event / evento de arte.sonoro

" events" performs with sound artists, musicians, electronic composers, and experimental d.i.y. It is a conceptual event, an art exhibition and a music concert, too.  Previous series with robin rimbaud, noishx, amaria noise, marc o’callaghan, cementimental, robbie judkins, ivory bunker, holr, tasos stamou, luke jordan, andrew page, milo taylor, james shearman, wajid yaasen, grace electric, ryan jordan, pablo sanz, j.c.vasquez, mark wagner, jack one, vera brementon, alo allik, shelly knotts, viv corringham, joel cahen, 

noise, ambient, drone, sound, industrial, experimental, avantguarde, diy, hacking, live coding, glitch, feedbacks systems, circuit bending, live performance, electroacoustics, field.recordings, psycho-acoustics, 
electronic music, computer music, techno, hardtekno, dark ambient, algorithmic music, pure data, supercollider, harshnoise, psychodelic trance, synthesizers, cybernetic experimental wired sounds .........

more than ten events in one year, more than fifty artists, hundreds of audiences, in a monthly event promoted by eam

181 Stoke Newington Church Street 

bioni samp
artist, producer, video maker, experimental electronic music, live, recordings, custom audio software and hardware.

GPUD Hannah Thompson & Stephen Scutt 
since 2002, tape loops, samplers, old lab equipment, noise/sound experimentalists, circuit bending.

Now Wash Your Hands
since 2009, power electronics, noise!, harsh electronic, live performance.

legion of swine

nazar ali khan
Bass, drones, beats and field recording cults


john kannenberg
crisap sound art experimental field

iker ormazabal
guitar, effects and oscillators experimental ambient drone noise 

richard crow

madame cell
[ prepared piano electronics street sound art ]


murnau b
noise art rock trio guitars and vocals bass and synthesizer drums  dense atmospheres unusual tunings obscure rhythms dissonant distortions. 



supported by "Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council"
Rudolf’s research and work leads down - and through - the nethermost regions of the human psyche. Combining abreactive and cleansing actionism with sonic rituals and psychoactive acoustics, generates audio-environments into which he plants grotesque psychomagick rituals and tantric exercises to trigger a higher awareness. aka Runzelstirn & Gurgelstøck founded Schimpfluch in 1987

has worked since the early 90s in self-taught electronics, chaotic circuits, unusual ways of 'synchronizing' non-rhythmic sounds, alongside a use of magnetic tape and electronics to produce a kind of junk low-fi musique concrete which would've no doubt been rejected by Ircams engineers as "technical fault, unlistenable".

Mark Wagner: Cosmic Mantra / Yantra / Amen (RA). Amateur bell ringer (and training), MW will decompose the heart of prayer down to it's very essence where chaos meets order, pain meets pleasure and Magik brings forth miracle and wonder. To make a joyful noise unto אלוהים

Prolonged Version. soniferous engine;

eXperimental electronics II. upstairs @ the castle. london 2014
after 6 months of monthly events, with diy electronics, pd, feedbacks systems, live coding, circuit bending, sound and performance, electroacoustics, field.recordings, software-based soundworks ,eXperimental electronics open call for artists, benders, noisers, improvisers, engineers, freakers, hackers, coders, ...
last quarter of the year.  3 months to go. all experimental circuits welcome
thanks all x the support

thursday 9th october 
sainswn = noisesound in Welsh. Noisesound. Perception as generativeof inner, liminal and outer contingencies. Cognition as partial deformationsof externalities. Aesthetics as contra-anaesthetics. Bodies and mindsextending through techno-augmentation. The non-machine obliteratedby informatics. Econo art in the era of supra-modernist clusterfux. "Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light." Dylan Thomas

raxil4 //// left hand cuts off the right
a collaboration with raxil4. set will be 20 - 30 minutes long. manipulating cassettes and  a stereo output. One tape machine will play but won't need to be mic'd or plugged into the PA. with ambient drone made by oscillators, pedals and analog tape synthesizer 

james shearman
20 year old sound-scavenger, free-floating drone agent, caffeine depository
and elven spirit-being residing in he11stone, England.

