Sunday 13 January 2019, 7.30pm
Joe Wright is a saxophonist, improviser and researcher based in London. His current work focuses on how electronic systems can be used to change the performer-instrument relationship in improvised and collaborative music.
experimental, improvised sound
interference, feedback, extremes
- Onin (with Joe Wright)
- duo with Phil Maguire
- Frost&Malone (with Reuben Kyriakides)
has also performed with artists such as; Eddie Prévost, John Butcher, Steve Beresford, Phil Durrant, Adam Bohman
Taiwanese experimental artist based in London. Performs and releases music under the alias ‘en creux’ where the sound creation springs from their fascinations in noise generated via feedback on digital and analogue equipment, and their role as a ‘mediator-performer’ in the multifaceted relationship between the sonic events incurring within the self-regulated system.
‘Fuzz comes alive, moving at odd angles like the sinuous threads are being chased by a series of subatomic bleeps and flashes. Tension rises as the tempo picks up, fueling the disjointed rhythmic quality within each sterile, self-contained unit.’ – Fox Digitalis
Phil Julian is a UK based composer and improviser active since the late 1990's. He has a prolific output encompassing sonic textures that run the gamut from harsh squalls of noise to compositions using hyper-minimalistic timbres and drones.
John Macedo is a sound artist from London. He has a pluralistic approach which reveals the ephemeral and hidden potential in all sounds, environments and technologies, often in intimate, immersive and intuitive ways. He performs solo and in collaboration with other musicians on modular synthesizer and custom-made software and electronics.
The pair have been working together since early 2012 using dual modular synthesisers, electronics and computers.