Lick a Battery,
An evening of electronic listening music.
Three live performances + DJ.
This event is the launch of a limited edition cassette tape by Pandemonium Trio.
Improvisation. All frequencies.
Psych Folk (Old Meets New)
Lick a Battery
Saturday 26 October. Doors 8pm. Tickets £7/5. BYOB. No Glass.
JD ZAZIE is an experimental DJ, avant-turntablist and sound artist living between Berlin and Bolzano.
Free event spanning the Friday and Saturday of the Oscillations and Modulations festival, from 1-5.30pm.
Friday Lineup and Times
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM > Subfusc is a live improvisation performance with drums, modular synths and contact mics
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM > BJC with a DIY Instrument demo and live improvisation.
Launch for new TONEBURST release.
‘bjc – Drone & Drama v2 Studies v1′.
Limited edition box set containing cassette tape & Sine Instrument.
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM > This is where anything can happen. The table is yours (soundsystem and mixing desk provided = open jack?)
Pandemonium Trio is a new group based at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC), dedicated to bring audiences the finest in folktronic audio and cybernetic signals, vibrating together in heart-warming 12V ballads, oscillating between the sacred and the profane.
Sound art collective UMBRELLA channels yuletide spirit and presents ‘String Lights & Umbrellas’. This concert, part UMBRELLA and part special guests, will introduce an eclectic collection of works of improvisation, vocal performance, DIY electronics and live processing sound performance. Happily coincided to take place on the opening evening of Lawrence Street Workshops’ annual show ‘Artifice 9‘, you can be guaranteed a feast for the eyes and ears, and more!
- Jon Collin (guitar)
- Conor McAuley + Kevin McCullagh (drum kit, violin, live electronics)
- Aidan Deery (field recordings)
- Barry Cullen (DIY electronic instruments)
- John D’Arcy + Una Lee (vocals)
Doors 8pm, Saturday 8th December 2018
Lawrence Street Workshops
Suggested donation £5