LCC Degree Shows 2019: BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design

Edwin Hind – Concrete and Green Acousmatic performance Time Variable Performance Lab Room M108 Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of in-situ improvised works, inspired by the acousmatic concept and draws from Hind’s archive of field recordings and found sounds. The performances take place from behind a veil and include live … Continue reading LCC Degree Shows 2019: BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design

Deptford X 2019

Sound artist Edwin Hind, under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’, will perform a series of in-situ improvised work in the Crypt of St Nicholas Church of Deptford Green. The performances which are partially inspired by the acousmatic concept, drawn from Hind’s archive of recorded urban and rural sounds, and takes place from behind a … Continue reading Deptford X 2019

EMAS – 40th Anniversary Celebration (Electroacoustic Music Association of GB) Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain: Past/Present/Future

Talks by: Simon Emmerson; Evelyn Ficarra; Rolf Gehlhaar; Jonty Harrison; Katharine Norman; Denis Smalley; Jo Thomas; Trevor Wishart; Pete Stollery … … Among many others. Very Interesting Event. Two days of debating Identities, histories, inclusiveness and lack of diversity in the Electro Acoustic community. The highlight was the performance by Jo Thomas, she was inspiring and gave us some much needed emotion. This was a … Continue reading EMAS – 40th Anniversary Celebration (Electroacoustic Music Association of GB) Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain: Past/Present/Future

William Kentridge: The Head & the Load

Tate Modern joins forces with 14–18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the First World War centenary, to commemorate the significant contribution of African men and women in this conflict The world premiere of this major new work is performed against the dramatic backdrop of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. William Kentridge’s latest project combines music, dance, … Continue reading William Kentridge: The Head & the Load

Deptford X Festival 2018 : Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green The Crypt at St Nicholas' Church, Deptford Green, SE8 3DQ instagram.com/edwinhind Sound artist Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of improvised in-situ works. Each performance is inspired by the acousmatic concept, draws from Hind’s archive of recorded urban and rural sounds, and … Continue reading Deptford X Festival 2018 : Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

The Pop: Breaking Bread & Frozen Dinner, Soundscape by Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

Breaking Bread: SONIC FEAST, 19 April 2108 Hosted by The Pop and Ace Hotel London Shoreditch Breaking Bread/Concrete and GreenSonic Feast/Concrete and Green Frozen Dinner: CHANGING STATES, 16 November 2107 A dinner intertwining arctic sound and flavours created by Food Artist and Anthropologist Caroline Hobkinson, specially composed soundscape by Sound Artist Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green. https://www.instagram.com/p/BbkguxoFQ9m/ Frozen … Continue reading The Pop: Breaking Bread & Frozen Dinner, Soundscape by Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

DEPTFORD X FRINGE 2017

Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green The Crypt at St Nicholas' Church, Deptford Green, SE8 3DQ Sound artist Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of improvised in-situ works. Each performance is inspired by the acousmatic concept, draws from Hind’s archive of recorded urban and rural sounds, and takes … Continue reading DEPTFORD X FRINGE 2017

Moog Sound Lab UK – ICA

#MoogSoundLabUK #FayMilton #AyseHassan#Savages #MartinDubka — at ICA. LSFF team up with Moog Sound Lab UK to host a live performance from Fay Milton and Ayse Hassan (Savages) and joined by London producer and modular synth genius Martin Dubka (Circle Sky) to experiment with analogue sound-scaping, synthesis and effects.   16mm visual projections by David Leister … Continue reading Moog Sound Lab UK – ICA

Rocking Against Racism 1976-1982

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rocking-against-racism-1976-1982-tickets-29301528661?aff=efbnreg# Celebrating a movement of both Cultural and Political importance in the UK's history, Reminiscences of RAR - Rocking Against Racism 1976-1981 hears from a number of collaborators, rockers and fighters. The launch event will host talks, readings and, of course, music, not only looking back at the events of 40 years ago, but also … Continue reading Rocking Against Racism 1976-1982

Resonance Live at The Tank by Resonance FM

Live electronic music by Radionics Radio + Viewfound. Join Resonance FM for this special launch party for two CD releases and a live recording for broadcast. The venue, Silver Road, is an amazing converted water tank, a new arts and performance space for South London. Radionics Radio
 finds Resonance/Sound and Music“Embedded” composer Daniel Wilson joined … Continue reading Resonance Live at The Tank by Resonance FM

sound is sound is sound

https://www.facebook.com/events/1210439855674987/ TOMAGA > SCULPTURE > Graham Dunning's MECHANICAL TECHNO > Charles Hayward ZIGZAG+SWIRL > JJ Akinlade > Charles Bullen DJ > Sam Weaver & KHOM > SoundHoppers sound is sound is sound showcases and celebrates the curious mix of forward motion and DIY attitudes, the vanguard and the street, which has flourished in the SE … Continue reading sound is sound is sound

MULTI-STORY CHAMBER: Percussion works by LANG / APPLEBAUM / WENJING

https://billetto.co.uk/e/multi-story-chamber-percussion-works-by-lang-applebaum-wenjing-tickets-124270 As part of Multi-Story Orchestra's expanded chamber music series in the Hay Bale Auditorium, a mixture of some of the most exciting contemporary works for percussion ensemble will be presented, including American composer Mark Applebaum's absurdist piece Straitjacket, contemporary-Chinese composer Guo Wenjing's Drama for Three Pairs of Cymbals and Voices of Players, and David … Continue reading MULTI-STORY CHAMBER: Percussion works by LANG / APPLEBAUM / WENJING

Artist Catherine Yass suspends piano over BBC Television Centre as building prepares to B flats

  http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/turner-prize-nominee-catherine-yass-dangles-grand-piano-above-bbc-television-centre-a3298301.html Dangling: The piano at the Television Centre building site A Turner Prize nominee dangled a grand piano from a crane above Television Centre as part of a “final swansong” for the building. Catherine Yass was one of eight artists-in-residence who were asked to come up with work reflecting the history of the former … Continue reading Artist Catherine Yass suspends piano over BBC Television Centre as building prepares to B flats