Live stream with Amy Cutler for

Saturday 9th May me and Amy Cutler will play an improvised audiovisual set for – you can watch via their homepage here.  In our collaboration I make sounds using tapes, synths, small amplified objects, featherphone and effects; Amy handmakes live video using 35mm slides, mobile phone camera, household objects and torches. More info on the project here.

Presenting further_in

Streaming art of all descriptions to isolated people, together.

An attempt to bring together artists, musicians, DJs, writers, performers, and anyone else who works culturally who has lost income or bookings due to the current crisis

Brought to you via the minds behind the Broken20 record label (@ruaridhTVO@prounit@wtstca )with the help of many others


New album: “Panopticon” – cassette and download on Every Contact Leaves A Trace

Pre-ordering now – releasing on 16th May. Buy at the label bandcamp page: Every Contact Leaves A Trace.

‘Half-Life’, all in-game sounds replaced with samples from 90s rave tracks and sample CDs.

“The research consists of four main phases: The first phase involves extraction of the silhouette of an individual. Calculating the gait period or gait cycle of the individual follows this. Finding the sum of silhouettes is the next step. Finally, similarity score computation and matching process is performed for recognition. Any two images when compared using root mean square value are said to be similar if the value falls under the given threshold.” 1

“Spend a little bit of time with neural networks, and you realize that anyone holding something in their hand is likely to be identified as someone ‘holding a cellphone,’ or ‘holding a Wii controller.’” 2

1 ‘Human Gait Recognition And Classification Using Similarity Index’, Nahid A Makhdoomi et al 2013 IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 53 012069 –
2 ‘Invisible Images (Your Pictures Are Looking at You)’, Trevor Paglen, The New Inquiry, December 2016 –

Noise Quest 3 – Thursday 30th April – live stream experimental & electronic music

Noise Quest 3 – Thursday 30th April

live stream experimental & electronic music

20:05 Larry Crywater

20:45 Tamu Nkiwane

21:30 Leon Trimble

22:15 Yi Lilei

NQ3 2005 Daphnellc

Drum machine techno made for dancing.


Tamu Nkiwane is a multimedia Artist, working within the realms of sound and 3D. Interested in found sounds, tapes, loops and installations.
Performance: Marbles in Spiderland
“In the performance I will be working with found tapes, Nanoloops, keys and guitar. I will attempt to make a soundtrack to a series of shorts I’ve written which will be read by different people. I will call them live and have them read aloud the text – a series of four short narrations from the point of view of a nameless character. ”

Leon Trimble is an Audiovisual Performer currently researching the implications of the performer/conductor/magician through the livecoding of analogue audiovisual circuits and card tricks.
performance: Wizard Woden – choose your own (Livecode) adventure!
Leon will be using polls to create performance – choose letters from the name of the gravity synth and The Wizard will livecode with those letters. The Wizard will then turn these into glyphs to livecode with, and animate the corresponding runes. choose wisely, some of them will not produce sound!

Li Yilei (b. China) is a London/Shanghai based multi-disciplinary artist and musician working primarily with sound, performance and installation. As a gender non-conforming individual with Asperger’s, the experience fluctuates between chaos and sometimes painful stillness. Their body of work is plagued with the polarity of minimalist subtle moments that are translated into abstract sonic languages.

Live stream live code set for Algo:ritmi at The Circle – virtual exhibition –

My first ever live performance in a VR environment! I’ll play an improvised live code set using samples and TidalCylces for the Algo:ritmi dome, on Monday 27th May. You can attend in 2d too, just enter the virtual space through your browser. Full info below.  20:30 UTC+2 = 7.30pm UK time

Find the venue at

Facebook event page:

Algo:ritmi 24-7 Floors Opening – Graham Dunning Live Performance

27 Apr at 20:30  UTC+02

Graham Neil Dunning is welcoming you at 20.30 to celebrate the opening of the new space 24/7 Floors in the UXR.Zone.
Soon after the opening of The Dome – world’s first native virtual reality art space & cultural hub – the project keeps on developing presenting 24/7 Floors. Fully conceived and designed in virtual reality, it aims to be the space that collects all the live performances presented by Algoritmi.

