAUNDERS, WERDER & SFIRRI

MURMURATION PLAY PISARO, CAGE, SAUNDERS, WERDER & SFIRRI Saturday 13 October 2012 8pm (starting 8.30 prompt) £6 / £5 concs on the door BUY TICKETS FIND THIS EVENT ON FACEBOOK An evening of deep listening, featuring five works by composers in or around the Wandelweiser collective, performed by the 40-strong ensemble murmuration. All of the […]


A new tome on NZ musics…

“Erewhon Calling: Experimental Sound in New Zealand is a lavishly-illustrated new publication from the Audio Foundation and CMR. It is a survey of how a bunch of antipodean misfits and malcontents have forged new ways and new reasons to make noise, here at the end of the earth.” Edited by Bruce Russell of the Dead […]


Sir, we salute you

we wish you a happy deathday, September 12th 2003.


Wherever He Leads, I’ll Go: Stockhausen’s Intuitive Music, by Logan K. Young

Logan K. Young presents a provocative piece on the work and ideas of Karlheinz Stockhausen. Discussing improvisation, composition, and his studies with the composer.



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