Wednesday 27 September 2023, 7.30pm

For Jacques Beloeil (A Memorial Performance)

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For Jacques Beloeil (A Memorial Performance)

Michael Anacker
Dale Cornish 
Allon Kaye (DJ) 
Adi Newton 
Laura Not (DJ)
Michael Speers and Lee Fraser
Ute Waldhausen 
John Wall

Michael Anacker

Michael Anacker has been musically active since 1986, most of the time under the nom de plume Kallabris.

His work has been described as "electro-acoustic chamber music"— a description which should be taken literally.

He has collaborated live and in the studio with Jacques Beloeil, Alice Creischer, Angela Fette, Timo Hein,
Christian Jendreiko, Robert Lepenik, Volker Zander, and Dr. Ariane Eckregen.

Dale Cornish

Born, raised and current of London (south), Dale Cornish has released a series of acclaimed albums for Entr’acte, including Ulex (2015 and Aqal (2017) along with releases for labels including Where To Now?, The Tapeworm. In addition to this he has done remix work for artists as diverse as Merzbow, Perc and Billie Ray Martinand collaborations with Powell, Adam Asnan and Andie Brown in addition to a regular duo with Phil Julian, memorably/horribly described as “Coil for the Trump age”.

Adi Newton

“Adi Newton has long since described the process of making music as his research.It represents a more thoughtful and refective body of work than that which dominates his peer group. In particular, Newton’s grasp of the philosophical connotations of technology placed him apart from the majority of its practitioners.”NME.COM First For Music News..

Adi Newton began his life long involvement with Sound via Painting and through a theatre Project which began his involvement with the electronic Trio The Future from which he founded ClockDVA and TAGC / The Anti Group, both of which are increasingly considered as one of the pre eminent pioneers of 80’s experimental music.The CDVA acclaimed albums include the 1988 electronic masterpiece BURIED DREAMS & the 1980 electro acoustic THIRST ,While TAGC can site the Meontogical Research Recording series and the Ambisonic landmark Digitaria as much appraised and in Infuential works.

photo credit: E Gabriel Edvy

Laura Not

Laura Not is an artist, dj and radio host.  Since 6 years, she hosts the thematic broadcast (x)=musik on Lyl Radio and curates an eclectic selection of monthly mixes for Sounds Unsaid on the German branch of Dublab. She has composed music for art installations and moving image, and recently released on independent labels such as Kashual Plastik or Phncrs. Behind the decks, Laura Not likes to call herself a sound-collagist. Her sets are the space in which hybrid sonic sources, entwined in hidden bonds, gather into an idiosyncratic narration.

Michael Speers

Michael Speers (b. 1992) is a musician from Northern Ireland.
Working with natural & synthetic sound material—using drums, computer, microphones, feedback—in composition, performance and installation.
Collaborating with Paul Abbott as yPLO—using real & imaginary drums. With Luciano Maggiore, making music contemplating the kernel of black metal.
Other collaborators include John Wall, Louise Le Du, Olan Monk, Niklas Adam, Lee Fraser and Seijiro Murayama.
Recordings published by Anòmia, Party Perfect!, Krim Kram, Takuroku, C.A.N.V.A.S., Wasted Capital Since 2013 and Feedback Moves.

Lee Fraser

Lee Fraser (b. 1981) is an English composer based in Turin, Italy. His work explores notions of interiority, liminality, and the Outside, and is characterised by an ongoing concern with synthetic sound and complex auditory experiences. He has received commissions from the BBC, Distractfold, Ensemble Adapter, Galeria Duarte Sequeira, the Royal Academy, and others, and released two albums of his music to date, on Entr’acte (2014) and Ge-stell (2018), with a third scheduled for release in 2024 by Cripta747, which will be accompanied by a book of essays from Fraser and other contributors.

Ute Waldhausen

Ute Waldhausen researches body articulations and works as a multidisciplinary performance artist.
Since 2015 she lived and worked with Jacques Beloeil (aka Ruth Temp).
"For Jac" she will install and activate an other object of her "Residuum".

John Wall

Born 1950.
Started composing 1990 and still going.
Played and collaborated with some good people.
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