After the events that took place in #VR #metaverse inside UXR.ZONE during last weeks, we made a further step towards the conceptualization of a new way of conceiving and experiencing (digital) art, live coding, electronic music.

Choose your standard avatar – or get your customized one – and enter the space from any device, with or without VR headset, without downloading any app.

Opening performance by Graham Neil Dunning at 8.30 pm CET
Graham Dunning explores sound as texture, timbre and something tactile, drawing on bedroom production, tinkering and recycling found objects.
This live set will be an improvised live code performance: fragments of techno, 2-step and rave.

– æneæ – Enea Le Fons
VR Holographic DJ Set + Synth.
Enea Le Fons is the cybernaut behind #30daysinVR challenge, virtual Architect and developer of the

Founder and Artistic Director Karin Gavassa
Designed and Developed by Enea Le Fons #30daysinVR
Visual direction & Graphic design Jay ID
With the collaboration of Marco Modena

Algo:ritmi is a project by Associazione Culturale Passepartout
Supported by Regione Piemonte
In Co-production Associazione culturale Variante Bunker

Live stream AV set with Amy Cutler for The Old Police House

TOPH Housebound #5 –

Friday 24th April, 20:00 – 00:00
Full lineup below.

Me and Amy Cutler will play a live set with handmade visuals and sound, using 35mm slides, torches, glow-in-the-dark goo, tapes, field recordings, synths and amplified objects.  The real-time film & sound collage will draw on DIY laboratory practice, dubious experiments and eerie coincidence.

You can check our last live stream here:


TOPH Housebound #5

Still banged up and still banging it out. More isolated outreach to tear the heart out of the community. Get ’em out for the NHS lads. We’ve:

Compositioneur/conducteur/violineur extroadineur with effleur his weurs on oeur heaeurts. Ful fat factuals will pour out like dildos from the back of a transit van. Daniel Meir supplies surprise jams to lockdown sounds.

Fractal Meat Cunt (Scottish meaning) will smuggle his Dunning-Krugerrands in the foreskin of your choosing (conditions apply). Chef’s choice of turntable dicing or gallic sauce. Live visuals by the brilliant Amy Cutler, keeping it live and keeping it mint, for all your looking on in horror needs.

Spooky rumblings and icecoldbonemarrow screams, ectoplasm flying about all over the shop. Ignore the skull. IGNORE THE SKULL. Out of the graveyard and into our hearts.

Solzhenitsyn was an Antisemitic sex pest who deserved everything he got. Find out why with some ice-cold welts of Gulag noise beamed direct from Yakutsk, Russia.

Solos and duo from Big Japan throat wrestlers. Multiple pile-ups upon multiple pile-ups across your barking face.

You will be handed an envelope labelled “digital arts” and will experience papercuts like you have never known. Take the batteries out of the smoke alarm and get ready to eat them.

Excruciatusive hotel shower set from down, down, down, down, down, down, down under.

Previous unannounced guest is now announced. Feline groovy!

I can’t remember how to do the funny line over the O, sorry. Tusk Fringe headturners will be playing records at and around you.


The Gävle Goat – live stream experimental and ambient music from Sweden & UK

The Gävle Goat

Thursday 16th April 2020

Slim Vic (Sweden) & Graham Dunning (UK) – ten turntable set
AKB (Sweden)
Annie Tådne (Sweden)
Bredbeddle (UK)

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
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.

Live stream with Amy Cutler for I Am An Instrument: PANOPTICON

This Saturday, 11th April, the first live set of a new audiovisual collaboration with Amy Cutler. I Am An Instrument: PANOPTICON runs from 19:15 to midnight or so, streaming from Katie O’Neill in Dublin. Full details further down the page.

Our project explores live production of sound and visuals using household objects, torches, phone cameras, small synths, photographic slides, field recordings and other bits and bobs. The live project is an iteration of our ongoing daily collaboration PILOTS, below.


Panopticon: Live Stream from I Am An Instrument

Saturday 11th April from 19:15 – 00:30

Tune in to a once-off live stream from I Am An Instrument. I will be posting links to each act’s stream page over the next few days. For now… Mark it down!