tristan burnfield 
Performance exploring the limitations of the Gameboy's 8-bit soundchip. Creating powerful warm, and rich tones through hacking a simple humble consumer device.

thursday 30th october
day of the dead ////// dia de los muertos
with artists from mexico to london

juan jose rivas 
VOLTA jam sessions and sound . Volta experimentation is a serie of improvisation and sonic experimentation which seeks to accommodate sound projects with different characteristics: sound art, experimental music, performance and any other genre or format that is as raw material audio, the sound and hearing.

miguel ortiz 
Dr. Miguel Angel Ortiz Pérez is a Mexican composer and sound artist based in London. Born in Hermosillo Sonora, he has been involved in a vast range of activities related to modern music and sound art. He has worked professionally as a composer, SOUND ENGINEER, lecturer, score editor, promoter and sound designer.

poulomi usurp 
Her current pre-occupation investigates sacrilegious sound and vision through the machinations of her prepared, modified sitar, electronics and slide projections, performing on the noise and free improv scenes. 

charlie wheatley
professional musician, improviser and sound artists, ch.w. uses diy instruments in noise and ambient compositions, has played at the a band jamms, appiary studios, central london car park  among many more

thursday 27th november 
magia roja presents (bcn)

Coàgul is the artist Marc O’Callaghan’s solo project created in 2009. With an aesthetic between black metal and David Tibet, he’s themes are plagued with ancestral Mediterranean symbology, references to Tarot, surrealism and old secrets.

Ordre Etern 
Màgia Roja is a not-for-profit cultural association and label from Barcelona that seeks to unearth, promote and disseminate ritual and magic inspired music.

viv corringham
voice- electronics- soundscape recordings. Since the 1980s Viv Corringham has been singing a wide range of music: improvised, Greek Rembetika, New Wave, Eastern Mediterranean, new music and spontaneously created songs. She has also been recording soundscapes in the many places her sound and installation work has taken her. These various elements find their way into her live performances. 

joel cahen
Joel Cahen was born and raised, to a certain extent, in Israel, and currently lives and works in London. He is an audio and visual practitioner and curator and organiser of experiential art events. Since 2002 he has been organising multi-disciplinary art events in London, singular music events and events series such as Evil Art (2002 – 2004), The Wormhole Saloon at the Whitechapel Art Gallery (2005 – 2006), Scrap Club, public Destructivist art activity (2007 – ongoing), Wet Sounds, underwater deep listening (2008 – ongoing) and most recently the sound-based augmented reality project Interzone Theatre (2012 – ongoing). He works for the sound art research centre CRiSAP.

thursday 18th december 
thibault autheman
alessandro altavilla
arma agharta
tasos tafarel

Date / Saturday13 September 201419:00 - 23:00
Venue / The Castle44 Commercial Road; Whitechapel;
London E1 1LN;   United Kingdom
Cost /5.00GBP
Promoters / elektronische-art-and-music

project started in 2013 by the typical art student experimenting with sound, located in the middle of nowhere in Belgium. The fruit of these experiments with noise, silence and strange sounds, has given an album entitled “Misplaatst” with 6 tracks 

Cementimental is the name under which I currently make all my experimental noises, using 'circuit bent' electronic sound-toys and basically whatever and whoever I can get my hands on. The project becomes more or less of a 'band' when I team up with various other noisy types to produce and perform deranged music and noise of many genres. Cementimental is also part of/indistinguishable from other projects including Gymnastic Decomposition and Hypno-Bacon.

Mark Wagner 
I have started to play & performa with Cymatics while writing a detailed study of Vibratory Phenomena. Below are two excerpts from the first performances, one featuring a demo with Agathe Max on violin. I have dubbed this practice Cymagick and will performing next on the 8th August at the supernormal creating alongside Sanna Charles an immersive environment for performance, demonstrations, interactions and exhibition under the banner 'Sound & Mysticism'

Nathan Kelly is a musician from Perth, Australia who began performing solo in 2009. He has toured Australia and Japan on multiple occasions; this is his first time performing in Europe. He uses loop pedals, laptop, radio, contact microphones and prepared speakers, to juxtapose sounds that signify inanity, annoyance, or childishness with sounds commonly received as blissful or meditative. 

