Author Archives: Graham Dunning

About Graham Dunning

Artist working in sound, installation and performance; Improvising musician and drummer. Based in London. http://grahamdunning.com

Field recording dubplates DJ set (London)

On Saturday 4th October I’ll be playing dubplates of field recordings for Earshots V! It will take place as usual at the Hundred Years Gallery in Pearson Street E2, and the music will begin precisely at 8:00pm (doors at 7:15) … Continue reading

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Experimental Sound Art evening course restarts in October (London)

Experimental Sound Art is a ten week evening course I teach at the Mary Ward Centre, an adult education centre in London. It runs every Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 8:30pm near Holborn, from Wedensday 8th October. Click the image … Continue reading

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Three solo gigs – Bristol, London, Cambridge

 c I’m playing three solo sets using the “mechanical techno” set-up this week. Please come along and say hello! See the video below for the kind of stuffI’ll be playing. WEDNESDAY 17th – BRISTOL GRAHAM DUNNING | DANIEL JONES | … Continue reading

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The Roadside Museum: Dubplate and Tape Spool exhibited in group show (Blackpool)

Two of my recordings were buried in summer 2013 and exhumed a few weeks ago for The Roadside Museum, a touring exhibition which will first visit Blackpool. The first of the objects was a specially recorded spool of tape from … Continue reading

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Duo with Colin Webster for Earshots Recordings (London)

  KORDIK / LUCAS + DUNNING / WEBSTER A night of two free improvising duos using electronics and horn, from: Daniel Kordik / Edward Lucas, on Analogue synthesisers and Trombone (with a special launch for their new cassette album on … Continue reading

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Kiosk One: short run of unique tapes now available

Available now through my bandcamp page: Kiosk One. An edition of fifty tapes, each individually recorded, therefore unique – each five minute tape contains a different composition, made with the Music by the Metre method.  Accompanying the release is a digital … Continue reading

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Music by the Metre While-U-Wait at Supernormal Festival – documentation

Over the weekend of the 9th August I ran a Music By The Metre While-U-Wait Kiosk at Supernormal Festival, dealing in lengths of abstract music and making up bespoke cassette tapes. Below are some photos taken by Philip Goodman and Greta … Continue reading

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