“Mark Wastell has been organising larger formations of musicians, collectively known as THE SEEN, for over 10 years. Using predominantly improvised material with occasional instructions or themes distributed to individual musicians just prior to performance. No formation has ever been repeated, THE SEEN never stays static.”

Each disc contains an entire concert given by THE SEEN spanning the years 2005 to 2009.

Five CD box set in DVD size metal tin with PVC jacket.

​***VERY LIMITED EDITION // 100 COPIES ONLY***

​Five factory pressed CDs​
Five postcard inserts
Individually numbered

Liner notes from Brian Olewnick, Michael Rosenstein, Spencer Grady, Paul Margree and Andrea Dellapiana.

Order from Confront Recordings here.

Monday 9 October 2017, 7.30pm

Cafe OTO
18–22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL

£10 / £8 advance / £6 members

Confront Recordings presents:

Jason Kahn // voice
Christian Wolfarth // percussion
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Phil Julian // electronics
Mark Wastell // amplified tam tam
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Georg Graewe // piano
Mark Sanders // drums

“Phil and Mark have worked together on a number of occasions since 2009 but always within the boundaries of Wastell’s electro/acoustic large group THE SEEN. This concert marks their first intimate setting and will focus on the blending of amplified signals from electronics and tam tam.”

cafeoto.co.uk/events/jason-kahn-christian-wolfarth/

A Can of Worms – IKLECTIK Art Lab, 29 September 2017

TTW#100 is A Can of Worms. On 29 September 2017 The Tapeworm celebrates its centennial edition with a concert, a cassette and apparel.

A Can of Worms – a concert
“One More Night” – in performance: Dale Cornish and Phil Julian, Simon Fisher Turner, Howlround, Marta De Pascalis, Laura Agnusdei, rough music and Parker

IKLECTIK Art Lab
Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane
London SE1 7LG

(corner of Royal Street, next to Archbishop’s Park)

Doors: 20h00
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£10: includes the A Can of Worms C120 mixtape.

Saturday 19th August 2017
5:30pm | £5 Suggested Donation.

V22 Louise House
Dartmouth Road, London SE23 3HZ

Seventh edition of on-going platform for artists presenting work in progress performances, as part of V22’s Summer Club programme.

The performance for “Apologies In Advance” will be a piece for live electronics and electric guitar.

MATTERLURGY (HELENA HUNTER & MARK PETER WRIGHT) + PHIL JULIAN + JAMES TORRANCE

v22collection.com/events/sound/apologies-advance/
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Sunday 6 August 2017

Cafe OTO Project Space
18–22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL

6.30pm / FREE EVENT

Ken Friedman – Homage to Mike Mckinlay / Unfinished Symphony [1968]
Emmet Williams – In Unison [1962]
Robert Bozzi – In Memoriam to George Maciunas #2 [1966]

The third event in a series of bi monthly realisations of artist scores. Luciano Maggiore and Louie Rice will be joined by Phil Julian and David Stearn for a sequence of 1960’s fluxus scores for multiple performers.

cafeoto.co.uk/events/nopa-3/

Wednesday 28th June 2017

Cafe OTO Project Space
18–22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL

7:30pm / £7 on the door (£5 members)

First in a new series of events organised by John Macedo, SOLO:DUO:TRIO is a monthly night of improvised performances bringing together a wide variety of musicians and artists. Each show features a solo, a duo, and a trio performance where performers are invited to present something new or play with a person they haven’t played with before in an intimate and open environment.

SOLO: Douglas Benford
DUO: Andie Brown & Oliver Barrett
TRIO: John Butcher, Ute Kanngiesser & Phil Julian

cafeoto.co.uk/events/solo-duo-trio-1/


 
A compilation featuring tracks by Steven Andrew Flato, Darius Ciuta, @c, Kurt Liedwart, Dave Phillips,
Jin Sangtae, Gabi Losoncy, Carlos Santos, Angélica Castelló, Isabelle Duthoit, Phil Julian, MKM,
Gerard Lebik, Billy Roisz, Simon Whetham, Jeph Jerman, Billy Gomberg, Kurvenschreiber,
Vanessa Rossetto, Jacob Wick, Kai Niggemann, Mads Emil Nielsen, Yui Onodera,
Mathieu Ruhlmann, Nicola Ratti, Dmytro Nikolaienko, SEC_, Vlad Dobrovolski, Stephen Vitiello,
Robert Piotrowicz & Juanjose Rivas.

The last release on Mikroton Digital sublabel.

mikroton.net/recordings/index.php/mikroton-digital/md-20/

Resonance Extra recently broadcast two shows documenting the 2015/2016 “Sounding The Great Hall” events at Goldsmiths University.

The first show features excerpts from Reloc (Martin J Thompson and Lucia H Chung), Georgia Rodgers, Sarah Angliss, Ain Bailey & Shenece Liburd, Tristan Clutterbuck, Pawel Dziadur, Sandra Ka, Tom Mudd and La Leif (Francine Perry):

The second features Jack Goodwin, Charles Celeste Hutchins, Steph Horak & Tom Richards, Ben Harper, Ingrid Munk Plum, Phil Julian, Visa Kuoppala, Ian Stonehouse, Grundik Kasyansky, Bill Thompson and Pouya Ehsaei: