Deconstruct Yourself – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill

On Friday 1st December myself, Leslie Deere, Tom Richards and Joanne Armitage will perform live and present some installations, in a deconstructed rave at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea. Tickets available now from DLWP, preview video and full info below.

 

DECONSTRUCT YOURSELF
A DECONSTRUCTED RAVE CURATED BY GRAHAM DUNNING

Friday 1 December
6pm
Tickets £6, £5

Graham Dunning and three other artists take over the building to present an evening of live music and visual performance.

6 – 10pm 
6:00pm Doors open for viewing artworks (galleries and ICA touring exhibition also open)
7:30pm to 10pm live performances

Performed in the round, the audience have the chance to get up-close and personal with the machines as they help us rave to mechanical techno.

The event will include three sculptural, sonic installations, placed around the public areas of the building and a live music performance, with projected visuals, in the DLWP auditorium foyer space which dismantles and reconstructs the process and foundations beneath basslines and rhythms. Everything used by these artists is hacked and torn. Machines are rewired to share control.

 

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Mechanical Techno: London and Barcelona

Two mechanical techno shows this month. The Photograhers’ Gallery on Saturday 11th November and DIGI_LAB 1, Mazda Space, Barcelona on Saturday 18th November*. Full details below.
[* please note: the Barcelona date is now cancelled due to me falling off my bike. Will be rescheduled for 2018.]

Here’s a clip of a new recording made during my current studio residency at PRAH Foundation in Margate.


HYPERANALOGUE PARTY
The Photographers’ Gallery
16-18 Ramillies St, Soho, London W1F 7LW

Saturday 11th November, 18:00
£2.50 | Tickets


DIGI_LAB /  Mutek Barcelona
Mazda Space
Carrer del Comerç, 60, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Saturday 18th November, 19:30
€4.00 | Tickets

[* please note: the Barcelona date is now cancelled due to me falling off my bike. Will be rescheduled for 2018.]

First two live coding gigs

I’ve recently started learning the live coding program TidalCycles, and have two gigs this month playing music with it.

Here’s a clip from an old practice with the program. My live set may or may not sound anything like this.

Some tidal cycles with samples from a nuclear bunker #tidalcycles #algorave #livecode

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5th November: Electronik Netwerk, Vinyl Deptford (onstage 17:00).
Vinyl Deptford
4 Tanners Hill, London, SE8 4PJ
Doors 2pm

A free entry electronic music event, featuring sounds by:
* 3pm: JUSTIN PATON https://soundcloud.com/justin-paton-701990060
* 4pm: GAB CHI https://gabchithearchives.wixsite.com/tcrdatabase
* 5pm: GRAHAM DUNNING https://grahamdunning.com/
* 6pm: BEACHERS https://soundcloud.com/beachers
* 7pm: XYLITOL http://xylitolmusic.blogspot.co.uk/
* 8pm: TRISTIAN BURFIELD http://www.tristanburfield.com/
* 9pm: FAR RAINBOW https://farrainbow.bandcamp.com/
* DJ ANGELA LAST https://mottomottorecords.com/
* DJ ANDREW LEWIS https://nofictionclub.wordpress.com/

The venue is a record shop and gallery that serves alcohol, coffee, tea, smoothies, cakes, panini & vegan food.
https://www.facebook.com/Vinyl-Deptford-1384791638413451/

TRAVEL =
DLR: Deptford Bridge / Greenwich / Elverson Road / Lewisham
TRAINS: Deptford / New Cross / St. Johns / New Cross Gate / Lewisham / Brockley
BUSES: 47 / 453 / 188 / 177 / 436 / 225 / 53

If you perform electronic music and would like to play at a future Electronik Netwerk event, get in touch: https://www.facebook.com/beautyanddisgust
or: nownownownownownow@hotmail.com

24th November: Resolution, Goldsmiths University.
G05 GIML room in St James Hatcham Church, Goldsmiths, New Cross, London

Resolution is a SE London events series encompassing various different mediums including Music, Film & Art, often using new programming developments and intricate sound spaces carefully chosen for our events.

Full details to follow soon: https://www.gold.ac.uk

 

 

Webster/Dunning duo – new album and tour

Most of What Follows Is True is a new cassette from the improv project with myself and Colin Webster. On the studio recordings Colin played baritone saxophone and I played turntable, dubplates, spring reverbs and various objects. You can get the cassette from label Sound Holes here.  Also available with download version from my bandcamp page shortly.

I’ve also released an album of remixes of the tracks on Fractal Meat.  Tom Mudd, Shelly Knotts, Lucia H Chung, John Macedo, Steph Horak and Phil Julian used various methods including analogue and digital processing, Max MSP patches, modular synthesis and live coding to rework the material into new compositions. Most of What Follows is True, remixes is available on tape and download from the Fractal Meat bandcamp page now.

To support the album(s) we’re playing a few gigs around the UK.  Follow the facebook links for more info.

6th – The Old England, Bristol [FB event]
8th – Swansea International Festival, Swansea [FB event]
10th – Sonic Imperfections, Montague Arms, London [FB event]
13th – Golden Lion, Todmorden [FB event]
15th – Fuse Gallery, Bradford [FB event]
25th – More News From Nowhere, The Victoria, Walthamstow, London – with Sam Underwood [FB event]