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New Music for Old Machines

New Music for Old Machines
New Music for Old Machines at the Everyman

Thu 20 Apr 2017
EVERYMAN BISTRO, 8PM
£7 on the door

The radio, the reel to reel tape recorder, minidisc, cassette; Obscure digital and degraded analogue technologies; The near-antiques of electrically amplified strings and the ancient mechanics of the horsehair bow abstracted into intriguing new forms through extended techniques.

Benjamin D. Duvall of critically acclaimed experimental trio Ex-Easter Island Head presents four concerts showcasing adventurous new experimental music.

Thursday 20 April
Sealionwoman  + The Gentle Sex + TBC 
kingdomofsealionwoman.tumblr.com

Thursday 21 September
Nicholas Bullen + Kinder Meccano 
nicholasbullen.com & kindermeccano.uk

Thursday 16 November
Charles Hayward + Rattle
youtube.com/watch?v=kFSveQ57Co8 & youtube.com/watch?v=iETgyU_Fp58

This first season of performances encompasses the shamanic, devotional drones of French composer/violinist Agathe Max and bassist Gareth Turner's KURO; Self described "Corporate Raga" from Liverpool underground legend Maund.

New electronic works for analogue machinery from Napalm Death co-founder Nicholas Bullen; Eerie experimental songcraft and idiosyncratic atmospheres from London voice and double bass duo Sealionwoman; Music for prepared fender rhodes, tape machines, electronics and motors from composers Michael Cutting and Vitalija Glovackyte under their Kinder Meccano moniker. 

Legendary percussionist, composer and improviser Charles Hayward (This Heat, Camberwell Now) and double-drumming minimalists Rattle deconstructing the modern drum-set, and Ex-Easter Island Head appearing in solo mode with a mesmeric new work for AM radios and prepared guitars.

 NWFOM is a meeting point between self-taught idiosyncrasy, formal training and genre-blurring conceptual approaches to sound and performance. With visual contributions and staging from like-minded visual artists, the aim is to transform the Bistro into an immersive space for creative exploration.

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