New ‘Aggregate’ live set, supporting HEXA for Upset The Rhythm

On Wednesday 15th February I’m playing a new live version of Aggregate, a recording I made for Broken20 in 2016 (you can listen to the track here). The track uses recordings made inside Balfron Tower, a brutalist towerblock in East London, along with synth drone and manually turned records.

I’m supporting HEXA, a project by Australian composer and artist Lawrence English and Xiu Xiu’s Jamie Stewart exploring the physicality of sound and its abilities to infiltrate, abrade and occupy the body. Premiered at the David Lynch: Between Two Worlds retrospective at GOMA museum in Brisbane, Australia in April 2015, HEXA is a sonic response to Lynch’s Factory Photographs, a collection of images Lynch took of disused factories and the ruins of industry in the USA, Poland, Germany and the UK.

More info / tickets from:
http://www.upsettherhythm.co.uk
https://www.wegottickets.com/event/383554

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