19:15-19:45: Suzanne Walsh
20:00-20.30: Graham Dunning
20:45-21:15: Max Le Cain – Close Watch Television.
21.30-22:00: Natalia Beylis
22:15-22:45: Oli Ryan

Expect the unexpected.


Suzanne Walsh is an artist, writer and musician originally from Wexford, currently based in Dublin.

Her work is cross-disciplinary, with crossovers between the literary, music, and art world. Writing forms one strand part of the practice, both in the form of essays, poetry, and fiction, but also interventions and spoken-word performances in a gallery/lecture-hall context. She has a background in acting and theatre which she utilises within performances. Her writing is published in literary and art journals such as gorse journal, Winter Papers, Circa art magazine, The Tangerine, Visual Artist News Sheet amongst others.

Music/sound forms the other strand of her practice, from singing and instrumentation to improvisation and experimentation with performances and recording.

Recent work also involves photography and video along with text and audio elements.

Recent research interests are performativity, language, the outer limits of what is the ‘self’ but also what is ‘real’, human/animal divide, notions of poetic/fictional truth, rewilding.


Amy Cutler is an artist, cultural geographer, curator, writer, and film-maker who works with ideas of geography and nonhuman others. In her career in the GeoHumanities she has completed a PhD, a post-doc, and an ECR fellowship, and during this time she has exhibited her work or run live events with organisations including the BBC, Somerset House, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Sheffield Institute of Arts, the Wellcome Trust, the Horniman Museum, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam, Late Junction, Tate Modern, the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, the Horse Hospital, the Natural History Museum, and Kew Museum of Economic Botany. Her geography training impacts her work as an artist, performer, and curator, and she works frequently on the production of immersive and live cinema and exhibition events provoking and changing the public conversation around ideas of space, geography, and nature-cultures. She was most recently lecturing in animal studies in the Visual Cultures department at Goldsmiths, University of London, but she also teaches more publicly, applying her cross-disciplinary training to developing unusual masterclasses and fieldtrips for museums, festivals, and galleries.

Graham Dunning is self-taught as an artist and musician having studied neither discipline academically. His live work explores sound as texture, timbre and something tactile, drawing on bedroom production, tinkering and recycling found objects. He also creates visual work, video and installations drawing on these themes.

Much of the work evolves through experimentation with different processes: considering the methods by which sounds become music; process as a continuum encompassing both improvisational and procedural methods; and testing analogous processes across different media.

Graham has performed solo and in ensembles across the UK, Europe and Canada, and exhibited in the UK, Europe, New Zealand and USA. He teaches Experimental Sound Art at the Mary Ward Centre in London and also gives various independent workshops. He has released through Entr’acte, Seagrave, Tombed Visions and more.


Close Watch Television

Have you ever wondered why Maximilian Le Cain is not in charge of a major TV network? Probably not. But if you watch this garbled ephemeral hodgepodge remix audiovisual splurge, you’ll see exactly what would happen if he was put in control of telly content – and understand why such a catastrophe must be averted at all costs. CWTV stars Le Cain as Moon Tiger and Richard the Goat as JG Ballard.

Le Cain is an internationally recognised experimental film artist whose practice explores a personal relationship with cinema as a site of haunting He is associated with the Dublin-based film production/distribution organisation Experimental Film Society (EFS) and frequently works in partnership with Vicky Langan. Their feature film Inside (2017) was recently acquired for The Arts Council Collection. His recent feature Whale Skull (2019), made to mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of EFS, was exclusively premiered on the EFS Video on Demand platform where it can now be viewed.


Natalia Beylis’s work revolves somewhere between sonic story-teller, composer and multi-instrumental musician. In her recordings and performances, she layers seemingly incongruous sounds atop of each other to spawn strange juxtapositions and garbled parallels. The Quietus call her work “an exceptional tape of instrumental incantations and explorations”. Her releases with her band Woven Skull have garnered similar praise and, in addition to a busy touring schedule with them and a solo performer she also runs a record label Sofia Records and is a regular contributor to Dublin Digital Radio.


