Noise Quest 6 – Livestream electronic and experimental music – Wednesday 8th July 20:00 to 23:00

20:00 Tom Mudd
 
20:45 Colin Webster
 
21:30 Miri Kat
 
22:15 SERF
 
 
TOM MUDD enjoys working with digital processes for music making. Recent work has explored synthesising sound in ways that mirror acoustic processes in different ways: from direct simulations of guitars and brass objects, to more abstract systems.
This set is a live performance with the Gutter Synth: a digital synth that explores networked feedback between nonlinear oscillators.
The synth is available for free here: https://github.com/tommmmudd/guttersynthesis
 
London based saxophonist COLIN WEBSTER is quickly establishing himself on the European avant garde scene. Collaborating with some of the key figures in improvised and experimental music, Webster is known for working from extreme sonic palettes – from minimal to maximal, constantly pushing boundaries.
This set is based on the idea of ‘textural studies’ – taking single sonic statements, and exploring them to the fullest extent, and deliberately avoiding notions of structure or development. The idea came off the back of the duo LP ‘Terrain’ with Graham Dunning.
 
Produc£r, HacXer and Li\’eco<|er. MIRI KAT is a Livecoder / AV Artist / Producer from London. Interested in music tech, web technologies, hacking, creative coding, algorithmic music and generative visuals.
 
SERF: is a group that plays with melody and experimentalism, they play with the dynamics of storytelling. This 40 minute set has found sounds from summer solstice 2020 as well as the narration of the artists. Making a trippy headspace somewhere between there, space and here.
 
 

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