MusicaDispersa - dj setELECTRONIC EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC DISPERSA RADIO Es una plataforma que agrupa diferentes programas de radio dedicados a la historia de la música electrónica y experimental.musica dispersa mensual y la caja de música semanal.

eXperimental electronics. a commissioned project for 6 months . it will show emergent, established and well-know artist from london scene. it will invite to participate international artists from abroad. the project borns from the experience of curating music in festivals, art galleries and non-commercial places. the sessions will take place @ 44 commercial road. a black box found in east london, next to aldgate and whitechapel art gallery. we expect the good location will inspire to welcome creation, experimention and art emotion. 

electronic music, computer music, techno, ambient, dark ambient, algorithmic music, pure data, supercollider, live coding, noise, harshnoise, psicodelic trance synthesizers in an electronic noise ambient and cybernetic experimental wired soundsss

thursday 10th april: 

cementimental / den jyske
der wast aka simon schaffer
adam parkinson / alessandro altavilla 
blanca regina / steve beresford
with the collaboration of radio streaming

thursday 15th may: 
with the installation by ella CR

thursday 19th june: 
dave procter 
marie rose aka moon ra 
andrew page 

thursday 10th july:
ryo ikeshiro
alo allik
shelly knots

thursday 7th august: 
ximena alarcon 
guy harries - yumi hara

alex thomas 

vera brementon 

5GBP entrance 
THE CASTLE (Upstairs) 
44 commercial road
London E1 1LN 
Aldgate East Underground 

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eventos de arte sonoro. una serie de trabajos experimentales con artistas sonoros, musicos, compositores, musica electronica, diy y electromagnetismo. cada evento desarrolla un campo especifico musica analogica , nuevos instrumentos, paisaje sonoro, composicion digital, sintetizadores modulares, activismo y political speech, es un evento de arte conceptual, una exposiicon de arte y un concierto de musica

antic forn de vallcarca
C/Cambrils 10 – 08023 Barcelona
Metro L-3 (Vallcarca/)
Bus 27, 87, 22, 28

19:00h portes/doors open
19:00h a 21.30h concert
3 / 4 / 5 euros o donación
Capacity venue: 40 max
Josep M (674 07 16 88)
Steph (661354424) Video event. tin tabernacle

Thursday 27th February 2014

Tin Tabernacle 
Kilburn Park - Bakerloo Line 
12 - 16 cambridge avenueNW6 5BA

5GBP or free donation

"sound art events" performs with artists, musicians and digital composers. it is an hybrid between art and live. in this occasion experimental sets and installations will approach relational aesthetics and counter-culture. you will listen distortions, radars, telegraphs, signal intrusions, electromagnetic interferences, soundscapes, warscapes, filters, feedbacks, echos. experimental, diy, dark-ambient, guitar amp. the event will be holding an exhibition of media archeology, morse telegraphs, and morse telegraphs receivers, loudspeakers, and more sound devices from 50.70´s.

instructions: work in progress non-stop timed sets 


- juan jose rivas
- grant smith
- charlie wheatley
- james sherman
- graham dunning
- iris garrelfs
- andrew page
- bioni samp
- martin smith
- st'art moves
- his Namelessness Is Legion
- robbie judkins & tsasos stamou
- luke jordan 
- mark wagner 

juan jose rivas. Sound and visual artist. He has studied at SABK in karlsruhe Germany. As well, he has been a resident artist at HANGAR Multimedia Center in Barcelona Spain and in the Multimedia Center in México City. He has received support of Program Production and Research of Media Art. His work has been exhibited in differents galleries and festivals in countries such as: Germany, Argentina, Canada, Spain, U.S.A, Japan, Portugal, Morocco and Mexico. Juanjosé has collaborated and shared stage with artist and musicians like: Elliott Sharp, Zeena parkins, Ikue Mori, Joker Nies, Bloodyminded, Angelica Castello, Burkhard Stlang, Dan Deacon, Drew Daniels, M.C. Schmidt, Tuna Pase, among many others.

