verznights #005

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Tom White & Kieron Piercy (duo)

Lucia H Chung
Chung will be continuing exploring her interests in noise generated via feedback on digital and analog equipment, and her role as a ‘mediator-performer’ in the multifaceted relationship between the sonic events incurring within the self-regulated system.

boneshaker (2015) – film by Mark Lyken & Emma Dove
An impressionistic journey through Dumfries and Galloway voiced by those who call it home.
Commissioned by The Stove Network
Supported by Creative Scotland and Dumfries & Galloway Council

1st February 2019
Hundred Years Gallery, London E8 8JD
7.30pm, £5
Overground: Hoxton
Bus: 67, 149, 242, 243, 394

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verzcast #006 – with John Macedo

This month on verzcast, I am joined by sound artist and filmmaker John Macedo, discussing live electronic performance, quiet, and analogue synthesis. Plus, a mix of field recordings and musique concréte. Tune in to Resonance Extra (DAB Brighton & Hove, online everywhere) on October 1st at 6.30pm GMT

Tracklist
C. Reider – tape loops (2015)
Billy Gomberg – 8.41 (2017)
Lucia H Chung – R (2011)
Embla Quickbeam – Sand (2017)
Giovanni Lami – Hysteresis III (2017)
Chris Lynn – A Factory Close to the Yangtze River (2015)
John Macedo & Phil Julian – Once More, With Feeling (2016)
John Macedo – The Intimate Sound System (2014)
John Macedo – Live at verznights 003 (2017)
John Macedo – Clinical White (2010)

verznights #003 – 2nd September

verz imprint returns to Hundred Years Gallery for edition #003 of verznights, presenting music and sound art works across the space, and the street outside.

Two duos and a solo:
Eleanor Cully & Phil Maguire
John Macedo
Rie Nakajima & David Bloor

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Eleanor Cully & Phil Maguire
Performing as a duo for the first time, Maguire & Cully present a collage of instrumental, enrivonmental, and found sounds from cassettes

John Macedo
Live electronics


Rie Nakajima & David Bloor
Performing as a duo for the first time, Nakajima & Bloor bring their enchanting practices with objects & electronics to the outside space of the gallery. Crepuscular improvised sound art


VI005 – Ben Zucker – ‘o ur gab’

Ben Zucker’s new album o ur gab is available now. Drawing upon experience as a choral and improvisational singer, o ur gab is less a solo vocal album than an album of mouth music.
At the center of o ur gab is neither/n/nor/n, an un-spoken word piece drawing upon texts related to linguistic meaning only to remove all such content. First premiered as part of the Weisslich concert series in London, and presented in a studio multitrack here, the piece renders texts by Roland Barthes and Kenneth Goldsmith as wispy chorales of unvoiced consonants. Surrounding it are a pair of extended works made of multitracked and rearranged improvisations.

http://www.benzuckersounds.com/