Immersion 3 April 2008
It’s that time again – your favourite bi-monthly audio/visual even returns! Starting around 7:30pm and lasting until 11:30pm, on 3 April 2008 Spencer Mash (SS_R) & PixelPusher present a night of soundscapes, experimental music, and visuals as part of the ever-popular, on-going Immersion series at The Flea-Pit, London E2. [schedule]
If you don’t know what Immersion is about, check out the Visuals section of my site for some little video tastings.
Livecoded animation by Dave Griffiths.
and Pixelpusher (yours truly)
The sonic line-up:
0 > 1:
0 > 1 is an alias for the miscellaneous musical deluge of London-based electroacoustic composer Lee Fraser. This performance will feature the live sequencing and manipulation of pre-recorded sound objects alongside complex generative micro-rhythmic structuring.
0 > 1 site
Sound/scape/pattern design using a combination of (frequently obsolete and/or self-modified) analogue and digital hardware, field recordings and non-commercial software. live performance in this instance using object-orientated software and laptop.
Previously released music on the Ai, Rag & Bone & Bad Sekta labels, and has forthcoming in 2008 on Dirty Needles, Ai & more.
Previous live performances @ NFA, Hekate, Pitchless/Ill Eagle, Abacus parties; Random Artists events; Wheels instead of Hooves; London Electrics; Dedbeat 4…
A land of towering analogia, monolithic muzak and fictional electro-acoustic stars, Jack Marchment’s forthcoming album ‘Corydon and Manjrekar’ will be released on Scotland’s Benbecula Records in May 2008.
Jack Marchment site
Benbecula Corydon and Manjrekar
Magnumquilter has been rocking open-minded parties in Wales and the Southwest with a live set that mixes horror-movie ambience and disembodied voices with glitched, Autechre-ish distorted beats.
Experiments with lo-fi electronics, noise and field recordings have been used to produce drones and repetitions – creating minimalist tracks that lie somewhere between machine-noise and 1970’s sci-fi horror soundtracks.
The Jones Memorandum:
A one man sound project that originally had no intention of going further than the kitchen table. Simplistic beats, velvet chords and the wondrous metronomic melody of various photocopier machines are guaranteed.