Nottingham collective who simply claim to be Ĺfilling the deadly silencesĺ. Disrupting all state infrastructure with music from an unknown temporality. Urgent music for uncertain times.
harmergeddon [light becomes sound]
Empowered electronics, kinetic pulse, drifting texture, undulating drone, amber cloud,
alternating current, corrosive rain, dots behind the eyes, light becomes sound, rebuilt from
the ground up with whatever comes to hand.
Harmergeddon is Nathan Greywater and Polyphoniefae, Dungeness based a/v
performance art duo formed in South London in the autumn of 2010. Their live show
blends sound and light in a feedback loop using photophonics (sound carried on light
beams), electro magnetic fields and consumer electronic junk, taking Industrial from its
scrap metal past to the electronic fallout of late capitalism, the result verges on sensory
Their debut album HEAT LIGHTNING was recorded as sound and video simultaneously,
often using single takes to keep the live energy. These raw materials feed into DIY
software and electronic devices with a basis in improvisation and psychedelia. Squint your
ears to hear shades of Musique ConcrÚte, Jazz and Punk between the cracks of
thunderous noise. In the last decade they have performed internationally in diverse venues
including a cave, a forest, a moving train and a minesweeper boat, they recently supported
This Is Not This Heat on their final European shows at The Albany, Deptford.
Labels: Industrial Coast, Generation Loss Records
bywater & creek soundsmiths [sonic experiments]
Improvising duo of Chris Bywater and Jez Creek, this will be
their second performance. Anything can happen and it probably will!
It certainly did at the last one!!
Bywater, is the Bradford based co-leader of Aquarius Records
favourite genre defying group Orchestra Of The Upper Atmosphere.
Chris also works as part of Bradford Scratch Orchestra, Juxtavoices
antichoir and other projects include Uncommons #3 at Cliffe Castle
Museum and appearing as a guest of The Old Police House Collective
performing a live soundtrack to Fritz Lang's Metropolis at Newcastle
Creek is the organiser of COS, who performs solo as Modulator ESP,
he is an adventurer in sound, he produces improvised experimental
soundscapes, using synthesizers, sampling, sequencing, looping and
processing to create strange worlds of sound somewhere between
ambient, berlin school, drone, space music and noise.