Monday 4 March 2024, 7.30pm

Michael Speers / John Wall (duo) + Lee Fraser + Eye Measure

£14 £12 Advance £7 MEMBERS

John Wall

Born 1950.
Started composing 1990 and still going.
Played and collaborated with some good people.
There is no promotional visual youtube material.

go here https://johnwall.bandcamp.com/
and here https://utterpsalm.blogspot.com/

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.

https://michaelspeers.net/

Eye Measure

Eye Measure is a Sheffield based artist making weird and dark computer music with live coding and algorithmic composition. Their performances have taken place at venues such as Cafe OTO, Corsica Studios, Venue MOT, and No Bounds festival.

They have released music with the labels Cherche Encore and Edited Arts, and have a release forthcoming on TT. Alongside making music they are doing a PhD, and co-run Pattern Club, a workshop/event series exploring algorithmic patterns.

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.

leefraser.co.uk