Performing as part of Mark Wastell’s improvising group THE SEEN at Old Limehouse Town Hall, London on Sunday 25th January 2015 starting at 3pm.
Pleased to announce that my “TRACE” LP is now available to order via Harbinger Sound.
£12 + p&p. More info and orders via Steve Underwood ~ harbingersound (at) lineone .net
Available via Confront Recordings:
Jason Kahn & Phil Julian “Valentines”
(Confront Collectors Series ccs 35)
Recorded at Goldsmiths University of London by John Macedo, 14th February 2012.
“Valentines” documents the first duo meeting between Kahn and Julian, recorded during Kahn’s tour of the UK in 2012.
The initial idea was to meet and hopefully generate audio material that could then be used later as the basis for a composition. It seemed apparent that the three improvised pieces that makes up “Valentines” stood up well on their own merits without the need for further embellishment.
The session was recorded by John Macedo, who also conducted an interview with the pair about their approaches to recording and performing. A link to this is included on a card insert with the release.
Jason Kahn – Analogue modular synthesiser, mixing board, radio
Phil Julian – Analogue modular synthesiser, computer
No overdubs, edited for length only.
Available via The Tapeworm!
Dale Cornish & Phil Julian – “Two Warhol’s Worth”
Cassette only – limited edition of 150 copies
Buy in the TouchShop
Composed and performed by Dale Cornish and Phil Julian.
Dale Cornish – words, vocals, additional music on A2 and B1.
Phil Julian – electronics
Illustration – Stefan Fähler
A piece for the Sound and Music Sampler blog about the Francis Chagrin Award…
Wednesday, 10th December 2014
Power Lunches Arts Cafe
446 Kingsland Road
London E8 4AE
Phil Julian & John Macedo
Lee Fraser & Erik Nyström
Paul Watson & Duncan Harrison
8pm | £6
Philip Marshall and Heitor Alvelos talk to Frances Morgan on The Wire magazine’s Resonance FM show “Adventures in Sound and Music”, broadcast on 18/09/2014:
“Tracks by Sharon Gal, Andrew Poppy, Phil Julian and Dale Cornish, BJ Nilsen, Burning Tree and others.”
Tuesday 14 October 2014
OTO PROJECT SPACE
Door Times : 6pm
Tickets : £6 / £10 includes copy of “Valentines” CD (on the door only)
A Confront Recordings launch event for the Jason Kahn & Phil Julian collaboration CD “Valentines”.
The pair will perform as a duo and then as part of Mark Wastell’s improvising group THE SEEN.
Jason Kahn & Phil Julian (duo)
Phil Julian / electronics
Jason Kahn / electronics
Phil Durrant / violin
Angharad Davies / violin
Mark Wastell / violoncello
Olie Brice / double bass
Dominic Lash / double bass
Graham MacKeachan / double bass
More info here.