grant smith presents a live audio stream from under the Antarctic ice made available by the Alfred Wegener Institute's PALAOA marine research project. This will be in two severed communications tubes found on site. A limited number of people will be able to be on the platform at one time. he will be around to interpret. Depending on weather and time, he will bring some video seascapes for the outside wall of the building. grant smith organizes SoundCamp is a daybreak listening event in London over the weekend of 3-4 MAY 2014. From the soundCamp we will broadcast REVEIL: a 24 hour round the world transmission of the live sounds of daybreak, relayed by streamers on the Locus Sonus network and elsewhere.  We invite and welcome campers, streamers and broadcasters for this event and beyond, as part of an evolving open microphone network, set to create a live archive of terrestrial soundscapes as yet unheard.See or contact for more information

Charles Weahltey. Seirenes- A self-evolving installation based on microtonal dissonance. The construction alters it's own harmony constantly and gradually through Doppler effect and unstable hacked radio circuits. I may perform with the changing harmonies live at various points throughout the exhibition.

James Shearman is a sound artist working largely with hypnagogic guitar-based soundscapes, vocal manipulations and recitals, and sculptural noise. For this site-specific installation, "Mishkan", he will hole up in one of the Tin Tabernacle's cabins in order to develop a series of personal reflections and meditations on the themes of 'portable divinity' and 'nautical existentialism'. This will take place across the span of the full 6 hours of the event, but with emphasis on specific, scheduled performances and collaborations.

graham dunning. site-specific installation for the LV21 decommissioned Light Ship. Viewers were invited to read aloud from a copy of Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim in which phrases relating to either sound or sea collisions had been underlined. The signal from the microphone was amplified inside a large metal tank two decks below, picked up again by a stereo pair of microphones and fed back into the headphones, causing a long, metallic reverberation effect.

Iris Garrelfs. "In A Day’s Work are two sound walks with a twist by Iris Garrelfs - the twist being that no actual walk takes place (although it does take you out and about), and sound is complemented by a visual component. What began as a comment on the artist's personal experience of London as a place in time, has since mutated into a comment of a particular social, post credit crunch climate. In A Day’s Work consists of two complimentary mobile phone aided excursions to London locations, exploring two seemingly opposite environments. It is an experience that arises at the intersection between sight and sound, the virtual and the real, and invites you to linger and ponder."

raxil4 is sound and sculptural artist Andrew Page... Fresh from a UK tour and 'The Noise and Whispers' group sound art exhibition at the GV Art Gallery. He shall be performing the latest variation of an ongoing project entitled 'Empty Air' a durational drone piece for multiple radios, televisions and other sound making devices, it received its debut as a 2 hour installation piece at the Soundfjord curated Sound//Space record shop at V22 Gallery at the beginning of summer in 2012, a 5 hour more performance based variation was also performed at the end of the summer of 2012 in the shed of The Windmill Brixton as part of the Transient Constellations All Dayer...

Bioni Samp - Hive Synthesis. Hive Synthesis, attempts to create a symbiotic frequency relationship, like those between pollination and nectar exchanges, or between beekeeper and bees. Home made electronics & Video. Installation with live performance. Size 2m x 3m

startmoves. will present a mixture of inner and outer sounds that constitute someones' personality. An improvisation with voice and electronics composing ideas and images that the individual living in the city experiences in solitude. 
Sarmen A is a Mexican musician, singer and performer founder of St’art moveS art project, which focuses, in three artistic fields: Music, Performance and Voice training. Her work aims for the interdisciplinarity in performance. She releases alternative, experimental music and soundscapes playing live with visual artists and collaborators.Currently, Sarmen is working in an electronic and alternative project called Man In Motion influenced by trip hop, soul, drum & bass... At the same time, Sarmen continues her PhD Research in voice performance at the University of Sheffield.

his Namelessness Is Legion creates drone -'pataphysics for cognitive biological cybernetic systems with 2 ears. hNIL will be performing a piece entitled raw mood: equipped with a variety of self-built & circuit bent soundgenerators, tiny synthesizers and a variety of effects, a special soundscape, tailored to the location, will be forced into being at the Tin Tabernacle

Mark Wagner and Elyssa Iona- NOW I SEA. Multi instru-mental composer and sound artist Mark Wagner will be playing a one-off improvised set on the Tin Tabernacle's own pump organ accompanied by a visual / projected piece by Elyssa Iona. The synergic ambiance will be that of being lost at sea, adrift, isolated and melancholic.

