S.O.I. Industries Presents:
27th February 2014
Radek is best known for his work in the galactically obsessed Spacef!ght ,who take slices of Bitches Brew and Space is the Place phonic adventuring and distill their more meditational moments into a head on collision with Autechreâ€™s polyrythmical drumspank.
Tonight, Radek will be making a rare solo live appearance, showcasing a sound that can veer anywhere between complex polyrhythmical beatmush to finely honed granular infrasound and synthesiser tweak. For fans of Touch, Mego, Warp and any open minded farfield space-jazz heads.
Ben Eyesâ€™ long running electronica/post rock/experimental freight train continues apace. Over the years Quip has gifted us Fennesz style meadows of bucolic guitar wash, Boards of Canada inspired analogue synthesiser dystopias, Cylobian electro from vintage boxes, introspective electronic post-rock to pristine glitch electronica.
With such a rich backstash of styles at his disposal any one of the many faces of Quip could make a showing tonight.
Still bemused and more than slightly confused, LS6â€²s least favourite son of digital melancholy continues to pilot an aural vessel of disrepair through the backwaters of rock nâ€™ roll, having derailed the fortunes of many a musical project along the way, either through shady drumming, questionable studio engineering or transit-damaged electronics in bands too numerous to mention.
Nevertheless, those who do brave the early slot will be treated to a heart warming take on laptop electronica that is in turns, a little sad, a little bit uplifting and mostly, quite a bit wonky.
Proving that exiles from slam-poetry can make that tricky transition into the world of hip-hop, Mr Daniel Hearn takes a dash of Sage Francis and a soupecon of Scroobius Pip and weaves these influences into a unique rhyming flow under the name of Danopposite. Backed by production that takes in influences as diverse as Flying Lotus, Jay Dee and OddFuture, Danâ€™s debut show should be a tasty prospect.
You must be a member or guest of a member to attend. Joining costs Â£1. SeeÂ http://www.wharfchambers.org