ROBERT A.A. LOWE
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (b. 1975) is an artist and composer that works with voice in the realm of spontaneous music. Most recently, creating work with modular synthesizer for both sound and video has been a focus of live performance and installation.
The marriage of synthesis and the voice has allowed for a heightened physicality in the way of ecstatic music, both in a live setting and recorded. The sensitivity of analogue modular synthesis echoes the organic nature of vocal expression which in this case is meant to put forth a trancelike state.
Thanks to Makenoise for sponsoring this performance.
PYE CORNER AUDIO
Pye Corner Audio specialise in a majestic and cinematic electronica that conjures up the sound of haunted dance floors. A unique blend of John Carpenter, slow disco, deep house and electronic library music. Over eight albums across several labels and remixes for John Foxx, Mogwai, Mark Lanegan and Stealing Sheep.
Russell Haswell is a restlessly forward-thinking, genre-defying artist, performer and curator born in Coventry and currently based in London, England. With a background steeped in conceptual art, computer music, black metal, noise, techno, laser-graphics, free-style and solo improvisation, his practice is renowned for broaching the extremities of visual and sonic arts
Steve Bailey – aka Makaton – has been releasing influential, experimental and cutting-edge techno music since 1998 with all but a few of his releases coming through his own Rodz-Konez operation. Underground and uncompromising to the core, Makaton’s music is consistently supported and charted by Surgeon, Dave Clarke and James Ruskin, among other techno luminaries. Makaton’s exhilarating live set has seen him bolster the techno scene across the UK, Europe and in the US.
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Saturday 1 July, 20177:30pm – 12:00am