Robbie Judkins & Tasos Stamou. Tintintin is a site-specific improvised performance for tin instruments in a tin building. The instruments are made up of tin debris – cans, scrap, wires, corrugated sheets, as well as rusty tin bells and traditional tin whistles. The performance explores the relationship between tin materials and spaces through improvisation

luke jordan. performance/installation: an unstable and fragmented body of feedback, cacophony, wires, electronic circuits, flickering lights and electroacoustic sculptural assemblages. In homage to David Tudor, and Gordon Mumma, i recreate some of their circuits and employ some of their techniques in the piece, integrating these and my own creations within an unpredictable network of sound, objects and bodies.

Mark Wagner and Elyssa Iona- NOW I SEA. Multi instru-mental composer and sound artist Mark Wagner will be playing a one-off improvised set on the Tin Tabernacle's own pump organ accompanied by a visual / projected piece by Elyssa Iona. The synergic ambiance will be that of being lost at sea, adrift, isolated and melancholic.

the result: a countercultural ethos (Turner, 2011). For Coleman, trolling partakes of  "a rich aesthetic tradition of spectacle and transgression… which includes the irreverent legacy of phreakers and the hacker underground (Coleman, 2012a: p.45).

p-r-o-g-r-e-s-s-a-n-d-d-e-c-r-e-a-s-e--p-r-o-g-r-e-s-s-a-n-d-d-e-c-r-e-a-s-e--p-r-o-g-r-e-s-s-a-n-d-d-e-c-r-e-a-s-e event @ MKII thursday 16th january 7-11pm

case c. composing digital music events is a serie of gigs in london with sound artists, musicians, electronic composers, and experimental diy. Each event develops a special field: analogue music, new instruments, soundscapes, composing digital music, synths sounds, etc.... It is a conceptual event, an art exhibition and a music concert.

Wajid Yaseen
Juan Carlos Vazquez 

Wajid Yaseen is a British artist whose work draws on an interdisciplinary approach to develop sound-based works encompassing installations, live performances, acousmatic music, graphic scores, and sound sculptures. He is the director of the sound research organisation Modus Arts, the co-founder of the destructivist Scrapclub project, director of the Ear Cinema project, and the producer behind the music projects '2nd Gen', and 'Uniform'. He holds an MA in Sonic Arts from Middlesex University, where he is also currently doing a PhD with a focus on Transmodality and the Sonic Body. His work has been exhibited at the ICA, Arnolfini, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Colchester Arts Centre, Royal Festival Hall, and Laban amongst others

Pablo Sanz. Sound artist and composer. His activities are engaged with the act of listening and the exploration of aesthetic and spatial aspects of sound through phonography, site-specific installations, immersive live performances and electroacoustic works. His work has been awarded by media institutions such ’5th On-Air Radiophonic Art Prize’ (2009, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid) and ‘Europa – Ein Klangpanorama’ (2011, Goethe Institute, Deutschlandradio Kultur, ZKM-Karlsruhe). He has received commissions by Radio Reina Sofía Museum (Spain), FON Air (UK) and Silence Radio (Belgium). Since 2004 he is a member of and the community, platforms. Currently he is working towards a PhD at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC) in Queen´s University Belfast

Juan Carlos Vasquez has toured as a composer and performer in the United KingdomUnited StatesItalyIrelandColombiaEcuadorPeruBoliviaArgentina and Chile. He has collaborated with artists to present new works in different contexts, such as the Royal College of Music. He has been selected as one of the winners for the Rhapsody Composition Project in 2013, to write the sonic counterpart for the monumental sculpture “The Acrobat”, by Allen Jones RA. Recently also earned a place in the Electronics Masters Vol 2. CD, produced by Ablaze Records (USA), described as a place for “(...) new electronics and electroacoustic composition from some of today’s most innovative composers around the world"

Mark Wagner, MKII / 69 founder Mark Wagner is a sound artist and multi instrumental composer. He works primarily with voice, bass, piano, loopers and installation set-ups creating immersive environments of dense soundscapes and transcendental sonic meditations. As well as solo works, remixes and creative direction Wagner collaborates with both audio and visual artists in bands, projects and collectives such as S&M, SS69, Kore Kosmou, Moon RA etc

