Sunday 4 July 2021, 7.30pm
Great, mind-bending triple bill featuring Brighton's Duncan Harrison, who released an all new work of bizarre and beautiful junk-concrete, pieced together from unedited phone recordings on our in-house TakuRoku label earlier this year; Louie Rice & Luciano Maggiore, whose TakuRoku release 'Synthesised voices and low frequencies to eat crisps with' conjured concrete poetry for the flaccid digital age (and for fans of crisps); and Ash Reid & Jackson, who will be playing recent works, plus excerpts from their forthcoming album currently being recorded at OTO.
Duncan Harrison, poet and sound maker, is one of the strong holders within the South English Weird Noise scene. His music displays a broad array of cut-up sound poetry, improvisational strategies and audio collages with sonic left-overs abstracted from daily environments. No surprise he regularly collaborates with the likes of Dylan Nyoukis, Karen Constance, Pascal Nichols, Ali Robertson and many more.
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Luciano Maggiore and Louie Rice continue to explore a shared interest in auditory phasing and an expansion of the spatialisation of sound beyond the stereo field. Aiming to reach beyond the confines of electro acoustic music to develop a type of performance referencing conceptual and performance art, folk singing, dance choreography and minimalist composition amongst other things.
photo by Lorenzo Burlando