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Kicking off proceedings on Tuesday 18th we have a double bill with Ripsaw Catfish (Cath Roberts and Anton Hunter) and their project ‘Shoaling’ + Corey Mwamba/Dave Kane/Joshua Blackmore. On Wednesday 19th, Deemer - an electro-acoustic sound art project with myself and Merijn Royaards takes the stage alongside improvising electronics trio duck-rabbit. On Thursday 20th, to round things off we’ve got a HUGE and I mean a HUGE double bill with my band Entropi and Cath Roberts’ fabulous band Quadraceratops. It feels great to have the opportunity to showcase two of my projects and see some of my favourite musicians playing in the intimate setting of Long White Cloud. Oh yes I am very happy indeed!
Tuesday 18th: Ripsaw Catfish & Corey Mwamba/Dave Kane/Joshua Blackmore (tickets HERE)
Wednesday 19th: Deemer & duck-rabbit (tickets HERE)
Thursday 20th: Entropi & Quadraceratops (tickets HERE)
Quadraceratops by Alex Bonney
Entropi by Carl Hyde
Deemer by no one (camera on timer!)
Here is a sneak preview of my band Entropi’s debut album, to be released in May 2015 on the F-IRE Presents label!
Here’s a taste of Merijn Royaard’s sound art project ‘Acid House’, which Deemer adapted and performed at the Vortex on Sunday 7th September. More videos to come!
Very much looking forward to playing at the Vortex with Deemer an experimental improvising/electronics duo with myself and Dutch sound artist Merjin Royaards. We’ve been rehearsing in an empty house in Camden (do those still exist?) all week, which is quite spooky – see photo below. It will be nice to finally move all the gear to the more cordial surroundings of the Vortex ready for our performance tomorrow night!
Deemer – an experimental duo with myself and Dutch sound artist Merijn Royaards - are excited about playing at the Vortex on Sunday 7th September as part of the ‘LUME Presents…’ series. We are also very happy to be sharing the bill with vibraphonist Corey Mwamba! Should be a great evening of experimental and improvised music.
To buy advance tickets click HERE
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