Thursday 16th January 2014 from 7 to 11pm

MKII is a Creative Space founded by Mark Wagner and Marko Righo focusing on multi-platform mediums, insider / outsider art and healing.
@ MK II - 71-75 Powercroft Road E5 0PT

A night of improvised experimental sound & post punk new wave music with : 

holR - echoes - grace electric - his namelessness is legion -..... plus....- dj's
free gig - free gig - free gig - free gig - free gig - free gig - free gig - 

"holR" is post punk new wave band . playing 2 guitars, bass, drums, and keyboards- it is experimental project, based with electronic music and punk.

Echoes...Leytonstone: Ambient and minimal guitar drones by James Shearman, drenched in reverb and delay, with hypnagogic riffs and improvised sonic experiments. Straight out of the caverns of Leytonstone in East London, influenced and instigated by the likes of The Angelic Process, Aidan Baker, Stephen O´Malley and Oren Ambarchi.

Grace Electric is the all new rock/noise/beauty incarnation of Emmy the Great bandmate, Grace Banks. Grace spent 2012 touring in Brazil, New york and Europe. Upon her return, she bought a Telecaster to sound like Jeff Buckley and made some devices to get that nails-on-a-blackboard effect and found a loop pedal to make up for the fact that she has no friends who want to be in her band. Her music has been described as “mesmerising brilliance,” and a mixture of “beauty, innocent nostalgia and uplifting melancholy”.

his Namelessness Is Legion. Be it as Tomoroh Hidari or simply going by my birth-alias Oliver Stummer, there are things I did and facts about me known which nobody has seen this tidily arranged in one place before: for a more narrative concise form you can visit


Mascara Bar 
72 Stamford Hill, N16 6XS, London event . (case b)
Mark Wagner
Robbie Judkins
his Namelessness Is Legion 

the spectatorial role
 (Verein für musikalische Privataufführungen in German) 
Vienna in 1918

(all the best of) the images are here:
credits oliver stummer

raxil @ the victoria , dalston . raxil4 is sound and sculptural artist Andrew Page. His dark brooding dronescapes combine analog and digital sound sources, including field recordings, detuned radios, computers, turntables, CD & mp3 players, tape recorders, 8-bit gameboys, handmade electronic devices, broken vintage equipment and handmade sculptural instruments (made from mainly found materials such as hospital crutches, driftwood and bones reclaimed from the River Thames). His works have been broadcast on terrestrial and internet radio, been featured on film soundtracks and have been exhibited in art galleries, in the United Kingdom, Europe, America and Canada. He has collaborated with musicians, poets, performance artists, sound artists and visual artists. He has performed many improvised concerts solo, duo, trio or as part of a large scale ensemble. 

mark wagner  Mark Wagner, MKII / 69 founder Mark Wagner is a sound artist and multi instrumental composer. He works primarily with voice, bass, piano, loopers and installation set-ups creating immersive environments of dense soundscapes and transcendental sonic meditations. As well as solo works, remixes and creative direction Wagner collaborates with both audio and visual artists in bands, projects and collectives such as S&M, SS69, Kore Kosmou, Moon RA etc.

left hand cuts off the right . Left Hand Cuts off the Right is the name of experimental musician, Robbie Judkins. Currently based in LondonUK.

tomoroh hidari . his nameless is legion . tomoroh hidari “his Namelessness Is Legion”  is an ambient/electronic/drone side project of Austrian musician Oliver Stummer aka Tomoroh Hidari. Oliver Stummer is an Austrian electronic musician, producer and multi-instrumentalist currently living and working in London. As Tomoroh Hidari he has been releasing and performing glitch-infused IDM, Ambient and Breakcore since 2003 on labels such as Isolate Records, Record Label Records, Vienna Wildstyle, Laridae and more. He also releases as his Namelessness Is Legion, where he focuses on drone music as well as, more recently, entering the sound art & noise field with self built sound devices and circuit bent instruments and effects. Besides his solo efforts he’s done production- and programming work with industrial outfit Kreuzweg Ost (Cold Spring), Viennese New Wave Band Müde, Breakcore/Industrial crossover project Anathemasochist (with Hecate aka Rachel Kozak), whose debut album should be out in early 2014 and been performing with the jam collective Dystopian Dub Developments. Together with Austrian author and musician Liesl Ujvary he collaborated on writing and performing new music for the Trautonium, an early electronic instrument made famous by Oskar Sala, which earned them a place on Sub Rosa’s “An Anthology of Noise and Electronic Music” 

the videos:

the sound



Left Hand Cuts off the Right
Emmanuel Spinelli
Tasos Tafarel Stamou
Tom Richards
Ryan Jordan

