Louis Sterling will have his debut record ‘Adisceda’ released on David August’s 99CHANTS label on April 12th.
‘Adisceda’ takes the form of an act of remembrance, and all the joy and sorrow that can bring. Gloriously deep ambient electro-acoustics that you can get lost in.
Listen to the track ‘The Black Gate to Utopia’:
Listen to Olivia Louvel performing a live set at Resonance FM’s “Hello Goodbye Show” presented by deXter Bentley, aired on Saturday 16th March 2019.
Lunatraktors – Black Raven
Rip, Rig & Panic – The Blue Blue Third
Mark Springer – Teatro Castagnoli di Scansano II
Olivia Louvel – Langside 1568 (LIVE SESSION)
Olivia Louvel – Deploy (LIVE SESSION)
Olivia Louvel – The Veil (LIVE SESSION)
Olivia Louvel – Battlefront (LIVE SESSION)
Olivia Louvel – February 8th 1587 (LIVE SESSION)
Olivia Louvel – ‘interview’
Agathe Max – Rêves Perdus
Misha Gray’s Prehistoric Jazz Quintet – Colossus Of Rhodes
The Comet Is Coming – Summon The Fire
Map 71 – Gyrate Formidable Receptors
Robert Sotelo – Bronte Paths
Hygiene – Holloway Road
ILL – Bus Shelter
Presented by deXter Bentley
Live sound engineers: Julian Sander, Nick Cron, Girish Rambaran & Pip McKenzie
Casa Creativa ‘The Lifestyle Hub’
University of Brighton final year Fashion Comms student, Amber Whitaker, is creating a unique hub to showcase the talents of student here at Grand Parade.
This includes students from DMSA who have created the hub’s playlist, featuring work the course’s ID Spectral label and also Louis and Jamie arranging to play live.
Good luck to Amber and all involved!
As part of the International Women’s Day 2019 campaign to #BalanceforBetter, Sound and Music showcase the profiles of 31 composers and their unique contributions to composition in the UK. Alumni Akiko Haruna and Guoda Dirzyte, current student Jade Gunner and DMSA Course Leader Dr Maria Papadomanolaki are profiled in the showcase that is part of the online archive of British Music Collection.
British Music Collection provides unparalleled access to the modern history of composition in the UK. Established in 1967 as a means for contemporary composers to deposit scores and recordings for performers to access, it now consists of almost 70,000 works and recordings from over 3000 20th and 21st century composers and sound artists.
The value in the collection is undeniable – providing access to over 50 years of contemporary composition – but it’s not without fault. The underrepresentation of female composers, or those who identify as female, across the original collection is stark, and a reminder of the progress that has been made, and must continue to happen, in and across new music.
Much of the British Music Collection now exists here online, and this provides a great opportunity to readdress this imbalance and the original aim of the collection: providing access to the work of contemporary composers.
Rdyer is interested in junk, outdated technology and recycling, using a loop pedal, musical saw, saxophone, and site-specific recordings to create performance art and pop songs.
Date: 20 March 2019
Presented as part of Wednesdays at Phoenix: Sounds
Sit with a drink in hand as you listen to the words of artists read by accomplished performers. Curated by Phoenix Artist Joseph Young
An evening of experimental sound with demonstrations by local artists.”