Live audio recording and performance video of Maja S. K. Ratkje’s composition “Crepuscular Hour” released by Rune Grammofon.
Available as 2LP+CD+DVD/CD+DVD sets from Rune Grammofon, Boomkat etc.
Live performance at Town Hall, Huddersfield 20th November 10pm
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2012
Performed by The 24, RNCM Chamber Choir, University of Huddersfield Chamber Choir, Stian Westerhus, Hild Sofie Tafjord, Phil Julian, Mark Durgan, Antoine Chessex, Lasse Marhaug and Nils Henrik Asheim.
Conducted by James Weeks.
Cheapmachines “Diagrammene” Entr’acte E18 (2005)
Photography by GMA
Archive recording of a solo performance at Raum18, Berlin, 19/08/2009.
Stereo room recording to DAT, quality variable, microphone distortion throughout due to high SPL.
7 x tracks recorded using a solo Blippoo Box, a musical instrument / sound generator designed and built by Rob Hordijk whose internal operations are based on the principles of chaos theory.
New 85 track compilation available via the Linear Obsessional label here.
Phil Julian's contribution to CONTROL, and interactive installation at Café Oto September 2015.
Archive of other contributions: vimeo.com/user3122604/videos
30th November 2015
Live duo with John Macedo supporting Anthony Child (Surgeon) and Ali Wade’s A/V performance.
Excerpt of Mark Durgan, Phil Julian, John Macedo, John Wall with Jacques Beloeil on live mixing shot at Hideous Porta 13 at Apiary Studios in London, 20th September 2014.
Photos and short video clips from a recent recording session at Ina-GRM using the Coupigny Modular Synthesiser, Publison KB 2000 & DHM 89 B 2 Stereo Digital Audio Computer:
Contributed to Tom Mudd’s CONTROL installation, 9th – 13th September at Café OTO.
“CONTROL is an interactive installation exploring the relationships between artists, music, and musical artifacts. It attempts to call attention to the role that the musical artifacts play in developing musical ideas. A single dial is connected to a single speaker, but the relationship between the two is not fixed; it flits between a range of possibilities composed by a diverse range of artists. Visitors are invited to use the dial to make sounds, and to thus explore the links between their actions, the limits of the dial, and the musical ideas embedded in the software by the artists.”
“To coincide with the start of the CONTROL installation in the Project Space here’s a fantastic line-up of artists pushing at the edges of current electronic music practice. As well as performing, all the artists will be in conversation with Christopher Haworth, and the CONTROL installation will be open to view.”