Sunday 23rd June
from 4pm til 8pm
10Vyner Street



Left Hand Cuts off the Right Left Hand Cuts off the Right is the name of experimental musician, Robbie Judkins. Currently based in LondonUK.

Cementimental Cementimental is the name under which I currently make all my experimental noises, using 'circuit bent' electronic sound-toys and basically whatever and whoever I can get my hands on. The project becomes more or less of a 'band' when I team up with various other noisy types to produce and perform deranged music and noise of many genres. Cementimental is also part of/indistinguishable from other projects including Gymnastic Decomposition and Hypno-Bacon.

Emmanuel Spinelli E. L. Spinelli is a composer, sound designer and music lecturer. He has been involved in electro-acoustic composition, live electronics and free improvisation since 1998. His work has been presented at Tate Modern, Large Scale Audio Exp., Shunt, SoundFjord, Dragonfly Festival (Sweden), and Footsteps in the Wind, a soundscape study of Krakow and Auschwitz, won the C.C.P. and the George Blunden travel awards. Spinelli is now completing a PhD in Sonic Art at Goldsmiths. Through the years, Spinelli developed an interest in issues related to soundscape transformation, psycho-geographies, manipulations of historical data, sonic remains and memory, particularly in relation to post-war Europe. His research revolves around the notion of acoustic-phenotypology, that is to say the perception of individual identities through sound. All his work, at one level or another, explores human presence and history, through the cognition of the disembodied voice and the sonic environment.

Tasos Tafarel Stamou Tasos Stamou is a Greek non-academic electroacoustic music composer and a performer of free improvised music; an instrument designer and a devoted circuit bender. He has been performing and recording in solo and collaborative projects (London Improvisers Orchestra, Valerio Tricoli, Adam Bohman, Ignaz Schick, Terry Day etc.) using variable arrangements of live electronics combined with traditional instruments in extended techniques (prepared zither, reeds, detuned recorders). His sound ranges from noise music to distinctive tonal drones, mixing different influences of avant garde music into a personal style.

Education 2003 – 2004 at MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design  and 1997 - 2000  in Sheffield Hallam University  a BA Hons 1 st Class. Fine Art Sculpture. Has played at Queen Elisabeth Hall, James Taylor Gallery, Tate Britain, Space, E:vent, Project Space 176, and others.

Ryan Jordan experiments in derelict electronics, possession trance, retro-death-telegraphy and hylozoistic neural computation. former director of noise=noise / nnnnn. noise research laboratory and live performance platform. 

Luke Jordan artist, sound/actions/installation/objects.

♪ ♫ Institut FATIMA ♪ ♫

Today 21:00 until 23:3Oh
Vía Laietana, 6, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Acrónimo de Institut For Advanced Technologies In Music and Arts, esta plataforma de investigación creada en 2005 por dos barceloneses de origen alemán, Carsten Galle y Paul Rose, trabaja sobre la exigencia de la hiperactividad y una fértil patología de personalidad múltiple. Incitan al “baile fiducial" con su particular receta de música electrónica, exploran el espacio a través de instalaciones, ejercen de lutieres futuristas e incluso conducen programas de radio. Renacentistas consumados, Institut Fatima no es sólo un proyecto sonoro; es una auténtica filosofía de vida, un ecosistema creativo que piensa y evoluciona. Mens futura in corpore fanatico...

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oscar martin [[ noish ]] 

alejandra [maria noise] 

VACTOR [Ivy Barkakati + Arnau Sala] 

COÀGUL [marc o’callaghan]  

minor lag [exit/input]      
c/mozart 29 (08012 BCN)