The Gävle Goat
Thursday 16th April 2020
Slim Vic (Sweden) & Graham Dunning (UK) – ten turntable set
Annie Tådne (Sweden)
The Gävle Goat
Swedish and British electronic, experimental and ambient musicians from Lamour Records and Fractal Meat Cuts.
20:00 bst /21:00 cest – Bredbeddle
20:45 bst / 21:45 cest – AKB
21:30 bst / 22:30 cest – Annie Tådne
22:15 bst / 22:15 cest – Slim Vic & Graham Dunning
Slim Vic is one of Sweden’s leading innovators of the DJ and turntable culture. Studio recordings cross dark ambient, soundscapes and techno. He also DJs with portable turntables and novelty 7″s from across the globe. Viktor runs Lamour records releasing ambient, electronica and conceptual techno on vinyl, cassette and digital, plus sub labels Tape Lamour, Acid Lamour & Knaften.
Graham Dunning‘s live work explores sound as texture, timbre and something tactile, drawing on bedroom production, tinkering and recycling found objects. He runs Fractal Meat Cuts, a label releasing tapes and artist editions across experimental electronic music, process-based sound work and improvisation.
Behind the name AKB resides instrumentalist Anna-Karin Berglund from Gävle, Sweden. The first release under her own name came in April 2016 on the EP Söndagsbarn (via Lamour Records), on which the four tracks carries clear influences from the 70-80’s ambient with its space-fragrant, cosmic soundscapes.
Annie Tådne is a Swedish artist based in London, working within the intersection of art and technology. Her interests lie in the synthesis of art, media, technology and architecture, where music is paramount in all of her creations. She explores spatial and embodied cognition through audiovisual and performative modes of expression.
Rebecca Lee is a musician, composer and artist based at Primary, Nottingham, working across performance, installation, scores and broadcasts. Her work explores processes of making and forms of listening, drawing from experimental, early, electronic, chamber and improvised musics. Bredbeddle is a project in which Rebecca uses turntable and other playbeack media to collage existing recordings into new compositions.