Bacterium

The “Bacterium” compilation CD is now available from Adeptsound, featuring tracks by Cheapmachines, Column One, Dieter Müh, Josef Nadek and many more.

300 copies, full colour 4-side Digipak cover, 12-page full colour booklet and colour postcard.

Available for pre-order as of late August 2010 here.

Knowledge of The Hidden

A10Lab, noise=noise, and Barbican Lates present an evening of occult and paranormal arts.

Z’EV, TONESUCKER, RYAN JORDAN & DR. MICK GRIERSON, RAYMOND SALVATORE HARMON, PHILIP JULIAN, NICK LAMBERT, JONATHAN KEMP, JAMES ELPHICK, DISINFORMATION

Unlock Swedenborg’s Angel communicants with Jonathan Kemps ‘Angelic Helmet';

Experience Rorschach Audio through Disinformtion;

Witness EVP experiments with Philip Julian;

Hallucinate and have your brain waves read by Ryan Jordan and Mick Grierson;

Ritual cinematic experiences from Raymond Salvatore Harmon, first screening of Z’EV’s EyEar Event #1;

Revisit the Dreamachines by James Elphick;

Journey through the past 4000 years of human culture with Nick Lamberts’ Oculus;

And psycho-navigate yourselves through Tonesuckers hypnotically constructed performances.

This event is FREE!

@
Barbican Centre
http://www.barbican.org.uk/lates/
6pm — until Midnight

Facebook event page here.

Cheapmachines “Totem” ~ new 4 x 3″ CDR set available now from Banned Production

Recorded, mixed and mastered early 2010 in London by Phil Julian
(Analogue modular synthesiser, electronics, computers)

Sound clips and ordering info here ~ Discogs info here

Openlab

Open night is a night of performances where people can come along and try out their new open-source based creations in front of an audience.

Performances can be from 10-25min, they can be work in progress or finished pieces, or just anything you want to play in front of an audience – of course all the performances have to use at least some free/open-source software.

http://www.pawfal.org/openlab/

8pm-midnight:
The Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club (Free Entry)
42-44 Pollard Row
London
E2 6NB

Viva Negativa! A Tribute To The New Blockaders Vol I: UK

Available now from At War With False Noise.

Volume I in a series of UK / European / US and Japanese artists’ tributes to the pioneering UK Noise group The New Blockaders including exclusive tracks by: Nocturnal Emissions, Smell & Quim, Dieter Muh, Putrefier, srmeixner, Cheapmachines, Evil Moisture, Ashtray Navigations, Jazzfinger, Mutant Ape, Anomali, Halalchemists (incl. members of Skullflower, Culver, Snotnosed, Romance & Marzuraan)

This is the first in four unique albums of today’s most forward-thinking noise artists paying tribute to their masters. Expect further volumes across the globe in the coming months.

Mastered by Philip Julian. Artwork by Richard Rupenus (TNB)

500 copies, 12 page full-colour booklet.

Butchers Corner - New X

Spontaneous assemblage, DIY punk electronics, exploratory noise, hallucinogenic visions, sonic butchery

Thursday 29th April @ Butchers Corner, 302 New Cross Road, London

Nearest overground — New Cross Gate — 7/8pm ish start

HYLICS
CHEAPMACHINES
J.M. BOWERS
DJ TENDRAW
THE ABOMINABLE MR. TINKLER
JOHN WALL
OPAEAN & CARACOIS VOADORES
TORTULA
JOEL CAHEN
CHARLES CELESTE-HUTCHINS
ZLATKO BARACSKAI
AMPERSAND

Facebook events page here.

Paranormal Noise

NOISE=NOISE and A10Lab host an evening of live paranormal noise performance.
Sunday 25th April, 4pm – 11pm
Area 10 Project Space, Eagle Wharf, Peckham Hill Street, London SE15 5JT

Area10 Project Space is the White building behind Peckham library
Buses 12, 36, 37, 63, 78, 436, 345, 177, 312, 343 Train: Peckham Rye Station

William Blake claimed to have seen the Prophet Ezekiel under a bush and visions of “a tree filled with angels, bright angelic wings bespangling every bough like stars” in Peckham Rye.

Facebook events page here.

The Seen

The Seen: Edited extract from a concert recording at Cafe Oto, 26/06/2009

The Seen: Paul Abbott (electronics), John Butcher (saxophones), Matt Davis (trumpet), Jane Dickson (piano & electronics), Benedict Drew (electronics), Phil Durrant (electronics), Phil Julian (electronics), Dominic Lash (bass), Jonathan McHugh (electronics), Ben Owen (electronics), Mark Wastell (tam-tam)

http://anothertimbre.com/page61.html

Recorded by Simon Reynell, available via Another Timbre.

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