The One Day Band sessions are an ongoing series of improvisations hosted by Trestle Records.
Musicians, sometimes meeting for the first time, are invited to collaborate on a record made in a single day. The idea is to create a supportive studio environment to facilitate the production of new spontaneous music.
Jennifer Allum – Violin
Douglas Benford – Objects
Harry Broadbent – Rhodes
Bertrand Denzler – Tenor Sax
Phil Durrant – Modular Synth
Phil Julian – Electronics
Dominic Lash – Double Bass
Stewart Lee – Text
Graham McKeachan – Double Bass
Mark Wastell – Tam Tam & Harmonium
Two new releases by Graham Dunning and Colin Webster on Fractal Meat Cuts.
“Most of What Follows is True, remixes” features my version of the track “How Much of the World is True?”
New solo album from saxophonist Colin Webster “vs Tape Loops” features some vintage
Cheapmachines-era cassette tape loops being reworked / replayed / improvised with / against…
CON010 Various Artists – ‘Misapplications’
19 tracks from Conditional Recs incl. Phil Julian, Calum Gunn, Tom Mudd, Renick Bell, Daniel M Karlsson, Ewa Justka and more – shop.conditional.club/album/misapplications
Releases September 5, 2017
Semi-improvised piece for guitar and electronics written for Tom White’s series of live events
“Apologies In Advance”.
Originally performed 19/08/2017 at V22 Louise House, London.
This version recorded 21/08/2017 in London.
Thanks to Tom & all at V22.
“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
Liner notes from Brian Olewnick, Michael Rosenstein, Spencer Grady, Paul Margree and Andrea Dellapiana.
Order from Confront Recordings here.
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)
Download flyer [.pdf]
A Can of Worms on Facebook
A Can of Worms at Resident Advisor
£10: includes the A Can of Worms C120 mixtape.
Fifteen tracks, five sets of interrelated pattern based / sequencer derived recordings.
Limited edition cassette + digital.
Pre-order available now via Conditional Recordings, mailing around 19th May 2017.
Art by Renick Bell
Review by Paul Margree
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.
Available for download from the Cafe OTO OTOROKU digital archive!
Dale Cornish / vocals
Phil Julian / electronics
1. Role (0:00-3:11)
2. Exhibition (3:11-5:43)
3. Chairs (5:43-9:33)
4. Language Is A Nuisance (9:33-12:33)
5. Part Human (12:33-16:14)
6. Chip Shop (16:14-19:45)
7. Laughing Out (19:45-end)
(Download comes as one uninterrupted set of 23:15)
Recorded live at Cafe OTO on Monday 6th of February 2017 by Shaun Crook. Mixed by James Dunn and mastered by Phil Julian.
Get it here: cafeoto.co.uk/shop/dale-cornish-phil-julian-6217/
Streaming excerpt at The Wire here.
Review by Paul Margree here.
Available for pre-order via Entr’acte
Release date: March 2017
1. Relay (6’43”)
2. Coherence I (3’08”)
3. Aperture* (5’06”)
4. Field (7’39”)
5. Coherence II (2’31”)
6. Tropic (11’46”)
Recorded and mixed 2014–16 in London except * (ventilation system field recordings, New York, 2012)
These recordings originated as multichannel pieces presented at events organised around Goldsmiths University, London, by Sandra Kazlauskaite and Tom Mudd during 2015. These have been reworked and reconstructed here for stereo.
All the recordings have their origins in repeating patterns or sequences which then drift over time or start to collapse entirely, either by design or by accident — e.g. poor quality or non- existent synchronisation between different devices, fluctuating or random/unstable voltages, human interference etc.
Edition of 150 copies
2xLP – £3.99
Available from record shops only.
Includes new, unreleased or scarce material from bands and artists that Harbinger Sound works with in some capacity.
Circuit Breaker, Sleaford Mods, Mark Wynn, The Urinals, John Paul, Consumer Electronics, Pain Jerk, Karies, Sudden Infant, The Lowest Form, Mark Durgan, Phil Julian etc. (HARBINGER000)
Pre-order available from Norman Records (due in on 24th March):
Harbinger Sound release info:
Review by Steve Cammack here.
NEW! Dale Cornish & Phil Julian “Laughing Out”, 7″ pop single out via The Tapeworm, August 12th!
3 x pop tracks, amazing cover portrait of another legendary double-act by Lukas Julius Keijser.
Pre-order from the Touch Shop.
“The Great Hall 15/06/2012”
(Analogue Modular Synthesiser)
Recorded by John Macedo at The Great Hall,
Goldsmiths University, London.
Live sound by Tom Mudd.
(Computer w/ppooll + BugBrand Board Weevil 2009)
Room recording, Fylkingen, Stockholm.
Live sound by Per Åhlund.