Tuesday, 6 January 2015
Jason Kahn - Thirty Seconds Over
analog synthesiser, mixing board, short wave radio
Side A: Recorded February 4, 2012 at the Grey Area Gallery, Brighton
Side B: Recorded May 24, 2012 at the Logos Foundation, Ghent
cover art by Jason Kahn
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Thursday, 18 December 2014
Simon Whetham at Phoenix Brighton
photo by Andrea Shamlou
Seth Cooke at Phoenix Brighton
photo by Andrea Shamlou
Paul Khimasia Morgan at Electric Knife Records, London
photo by Simon Whetham
Paul Khimasia Morgan, Simon Whetham, Blanca Regina, Matthias Kispert & Seth Cooke
at Music Hackspace, TROYganic, London
photo by Marc Lawrence
Simon Whetham at A&E, The Island, Bristol
photo by Henry Liam Collins
Monday, 27 October 2014
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Just announced! Dates for aural detritus concert tour 2014: Friday 12th December at Phoenix Brighton, Saturday 13th December at Electric Knife Records, Kentish Town, London (afternoon show, 2pm start), Music Hackspace at Troyganic, Hackney, London (8pm), Sunday 14th December at Accident & Emergency, The Island, Bristol.
Paul Khimasia Morgan
Paul Khimasia Morgan
As part of a short UK tour, globe-trotting sound artist and field recordist Simon Whetham teams up with two dissenting improvisers; Bristol’s Seth Cooke and Brighton resident Paul Khimasia Morgan.
Activating objects and surfaces with found sounds and actions, Simon Whetham creates a shifting sonic environment that is comfortably disorientating. Simon has been capturing and composing almost primarily with field recordings since taking part in a research trip to Iceland in 2005. He was invited to participate in two residencies at the Art Container in Tallinn, Estonia, the second to compose new work, collaborate with other artists using sound and run deep listening, field recording and composition workshops. This residency resulted in ‘Active Crossover’, a touring exhibition and exchange project.
Seth Cooke is an improviser and sound recordist. His music is frequently location or process oriented and he often works with material happened upon by chance. As a percussionist he plays traps and waste disposal sink. Cooke runs the Every Contact Leaves a Trace CDr label. He co-founded Bang the Bore with Clive Henry in 2009, Place of Safety with Henry Collins in 2013 and Several 2nds in 2013.
Paul Khimasia Morgan is an improviser, currently working with electronics, zither and the sonification of low voltage. Paul’s music has been released on Absence Of Wax, Engraved Glass, Con-V and Cronica.
"…a weft of mysterious hums and clicks that creeps organically across the intervening space between the speakers and my ears, never quite identifying itself but always offering tantalizing glimpses…” - Brian Olewnik, Just Outside
Sunday, 11 May 2014
Ed Pinsent - Vox Continental
Harley Richardson - guitar and electronics
Recorded at aural detritus concert series May 2012 at Phoenix Brighton.
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Thursday, 1 May 2014
Many thanks to Tim Blechmann for his superb immersive performance last night. Also thanks to Daniel Jones who performed solo for the first time in four years and to all of you who attended, we look forward to seeing you again at the next concert! And thanks to Andrea Shamlou for the photograph of Tim above.
Friday, 28 March 2014
The Upper Salon, The Caroline of Brunswick, Brighton
8pm Wednesday 30th April 2014
tim blechmann was born and lives in a foreign country.
he attended various scientific and artistic universities and has a degree in both fields. as researcher he has published in the field between arts and sciences, though he prefers to keep his research and artistic work separate, as research is for the brain and arts is for the heart.
he played a lot of improvised music, loud and quiet, on festivals, in clubs, churches or living rooms, sometimes with audience, sometimes without, sometimes in europe, sometimes abroad, sometimes solo, sometimes in duos, as he considers this as the most direct and intimate musical encounter. always using free software, often his own. he also collaborated with like-minded artists, working with installations or abstract animations. his compositions are sometimes completely digital, sometimes involving analog material.