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
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.
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.
“Spools Out” podcast #78 by Tristan Bath features the Cheapmachines/Dieter Müh split tape:
spools-out.com/2016/11/07/spools-out-radio-78-blurred-out-walls/ or via iTunes.
Ed Pinsent at The Sound Projector reviews the “Bind” CD:
Joe Murray at Radio Free Midwich reviews the “Laughing Out” 7″ here.
Phil Julian & John Macedo – Bind
Recorded at various locations in South East London, 2013-16.
HR12 [Hideous Replica]
CD edition of 100, 2016
Recorded live at Cafe OTO [30.11.15]
Program repeats on both sides
WC12 [‘Wasted Capital Since 2013’]
C58 edition of 25, 2016
Review by Paul Margree here.
Review at Vital Weekly here.
Saturday 28 February, 14:00
Studio A2, Primary, 33 Seely Road, NG7 1NU Nottingham
2-11pm – £3 on the door
Reactor Halls E14: Cables:
“A cable is more than a mere length of wire. It is a trail to be followed, tracing a line between two points, or a meshwork of interwoven threads. Rammel Club will present installations, workshops and performances that explore the electronic aspects of auditory arts and collaborative improvisation. With: A.N.T. Attack, [D-C], Dale Cornish, Experimental Sonic Machines, Ian Watson, Marlo Eggplant, Melanie O’Dubshlaine, Mortar Fiskeren, Murray Royston-Ward, Phantom Chips, Phil Julian, and Trans/Human.”
* Review of the event by Marlo De Lara and Benjamin Hallat at Radio Free Midwich.
Review by Paul Margree of some recent releases including Atlas and the duo recordings with Jason Kahn on and Dale Cornish:
Harbinger Soundclash Vol II
15/11/2014 @ De Kreun, Kortrijk, Belgium:
The Urinals (USA)
Sleaford Mods (UK)
Storm Bugs (UK)
Junko (HIJOKADAN) (JP)
Mark Durgan & Phil Julian (UK)
The Lowest Form (UK)
Cremation Lily (UK)
Spoils And Relics (UK)
Vortex Campaign (UK)
The Parabelles (UK)
Alice Kemp (UK)
Mark Wynn (UK)
+ More TBC
Joke Lanz (Sudden Infant)
Danny Gromfin (LAFMS)
Johan Loones (Kraak)
Doors 15:00 – First Band 15:30
Tickets And Info:
10 Euro (members) / 13 Euro presale / 16 Euro at the door
Eyewitness account by Steve Cammack here.
18th August 2014 @ Cafe OTO
Door Times : 8pm
Tickets : £7 adv, £9 on the door
“Debut London performances from three new ensembles spanning the full range of acoustic-electronic performance and comprised of some of the most exciting musicians currently working in the capital.”
Dominic Lash / Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga / Phil Julian (trio) + Ute Kanngiesser / Clive Bell / Jennifer Allum (trio) + Stephen Cornford / Dan Bennett (duo)
More info/tickets here.
* Review of this event by Paul Margree here.
Photo by Lasse Marhaug
Review and .flac download of the the UK premiere of Maja Ratkje’s “Crepuscular Hour“.
“Performed at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2012, the singers came from the combined chamber choirs of the University of Huddersfield and the RNCM, the noise musicians were Antoine Chessex, Mark Durgan, Phil Julian, Lasse Marhaug, Hild Sofie Tafjord & Stian Westerhus, Nils Henrik Asheim was at the helm of the organ, and they were all conducted by James Weeks.”