Oli Ryan is a composer and multidisciplinary artist known for his atmospheric and visceral work with Tongue Bundle (Unbend Leg Out), Open Night Cinema, Gorrister, and the Comedian, incorporating dissonance since 2001. He recently composed the cinematic soundtrack for Autumnal Sleep by Michael Higgins. Legendary in the Irish underground, a rare performance from Oli is one not to be missed and will envelop your ears and probably leave you unable to remember your own name.




Noise Quest 2 – Live stream experimental electronic music

Noise Quest 2 is on Thursday 9th April, from 8pm to 11pm (uk time) You can join the individual streams via the links below.

20:00 Loula Yorke
Hardware electronics

20:45 Tom Richards
Handmade drumsynth polyrhythms

21:30 Yaxu & hellocatfood
Live coded techno and visuals

22:15 Mariam Rezaei
Experimental scratch turntablism


Recent releases: compilation tracks and Damo Suzuki gig recording

A few releases which have come out in the past couple of weeks, below.

Hackoustik – fundraising Album for Iklektik

Iklectik has been our spiritual home and where we have hosted every one of our Presents night. It’s a special place and unique in London for its warm inviting atmosphere and an instant feeling of community.

With the current pandemic putting a halt to events, iklectik will have zero funds coming in. They are a self-funded non-profit art organisation, which relies only on audiences and private bookings.

We have compiled an album full of artists we have showcased at our Presents nights at Iklectik, with all funds going directly to this wonderful venue and their amazing staff.

If you don’t want the album but still want to donate, please head to their donation page:


CHEAP BASTARD VOL. 1 from humanhood recordings

feat. Modelbau , Thaniel Ion Lee, LLARKS, Ben Rehling, {AN} EeL, Parker Weston, Arvo Zylo, TAB IN TAB OUT, Nicholas Maloney, Timothy Garrett, Richard Ramirez, DFFDL, Convivial Cannibal Clan, Graham Dunning, Joe​+​N ,156 and Crank Sturgeon, Eric Lanzillotta
released March 20, 2020

Damo Suzuki & sound carriers – Live 23​/​5​/​12

Improvised live inside Birthdays, London 23/5/12 by:
Craig Tamlin – drums
Damo Suzuki – voice
Georgina Treloar – xylophone & percussion
Graham Dunning – turntable & percussion
Justin Paton – bass
Marcus Hamblett – guitar


released March 30, 2020

Live stream live set for Backbone, Brisbane

On Saturday 28th March I’ll play a live streamed live set for Live n Solo 2, through Backbone in Brisbane, Auatralia. Locally the gig runs from 20:00 – 23:00, which means it’s 10am to 1pm in UK time.

-This Saturday night Backbone is proud to present the second Live & Solo at the Bowlo. Last week’s event was great fun and we’re hoping to keep growing. Tell your friends!!!

This stream will be simulcast across our different social media sites. streams will also appear on this event page:

Justice Yeldham (AUS)
Marlo Eggplant (USA)
Graham Dunning (UK)
Fish Slappa (AUS)

Justice Yeldham – Streaming from Sydney
What’s been described as “a trumpet player trapped in a two dimensional universe” is in fact the unique work of Lucas Abela aka Justice Yeldham, a maverick musician with an unhealthy obsession with sheets of broken glass. In his now infamous show which has astonished and bemused countless people in over 45 countries, Abela ecstatically purses his lips against panes of amplified glass whilst deftly employing various vocal techniques ranging from throat singing to raspberries, to turn the discarded shards into crude musical instruments. The results are a wild array of oddly controlled cacophonous noise teetering on the edge of music. This one of a kind act re-defines the expression ‘don’t try this at home’ and quite simply needs to be witnessed to be fully appreciated, let alone understood.

Marlo Eggplant – live recording from Los Angeles
From Baltimore and based in Leeds, Marlo’s music is often borne of barely perceptible tones and textures that slowly bloom and erupt via the use of autoharps, contact mics, vocals and loops.

Graham Dunning – Streaming from locked down London, UK
Very active throughout the UK and Europe, Graham Dunning is an artist, musician and producer using turntables and electronics across experimental music, techno and improv. He is well known for his “Mechanical Techno” live set which playfully uses objects on turntables to create sound. He also runs a tape label called Fractal Meat.

Fish Slappa – streaming from Melbourne
Get ready for some more live coding/alograve direct from Melbourne.